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“NOW IT occurred that while the people pressed upon Jesus to hear the message of God, He was standing by the Lake of Gennesaret (Sea of Galilee). And He saw two boats drawn up by the lake, but the fishermen had gone down from them and were washing their nets. And getting into one of […]

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I think there are three situations that can speak volumes about our faith. 1. When God allows something we don’t want. 2. Not having something we want. 3. Waiting…endless waiting. What do all these 3 things that can make us want to leave the Father’s house and never come back have in common? Pain. Sometimes […]

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“And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.” 1 Corinthians 13:13 It’s been an ‘eventful’ few months, when you befriend every type of pain and anguish, it seems like the most radical thing you can do is be hopeful. But what does hope really mean? We say it […]

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The world is a place of great beauty. There is pain, there is suffering and there is loss, and all work to isolate and make us feel defeated, maybe even alone. With my sister’s recent brain tumor diagnosis, I have known suffering and I have known defeat. I have been on a journey of learning […]

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And the cutting winds that blew violently, hushed. The roaring waves that crashed ferociously, silenced. The devastated earth that was shaken, became still. One season had come to an end… Let me tell you a simple tale of a man who endured unparalleled pain, and prevailed. Listen, as I share with you the story of […]

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This is a guest post by Paul Ghaly from Sydney, Australia. He is works with Asaph Tunes, which is a music service that aims to encourage young Orthodox Christian artists to write and sing new songs using contemporary music. Check out Asaph Tunes website and facebook page, for the new album “In His Image.” You can support their kickstarter campaign ending in a […]

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