We can all learn from how Texans have responded following Hurricane Harvey.
3 weeks into my health challenge, I finally realized I had been compulsively lying to myself about the state of my health. My back, joints, and heart were hurting. My sleep was poor. My energy was way down. My ability to concentrate was the worst it had ever been. In a nutshell, things were not …
What exactly is “speaking in tongues”? Is the modern day phenomenon a renewal of what we find in the book of Acts and 1 Corinthians? If not, how do you describe it? Fr. Michael Sorial discusses all this and more in light of the Biblical account and early Christian witness.
Over the first 3 1/2 years of ministry of St. Anianus, we have seen God do remarkable things. He has healed countless people of sins that have kept them in bondage for years. He has brought a diverse group of people together to form a community focused on sharing the love of Christ with each other and …
Week 1 in our newest series FAMILY TREE, we discussed how Building Community Requires Commitment.
Pre-Link Discussion Questions
- What are the biggest challenges to building community at Church?
- Describe the most memorable moment in your life since the start of 2017.
The Easter message centered on the importance of how being back home – as with the return of the prodigal son – leads to a life of joy and gladness.
Orthodox Christian Pascha Week, a time that the Church walks with Christ through each step of His final days in the flesh, is a period of the year that many people experience spiritual renewal and revival. Christians throughout the world take leave from work, spend additional time in prayer and fasting, and go to Church …
In part 2 of HUNGRY FOR GOD, Fr. Michael explores the roots of the Biblical, early Christian understanding of Fasting, while looking at some of the reasons why people fasted.
Why should you bother fasting?
What are some of the negative consequences / benefits of seasonal fasting?
In part 1 of this new series entitled HUNGRY FOR GOD, Fr. Michael Sorial discusses the biblical understanding of fasting and what it our fasting says to God.
What is fasting?
Why did early Christians abstain from eating meat products? What does fasting communicate to God?
When God became Man, it was not with pomp or splendor, there were no grand ballrooms lined with celebrities or huge crowds gathered with parades. Instead our Lord was humbly born in a manger, because there was nowhere else that would accommodate Him. Join the Choir The optics were not the greatest and very few …