Christmas Cards from Revelation

Last year I made up these Christmas Cards based on a verse from the book of Revelation. Last year, I sold out of the ones I had made within hours. This year, we are offering them to those who support Journey To Orthodoxy. It’s my Revelation Christmas Card!¬†This is a reference to a sermon I […]

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