by Timothy Furnish Timothy Furnish holds a Ph.D. in Islamic, World and African history from Ohio State University and a M.A. in Theology from Concordia Seminary. He is a former U.S. Army Arabic linguist and, later, civilian consultant to U.S. Special Operations Command. He’s the author of books on the Middle East and Middle-earth, a […]
By Nickolas Barbin Childhood My journey is long, starting as a Roman Catholic, next becoming Southern Baptist, then a (non-denominational) Pentecostal, then Charismatic Evangelical, then Eastern Orthodox. Originally, I was raised, and baptized Roman Catholic in Louisiana. My parents divorced when I was a year or two old and my father immediately remarried. My father […]
by ReydaMusician A wonderful video testimony we came across on YouTube today! ?
by Sergei Mudrov It was easy to get from San Francisco to Berkeley, CA., by high-speed train. It took me half an hour to reach Ashby Station, from which St. John the Baptist’s Church is five minutes’ walk. Fr. Edward Henderson has served here for over six years—since autumn 2013, almost since his ordination. He made […]
by Jim Connolly A good man, when he finds a good thing, wants to share it. (Monk Arseniye) I was raised in a home that did not talk much about God and therefore I had very little exposure to the Christian faith. In 1974, when I was 18 years old and a senior in high […]