Father Evagoras talks about the commonalities between Jairus the Rules, and the woman with the flow of blood for 12 years; their FAITH!

Christ as our Doctor

In the Gospel today, Christ shows his love for the woman of Nain by raising her son from the dead. He does this because he sees and understands her pain and sadness, without even a word. In the same way, Christ's compassion for us is manifest every day.

In today's contemplation, we delve into the timeless words of Luke 6:31-36, where Jesus instructs us: "Do to others as you would have them do to you." This profound teaching embodies the very essence of love and compassion. Christ beckons us to extend our kindness not solely to those who treat us well but to all, including those who may not reciprocate.

Making the Mundane...GLORIOUS!

In the most difficult times of our lives, we can use the examples of the spiritual people in our lives to see miracles that we never could have imagined!

Father Evagoras talks about the Gospel reading on the Sunday following the Holy Cross, where we as believers are called to "deny themselves, pick up their Cross and follow" Christ, and what that really means for us as Orthodox Christians in 2023.

For God So Loved the World...

I remember watching football games with my dad and seeing a guy hold up a sign saying "For God so Loved the World that he Gave His Only Begotten Son" and always wondering what that meant...