In "The Incarnational Church", we will explore how the Church impacts the World by first being impacted by the Holy Spirit. Join us in Part 3 as Fr. Michael continues a discussion on early Christian Worship, as seen in the "First Apology" of Justin Martyr, written in 155 A.D.
Fr. Lazarus St. Anthony, an anchorite and monk of the Monastery of St Anthony in Egypt, speaks to a group of pilgrims, sharing the personal testimony of his earlier life, coming to faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and his life as a monk.
In "The Incarnational Church", we will explore how the Church impacts the World by first being impacted by the Holy Spirit. Join us in Part 1 as Fr. Michael begins a discussion on the early Christian view of understanding, as seen in the Bible.
Each of us will feel a sense of lonliness in our lives. St. Paul, the great Apostle of the New Testament, even experienced a time of lonliness. If you have ever felt lonely or are experiencing lonliness right now, then this message is for you. Fr. Anthony discusses how we can cope with lonliness when it hits us and how God may be using it for our benefit.
We all surely know that we have certain weaknesses that affect us. One of those weaknesses is selfishness. Thankfully, God is not like us, He is perfect. However, He chose to share His own image with us. Listen to hear how the Lord shared all and was not concerned in giving of Himself. Do we respond in the same way to the One who so loved the world that He gave His only-begotten Son (John 3:16). Find out how to give more of yourself and what the meaning of true love is.
Fr. Tadros uses Ps. 119 to convey a powerful message to all believers on the importance of studying the Word of God. Sometimes it is easy to look at the Bible as just words in a book. Reading the Bible is not only about knowledge, but it is about a personal relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ. This sermon will focus on the depth and beauty of the Word as well as provide a few helpful hints about how to study the Word of God.