Joining Fr. Barnabas Powell is Fr. Peter Jon Gillquist, Greg Gillquist, and Ginny Nieuwsma as they discuss the book dictated by Fr. Peter Gillquist of blessed memory just a couple of months before his repose. Memories of His Mercy was published in cooperation with the Gillquist family with help from editor Ginny Nieuwsma.
A children's book inspired by Fr. Stephen Freeman's son and written by Laura E. Wolfe and illustrated by Nicholas Malara, Sasha and the Dragon is new from Ancient Faith Publishing. Written for children struggling with fear but profound enough for adults with the same struggle.
It's the documentary film everyone is talking about - Becoming Truly Human. Fr. Barnabas talks with writer and director Dr. Nathan Jacobs about the making of the film and the fast paced rise of the "Nones" or religiously unaffiliated. You'll also hear about an outreach program operated by the Antiochian Archdiocese using the film to reach out to the "Nones."
What if faith was illegal? Fr. Barnabas and Georgia Briggs talk about her new thrilling novel "Icon." But first, a 15 minute interview with Alexei Krindatch talking about a free download of an Atlas of Orthodox Monasteries.
Fr. Barnabas opens the lines for listener questions and takes calls about "conjugal friendships", the end times, the seven deadly sins, and more. He also talks about the recent research on evangelism in the Orthodox Church commissioned by the Assembly of Bishops.
Fr. Barnabas welcomes Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick to talk about his revised and updated book Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy. They take calls including one from a Mormon and one from an African American Orthodox Christian looking for outreach to that community.