Many non-Christians believe that Jesus Christ was simply a great teacher, but Christians believe that He was far more than a mere human being. His death and resurrection radically changed the course of history. Christ’s love allows people to enter into a true and meaningful relationship with God The Father.
In this video from Saddleback Church’s YouTube channel, Pastor Buddy Owens offers some helpful advice about how to pray when you’re going through a time of turmoil and crisis and you feel like you don’t have a prayer. Turning to Psalm 77 as an example of how to pray when you’re going through a season • Read More »
Eastern-Orthodoxy observes the Feast Day of Saints Constantin and Helen every year on May 21st. Saint Constantine was born in 272, the son of Constantius Chlorus, ruler of the western part of the Roman Empire. His mother was St Helen. After his father death, in 306, St. Constantine was proclaimed successor to the throne. The • Read More »
Orthodox Easter in 2020 is on Sunday, April 19. In Orthodoxy, this day is called Pascha. While Pascha and the western Easter are both calculated using the same formula, the end dates often differ because they have different starting points. Orthodox Churches still use the Julian calendar as the starting point for the Pascha calculation. While the • Read More »