Thursday, May 06, 2010
Come Receive the Light Schedule of Programs for May 2010
Orthodox Christian Network
Come Receive the Light Radio Program
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Speaker: Dc. Irenaios Anderson
Topic: Prophet Job
On May 6th this year, we celebrate the feastday of the Prophet Job. Here to talk with us about this important Old Testament Saint is Deacon Irenaios Anderson from Saint Herman Theological Seminary in Kodiak, Alaska. Also joining us this week on CRTL is Dr. Stephen Muse, Director of Counselor Training & Clinical Services at the D.A. & Elizabeth Turner Ministry Resource Center in Columbus, GA. He'll be telling us about something he calls Post Traumatic Spiritual Disorder.
Speaker: Fr. Steven Ritter
Topic: Christ's Death, Resurrection & Ascent
This week on CRTL, we welcome Archpriest Steven Ritter from St. Mary of Egypt Orthodox Church in Roswell, Georgia, back to the show. Fr. Steven is the author of That Your Joy May be Full, and he's with us today to talk about Christ's Death, Resurrection and Ascent. Also joining us is Fr. Andrei Sommer, protopresbyter of the ROCOR Cathedral of Our Lady of the Sign in New York City, who will share with us about the recent visit of St. John Chysostom's relics to his parish.
Speaker: Mother Katherine Weston
Topic: Attachments and How They Affect Us
This week on CRTL, Mother Katherine Weston, one of the presenters at the International Orthodox Psychotherapy Conference taking place June 21-26, 2010 in Chicago, IL, talks with us today about attachment as the root of our deepest joys and sorrows. But first, we'll hear from Kenneth Kidd, the Annual Gifts Officer at our sister SCOBA agency, the Orthodox Christian Mission Center, tells us about one of their lesser-known programs: the AGAPE canister program.
Speaker: Dc. Triva Pavlov
Topic: Fr. Sebastian Dabovich
Our guest today is Deacon Triva Pavlov of St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church in Jackson - the first, and now oldest, Serbian Orthodox church in all of North America. He's here to tell us about Archimandrite Sebastian Dabovich who founded the Church and is called the Serbian Apostle to the Americas. Plus, we'll meet Fr. Matthew P. Binkewitz, Bereavement & Pastoral Care Coordinator at the Hospice of the Finger Lakes in Auburn, NY, and author of several books, including Spiritual Care Companion: Guidance as End-of-Life Approaches. He joins us today to talk about his upcoming presentation on grief at the International Orthodox Psychotherapy Conference.
Come Receive the Light, the only nationally syndicated Orthodox Christian radio broadcast, is a weekly program that features interviews with noted Orthodox Christian clergy, theologians, and lay leaders on theological, spiritual, pastoral, and modern social issues. Heard on the radio in more than 100 cities in the United States and the Bahamas, this unique weekly broadcast offers the ancient, Christ-centered message of Orthodox Christianity to the modern world. You can listen to past programs on demand and find many other online resources to deepen your faith at www.myocn.net.
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