Category Archives: Orthodox Christianity

How I am bad at love…

I wrote the following a few years ago, and today, it’s a stronger truth about me and how I am bad at love than it was when I originally wrote it. Because I am bad at love and I’m running … Continue reading

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Doing What We’re Supposed To Do…

THIS POST IS FOR MY FELLOW ORTHODOX CHRISTIANS. Not that others can’t read it, but it really is for those who hold my spiritual values. As my practically perfect oldest son Samuel can attest, I truly believe that we Orthodox … Continue reading

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Why I loathe spiritual dilettantes (or part 2 of what I call myself)

So back to how I ended up in the Greek Orthodox Church. First, the semester is over and I can sleep in tomorrow and wow am I in a really odd head-space. Thrilled to be getting a break, filled with … Continue reading

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What I call myself (but not why…yet)

The why will come later. Because it may take a while for me to figure the words out. I am an Eastern Orthodox Christian. A bad Orthodox Christian (sometimes really bad), but still, an Orthodox Christian. I was not born … Continue reading

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