The Four Pillars (Part Four)

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Everything we have in the life of the Church is part of God’s divine prescription for our healing that allows us to come into communion with Christ and to grow in our faith. In Part Four of the Four Pillars Retreat Series, we look at how daily spiritual practices ground and nourish our faith.

Previous Episodes

You can find full audio recordings of the “Four Pillars” retreat sessions on the St. Nicholas Orthodox Church web site. You’ll also find a link to Metropolitan Tikhon’s book, “Of What Life Do We Speak?” and its Study Guide.

The Four Pillars (Part Three)

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Sometimes, it’s hard to know God’s plan for us. But if we’re being truthful, even when his plan is clear, it can still be hard to process. Here are some thoughts on what to do when all we want to do is walk away.

Previous Episodes

You can find full audio recordings of the “Four Pillars” retreat sessions on the St. Nicholas Orthodox Church web site. You’ll also find a link to Metropolitan Tikhon’s book, “Of What Life Do We Speak?” and its Study Guide.

 

 

The Four Pillars (Part Two)

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In part two in a series on the “Four Pillars of Our Healing” we learn that it’s not only hard to sometimes see the forest for the trees, it is also hard to see the Tree for all the noise.  Sound cryptic? Listen on!

Here’s a link to part one of this series.

You can find full audio recordings of the “Four Pillars” retreat sessions on the St. Nicholas Orthodox Church web site. You’ll also find a link to Metropolitan Tikhon’s book, “Of What Life Do We Speak?” and its Study Guide.

 

The Four Pillars (Part One)

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In Part One in a series of episodes that look at the “Four Pillars of Our Spiritual Life,” we learn how the Christian Gospel broadens the scope of what we know as “my life.”

Here’s a link to part two of this series.

You can full find audio recordings of the “Four Pillars” retreat sessions on the St. Nicholas Orthodox Church web site. You’ll also find a link to Metropolitan Tikhon’s book, “Of What Life Do We Speak?” and its Study Guide.