Our Life in Christ
Our Life In Christ brings you the orthodox Christian faith as recorded in Scripture, taught and practiced by the early Fathers of the Church, and preserved within the spiritual life of the Orthodox Christian Churches around the world.
Join program hosts Steven Robinson and Bill Gould for an hour of insightful discussion about Orthodox Christian faith and practice. We record the program in Steve’s basement lair, and distribute it here as a podcast, broadcast it on Ancient Faith Radio, and archive it on Our Life in Christ’s website.
For more information about Our Life in Christ, visit OurLifeinChrist.com.
At the Intersection of East and West
All across the globe, men and women are finding themselves at a crossroads of faith. Rooted in a desire to embrace the version of Christianity handed down by the Apostles, they have come face-to-face with Orthodoxy.
Deacon Michael understands that crossroads and is here to help. He is Chairman of Thomas Nelson Publishers, the largest Christian publishing company in the world. But he is also a Deacon in the Orthodox Church where he teaches a Sunday school class, designed for people “At the Intersection of East and West.” On this podcast, we present recordings of that class.
Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy
Discover how Orthodox Christianity and non-Orthodox doctrine differ and why it matters to your spiritual journey.
Ancient Faith Today
Ancient Faith Today is what Ancient Faith Radio and Orthodox Internet radio have been missing—a live inter-active conversation program. Now that void has been filled! Ancient Faith Today streams live, with call-ins from around the world, twice a month on Sunday nights at 5:00pm Pacific/7:00pm Central/8:00pm Eastern on Ancient Faith Radio Talk.
Approaching the Wardrobe:
Understanding the Journey Toward Orthodoxy
The purpose of this podcast is to help current Orthodox Christians understand people who are on the journey toward Orthodoxy and relate to them in an understanding manner. Host Jeff Wisniewski also seeks to help people on the journey toward Orthodoxy understand the struggles and desires that they themselves are experiencing.