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Friday, January 28, 2005

A New Year and a New Web Site

Happy New Year!

In case any of my readers (I'm never sure if I should be making that plural)were wondering, I am still blogging, I've just been on a kind of sabbatical from this site. While away, I started an actual Web site, It will have lengthier articles on Orthodox subjects, especially prayer, missions, and saints. You are most welcome if you should choose to visit my new Web site.

Originally, I was going to have this blog be a place where I posted interesting tidbits relating to Orthodox prayers, missionaries, and saints. This will continue, but I will be adding a little commentary here and there.

This is not, of course, a personal blog where I tell you everything I've done today. Nor is it a proper forum for me to go on about my own thoughts.

Rather, my goal with both sites is to spread Orthodox appreciation to everyone, regardless of whether or not they are Orthodox Christians. The good news of Orthodoxy is for every human being, for the Gospel speaks first to the heart, and the message that Orthodox Christianity offers the world is that God is the Lover of humanity.

By sharing prayers, lives of saints, and works of missionaries with you (whoever you are), I hope that you will take to heart a greater knowledge of and appreciation for the Orthodox Church and Her life. Wherever you happen to be spiritually, ecumenically, geographically, I hope that you will find those things offered on these sites to be edifying and helpful.

God bless you for visiting.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Eric John,

I truly appreciated your witness in faith. Keep writing.


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