DEFEATING SIN – Overcoming Our Passions and Changing Forever

Fr. Joseph:I wanted to both congratulate you and personally thank you for the book you wrote. There are countless truths in love ... thank God, throughout the book. However, the message, over and over, to come to one’s senses, confess, receive forgiveness, and struggle to repent is overwhelming. But, even more so ... there is but one choice: Obedience. True blessing lies not in passions but in learning to surrender even our God-Given desires over to Him. Finally, that Struggle is good ... keeps m … [Read more...]

Fun to ‘Cipher the BYE-Bee-El-Eee!

An Episcopal church invites a Jewish Rabbi, who also happens to be a homosexual, to help them better understand the Bible.With a bit of characterization and Jewish witticism, Rabbi Steven Greenberg made his point clear: You shouldn't use the Bible to pass judgment on others. Greenberg shared this belief during a sermon yesterday at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church on the campus of Ohio State University.Greenberg, who was raised in Bexley and is in Columbus for five days, is America's first openly … [Read more...]

Fr Josiah Trenham on “Defeating Sin”

DEFEATING SIN - Overcoming Our Passions and Changing Forever, like its author Fr Joseph Huneycutt, is a fantastic combination of Holy Orthodoxy and wit in 21st century clothing. I recommend it highly for those who seek a primer on how to deepen their own repentance.-- Archpriest Josiah Trenham, PhD, St Andrew Orthodox Church, Riverside, CaliforniaYou can order a signed copy of DEFEATING SIN through PayPal in the side margin (at left) or -- unsigned, multiple copies -- through the publisher at … [Read more...]

Daylight Saviour Time

An excerpt from this week's AFR Podcast, already in progress ...Our Lord, truly God and truly Man, chose the 12, the 70, and the many women disciples. He was visited in the Garden of Gethsemene and comforted by an Angel. Aided by Simon of Cyrene, He did not bear His Cross alone.No, our Lord does not appoint us to this work individually, but collectively. He gives us family, friends, co-workers -- in the Church.Let us, fishers of men, labour together for the increase of the Kingdom. When, at … [Read more...]