Video – Ivory Coast, Africa: From Protestantism to Orthodoxy

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Ivory Coast, Africa: From Protestantism to Orthodoxy

The sound of Divine Steps in Ivory Coast, Africa – Mass Baptism

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The sound of Divine Steps in Ivory Coast, Africa

Mass Baptism

Africa … «Faith possible, many wonders . ” We arrived ,” recounts Bishop Panteleimon of Ghana , “after 18 hours journey in the Ivory Coast and said : Now what? … And, when disappointed and we decided to return to Ghana , the phone rings . It was a group of people who for six years was looking the roots of Christianity upon research discoveries to Orthodoxy … their intentions are pure … I decided to baptize them… We went to see the lagoon , where the next day would be a baptism. Full trash (up to 2,5 m from the coast). That will take the oil ? Where are It will be the mystery ? Would like months to clean it up … In the evening windstorm broke… the next morning there was not a debris… after… Blessed with captured heartbreaking pain. I had to go to hospital… I kept… were the first Orthodox Christians”».

Source:

Greek book

Fr. John Kostof

The Sound of Divine Steps

St. John Damascene

Athens 2011

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SAINT JOHN OF DAMASCUS

Video – Congo, Africa: Nina & her mother – From Protestantism to Orthodoxy

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Congo, Africa: Nina & her mother

From Protestantism to Orthodoxy

Interview with Fr. Moses Berry, USA: “The Church belongs to everyone”

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Interview with Fr. Moses Berry, USA:

“The Church belongs to everyone”

Source:

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OCA – ORTHODOX CHURCH IN AMERICA

Fr. Moses Berry, an OCA priest ministering at Theotokos “Unexpected Joy” Orthodox Church in Ash Grove, Missouri, has an unusual story. In 1998, he moved with his family from St. Louis to his family’s farm in Ash Grove, near Springfield. Century Farm has been in the Berry family since 1872; on the property a cemetery dedicated to “Slaves, Paupers, and Native Americans” needed maintenance and oversight, and so Fr. Moses left a mission in the city to return to his rural boyhood home.

A small group of faithful collected around the new mission, Theotokos “Unexpected Joy.” The tiny cemetery chapel hosted the first services; in 2000 the mission was received into the Orthodox Church in America, and in 2003 parishioners erected a temple.

Fr. Moses travels widely to give talks on mission and also on local Afro-American history; folks who have met him elsewhere often stop by to worship when they pass through the Continue reading “Interview with Fr. Moses Berry, USA: “The Church belongs to everyone””