St. Luke of Simferopol (1877-1961)—at once a renowned surgeon and a bishop of the Orthodox Church —was a true father, shepherd and healer for the faithful through decades of Communist persecution behind the 'iron curtain'. His grace-filled skill as a surgeon, even in the worst conditions, brought healing to countless people wherever he was. Revered throughout the Ukraine and Russia, miracles still abound through his intercessions. He is especially called upon by those facing surgery.
Printed on glossy paper, pocket-sized, and user-friendly. Both cover and inner pages are in full color, including two icons of the saint.
This beautiful edition of the Psalter is based on the King James translation from the Hebrew text, but has been corrected against the Septuagint Greek text accepted by the Orthodox...
The doctrine of hell as a place of eternal punishment has never been easy for Christians to accept. The temptation to retreat from and reject the Church’s traditional teaching about...
An Orthodox priest with a doctorate in counseling, Fr. Webber helps us to understand addiction and explores ways to overcome it. He clearly and skillfully explains the Twelve Steps of...