Tag Archives: Unity

Reflecting on Day of Prayer

A blessed Lent to all! For those of who don’t know, my name is Thano Prokos. I’m the current Great Lakes Student Leader on the OCF Student Leadership Board, and I had privilege along with the awesome Nicholas Wacks to be one of your Day of Prayer coordinators this year. In the spirit of Great […]

Through Our Diversity, Strength

I think many people are attracted to Orthodoxy because of its outward, monolithic appearance. When you compare it to modern Protestantism, with its kaleidoscope of different denominations and theologies, our Church does indeed look impressively uniform. I can walk into any Orthodox Church and within a minute or two, know what’s going on—regardless of the […]

On Unity: Living in Spiritual Unity

This year’s OCF theme is Unity, centered around Psalm 132:1 (OSB), Behold, what is so good or so pleasant as for brothers to dwell together in unity. This week is part five of a six-part series centered around Orthodox perspectives on unity. The series will consist of reflections from student leaders and College Conference workshop speakers, […]

On Unity: Moving Beyond Spiritual Tribalism

This year’s OCF theme is Unity, centered around Psalm 132:1 (OSB), Behold, what is so good or so pleasant as for brothers to dwell together in unity. This week is part four of a six -part series centered around Orthodox perspectives on unity. The series will consist of reflections from student leaders and College Conference workshop […]

On Unity: Members of One Body

This year’s OCF theme is unity, centered around Psalm 132:1 (OSB), “Behold, what is so good or so pleasant as for brothers to dwell together in unity.” This week is part three of a six part series centered around Orthodox perspectives on unity. The series will consist of reflections from student leaders and College Conference workshop […]