"It is what it is." How many times how you used this phrase this past year? It's an acknowledgement that sometimes things happen to us not of our making and beyond our control. Whenever we say "it is what it is" we're saying it's an issue we can neither control nor influence. So what do we do ...
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“If we feed the soul, we nourish the body as well.”
—Father George Livanos
Welcome to Soul Food for Life
Short, sweet, soulful snippets—that might just move you to change your life.
When the Covid-19 crisis kept Father George Livanos from ministering to his Greek Orthodox parish in person, he started recording video messages for his flock. Those have become Soul Food for Life—actionable, inspirational advice from Father George’s heart straight to your soul.
Get to know Father George, a man whose life has been shaped by signs and devoted to spreading God’s messages.
Hungry for wisdom, love, and inspiration? Find out what Father George is serving up as his latest helping of Soul Food for Life.
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“I might have 10 days left, I might have 10 years left. Whatever it is, I’m going to up my game and allow whatever is in my heart to come out, because that’s a living testimony.”
—Father George Livanos
To Hear What’s In His Heart
Fresh Soul Food for Life
Thank you all for your friendship, love and kindness during 2020! A few pastoral comments on 2020: we should be thankful, we should not complain, we should not call it the worst year of our life, we should not say it was horrible, want to burn it in the trash, want to throw it away and forget ...
When I was a young boy growing up in Northeast Philadelphia and it snowed, the first thing we thought of is: go outside and get your sled. It was fun, it was great. What did we look for as little kids? We looked for community. We wanted to see our friends. Right now, in society we're forgetting a ...
As we get closer and closer the Lord's nativity. We're doing a lot of shopping, but I wanna share with you a wonderful gift... open hands and an open heart. God loves us unconditionally on an everyday basis and gives of himself for us. If you wanna give a gift that's gift wrapped, that's okay, ...