By: Bill Marianes Death. The great equalizer. The inevitable future we all face but rarely want to contemplate let alone discuss publicly. Yesterday, I released the most impactful work I have been blessed to do in over 40 years of serving Christ’s church. To interview a true servant leader ...
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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
God gave us gifts and talents and treasures, and you have to ask yourself the question, are we using all of these gifts, talents and treasures for His glory or are we keeping some back for us and giving him back just a little bit? Why do we freak out giving 10% as our tithe? It's simple, we don't ...
I'm standing in a cemetery because today, by the Grace of God, I received the blessing to choose my burial plot. I'm honored to be at an Orthodox cemetery. I'm not afraid when I look down and look around at the beautiful life examples that have been laid to physical rest here. We can't be afraid ...
I feel like an octopus. Not many armed (but maybe a very big head), I feel pulled out of the water and beaten, then hung out in the sun to dry. Does that seem violent to you? It doesn't to me. As a delicacy, I love octopus. But what I love about that image of the octopus is that once it's take ...