Ordination (“selection by outstretched hand”) is one of several holy Sacraments in the Eastern Orthodox Church, imparted on ALL the faithful.
In this post, we explain the holy mystery or sacrament of unction – the anointing of the sick with oil – in the Orthodox Church.
What should Orthodox Christians do to prepare themselves adequately for the Sacrament of Confession / Repentance? Find out in this post!
Many Protestants think Confession is not biblical. In this post, we explore what the Bible really says about Confession in the Church.
In this post, we explain what the sacrament of Confession is, why we need it, and how often Orthodox Christians should go.
Through the Holy Mysteries, we directly experience the divine Grace of God. In this post, we explore what those Mysteries are.
Despite Protestant insistence to the contrary, infant baptism is a biblical practice that has always been part of Church Tradition.
So what are the actual requirements for a wedding in the Orthodox Church, and what is just cultural tradition? Learn about them in this post!
It can be difficult to avoid getting too legalistic about preparing for Communion. So where is the balance here and how do we find it?
In this post, we explain who can and cannot receive Holy Communion during an Orthodox Liturgy.