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Father John Oliver has been speaking for years, compelling others to examine their faith and lives.  If you haven’t read his work or looked at his speaker page, I think you will be excited to invite him to speak at your next opportunity.  Take a look here!

 

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Oct142009

October Blessings!

It’s only the 14th of October and I have three new speakers to share with you!

Welcome to Angela Damianakis.  A familiar last name, as she is married to our Iconographer/Speaker Elias Damianakis!  Angela is an Orthodox life coach and clinical social worker.  Please click on the link to her speaker page to learn more about her background and the subjects that she is passionate about.

Father Michael Oleksa joins us from Alaska where is has been now for over 40 years.  Father Michael is a well known speaker, and is most widely known for his acclaimed four part series “Communicating Across Cultures” on PBS.  He has been the honored recipient of so many awards…you’ll have to look at his speaker page!

Father John Oliver, author of the popular book “Touching Heaven: Discovering Orthodox Christianity on the Island of Valaam” is our newest speaker, and hails from Tennessee.  He loves to give us practical ways of living out our Orthodox faith, and has quite an interesting and practical way of teaching.  You’ll enjoy getting to know Father John better.

Well, off to iconography school all of next week.  It looks like a couple more speakers will be coming on board as soon as I return.  Stay tuned!

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