Humans of Ancient Faith: Katherine Hyde

Humans of Ancient Faith is a series of mini-interviews designed to introduce you to the many wonderful human beings who make this ministry possible. We asked the same 5 questions in each interview, and let the interviewee choose a sixth question. Today’s guest is author and editor Katherine Bolger Hyde. ++++++++++++++ If you were named for your defining characteristic, what word or phrase would be your name? I can’t answer this. I’m…

Humans of Ancient Faith: Sherry Shenoda

Humans of Ancient Faith is a series of mini-interviews designed to introduce you to the many wonderful human beings who make this ministry possible. We asked the same 5 questions in each interview, and let the interviewee choose a sixth question. Today’s guest is author Sherry Shenoda. ++++++++++++++ If you were named for your defining characteristic, what word or phrase would be your name? One of my closest friends dubbed me “Serenity”…

Humans of Ancient Faith: Laura E. Wolfe

Humans of Ancient Faith is a series of mini-interviews designed to introduce you to the many wonderful human beings who make this ministry possible. We asked the same 5 questions in each interview, and let the interviewee choose a sixth question. Today’s guest is author Laura E. Wolfe. ++++++++++++++ If you were named for your defining characteristic, what word or phrase would be your name? The Outlier.  Or as Moana’s Gramma put…

Humans of Ancient Faith: Pres. Michelle Triant

Humans of Ancient Faith is a series of mini-interviews designed to introduce you to the many wonderful human beings who make this ministry possible. We asked the same 5 questions in each interview, and let the interviewee choose a sixth question. Today’s guest is Pres. Michelle Triant. ++++++++++++++ If you were named for your defining characteristic, what word or phrase would be your name? Charismatic Stubborn Triant–You can call me Chari for…

Humans of Ancient Faith: Rev. Dr. Alexander Goussetis

Humans of Ancient Faith is a series of mini-interviews designed to introduce you to the many wonderful human beings who make this ministry possible. We asked the same 5 questions in each interview, and let the interviewee choose a sixth question. Today’s guest is author and podcaster Rev. Dr. Alexander Goussetis. ++++++++++++++ If you were named for your defining characteristic, what word or phrase would be your name? It depends who you…

Humans of Ancient Faith: Christine Rogers

Humans of Ancient Faith is a series of mini-interviews designed to introduce you to the many wonderful human beings who make this ministry possible. We asked the same 5 questions in each interview, and let the interviewee choose a sixth question. Today’s guest is author Christine Rogers. ++++++++++++++ If you were named for your defining characteristic, what word or phrase would be your name? People-loving! What is your earliest specifically Orthodox memory? I…

Humans of Ancient Faith: Brandi Willis Schreiber

Humans of Ancient Faith is a series of mini-interviews designed to introduce you to the many wonderful human beings who make this ministry possible. We asked the same 5 questions in each interview, and let the interviewee choose a sixth question. Today’s guest is author Brandi Willis Schreiber. ++++++++++++++ If you were named for your defining characteristic, what word or phrase would be your name? I had to seek help with this…

Humans of Ancient Faith: Laura Jansson

Humans of Ancient Faith is a new series of mini-interviews designed to introduce you to the many wonderful human beings who make this ministry possible. We asked the same 5 questions in each interview, and let the interviewee choose a sixth question. Today, we’re talking with author Laura Jansson. ++++++++++++++ If you were named for your defining characteristic, what word or phrase would be your name? It would have to be the Greek…

An Ancient Faith Family Christmas Letter

Blessed Nativity! In the spirit of those family Christmas letters your relatives send, recounting adventures they’ve had since last Christmas, we’re delighted to bring you this round up of news from our content contributors. We have been blessed and delighted by what our people have accomplished. Not only are they overcoming difficult circumstances in their own lives, but they are actively working to encourage and edify others through their work. Glory to…

A Simple Way to Write an Effective Book Review

When you read a book you value, the best thing you can do to support the author and publisher is to write a review. The interconnected digital conversation that swirls around us daily is the modern equivalent of village talk around the well or in the marketplace. A good word passed from one villager to another will always be the most effective way to share news. A review is that good word!…