Posts tagged with: love

By Phoebe Farag Mikhail The Great Lent is upon us, and with it a call to spend less time on eating and more time on prayer, spiritual reading, and charitable giving. Today I’m sharing my Lenten reading with you, and...
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by Phoebe Farag Mikhail Last Wednesday I finished a Valentine craft with my children, reading to them verses about God’s unconditional love for them. Yesterday I had a heart to heart talk with my daughter in the car about why...
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By Phoebe Farag Mikhail It happens regularly. A scroll down my newsfeed screams outrage about the latest tweet, rant, or hateful comment. Soon, I start to feel the same anger welling up inside me, the darkness around me, and almost...
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By Phoebe Farag Mikhail Read to the end to learn how to access the free craft printable, to use with all of your loved ones as a reminder of God’s unconditional love! Today we begin the month of February, marked...
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by Phoebe Farag Mikhail Last month was the anniversary of the Sandy Hook massacre, a national tragedy that still haunts us, especially parents. Since the day it happened, every time I drop off my children, I give them a hug...
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by Phoebe Farag Mikhail I feel more deeply saddened and troubled every time I read an opinion about the recent sexual assault allegations against Aziz Ansari.  There are people disappointed in him, blaming her, and everything in the middle. The...
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by Phoebe Farag Mikhail Occasionally a book arrives in my life at just the perfect time and speaks directly into my heart. My Favorite Color is Blue. Sometimes: A Journey Through Loss in Art and Color is one such book....
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By Phoebe Farag Mikhail I recently traveled overseas with my family. Due to traffic we arrived late to check-in, and so our family of five was seated in two different sections of the plane. I was frantically trying to find...
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By Phoebe Farag Mikhail I have not stopped talking about the movie Hidden Figures since I saw it this summer. Watching those three African-American women overcome almost impossible obstacles in the segregated South to achieve not just their own professional...
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By Phoebe Farag Mikhail Throughout my childhood and to this day, the conversation with people who are not Orthodox Christians always goes something like this: “What does your father do?” “He’s a priest.” “I didn’t know priests could get married!”...
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