Conference in Dallas Feb. 22-23: Orthodox Christian Perspectives

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“How to talk with your children and grandchildren about God”

“I am a representative of Christ to all the children in my life.”

From The One Thing Needful: Meditation for the Busy Orthodox Woman
by Colette D. Jonopoulos, Light and Life Publishing

 

Friday February 22, 2013

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

St. Barbara OCA

5201 Alta Mesa Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76133

817-294-0325, www.saintbarbarafw.org

6:00 pm     Opening

6:45 pm     Welcome and opening prayer

“Indoctrination in the public schools and how it conflicts with our Orthodox Faith” by Fr. Daniel Keller

“Sharing the Gospel with Our College Students” by Fr. Nick Hadzellis

“Talking to God about our children before we talk with our children about God” by Fr. Justin Frederick

 

Saturday February 23, 2013

8:30 am – 1:00 pm

Holy Trinity GOC

13555 Hillcrest Road, Dallas, TX 75240
972-991-1166, www.holytrinity.info

8:30 am      Registration and Coffee hour

9:00 am      Welcome and opening prayer

“The Conflict That Never Was – How Science and Christianity Can Live Together In Harmony” by Fr. Vasile Tudora

“Teaching children about keeping their faith in the context of being a minority religion in America” by Deacon Clint Sharpley

“Talking to God about our children before we talk with our children about God” by Fr. Justin Frederick

Lunch

“As we pray, so we believe, so we pray.”

From Giver of Life, the Holy Spirit in Orthodox Tradition,
by Fr. John W. Oliver, Paraclete Press

These events are free to all. Children are especially welcome but we have no child care available.

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