Andrew Angyal is a man of many talents. He’s a stay-at-home father and husband. Plus, he’s a server and choir member at his church.
In the episode, he shares how he orchestrated his own impromptu online services with a few close Orthodox friends. We also hear about his journey from Catholicism to Orthodoxy– and how he’s keeping his young children engaged in services the best he can.
Of interest in the episode is our discussion about being Orthodox converts from Catholicism– and not calling the Pope #1 any longer. That, and Andrew talks about how keeping his death at the forefront keeps him in check. Very insightful take there from our guest that you won’t want to miss.
Thanks again to the “Dads of Orthodoxy” Facebook group. It really is a great place to connect with other fathers in the Orthodox Christian faith and share our wins and losses as dads “fighting the good fight.” Check it out at https://facebook.com/groups/dadsoforthodoxy.
Also, don’t miss [email protected]– my new monthly podcast series with Sean Reid, an Orthodox deacon and business coach. It starts on June 29, 2020 and will run on the last Monday of each month. We will discuss how to live out Orthodoxy in the workplace and your business.
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