How can we love God if we don’t love even ourselves? If we loved ourselves, we would do all the things that we do differently: we would consider the consequences.
One of our clergy father Eugene Pavelchuk tells about his childhood, youth, way to the Church and St Elisabeth Convent.
In the context of the debate on Christianity and modernity, the spiritual father of Saint Elisabeth Convent Archpriest Andrey Lemeshonok shares his views on the challenges of becoming and remaining a Christian in today's world.
Since the stories about our first two adoptions came out, many have asked how the older children were doing, if they are at school, and how much progress they are making there. Matushka Larisa Nezhbort tells about the boys' education.
How did the adjustment process go for the Nezhbort family and their new baby girl? How did the older adopted boys respond? Matushka Larisa Nezhbort shares her experience of adopting a third child.
The Nezhbort Family’s story of adoption didn't stop with the two boys. Two and a half years ago they adopted a little girl. Matushka explains the motives for this decision and how the third adoption is different from the previous two.