Author Archives: mtishel

General Hospital Star Finds Christ in Acting

General Hospital star and four-time Emmy award winner, Jonathan Jackson, was recently interviewed by an Orthodox priest on Ancient Faith Radio. What, one might ask, would a soap opera actor … Continue reading

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Really achieving your childhood dreams

Randy Pausch, who passed away in 2008, was a professor of Computer Science and Human Computer Interaction at Carnegie Mellon University. Opening his last lecture by exposing “the elephant in … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Knowledge and Wisdom

More and more of us are attending graduate school. In turn, less and less of us are getting practical experience in the field. Is striving for classroom knowledge impeding our cultivation of … Continue reading

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A Holy Barista?

In an article for Relevant magazine, Margot Starbuck delves into possible opportunities to express our love for God and our neighbor, no matter what our job may be. Our philanthropic … Continue reading

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Love your job or your paycheck?

Dan Pink, author of two New York Times bestseller books, discusses his research on motivation; he claims that science confirms ‘what we already knew in our hearts’ – that humans … Continue reading

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The Ministry of An Accomplished Baker

I never expected that I’d end up as a baker or even a chef. I thought I’d be a priest or perhaps a monk in a monastery somewhere. But I … Continue reading

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Astrophysicist and Researcher

From a very tender age, I wanted to become a researcher. Now, after many years working as a professional researcher as an astrophysicist, I truly believe that God called me … Continue reading

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Dentistry: Science, Art, and Ministry

After 45 years in my chosen profession, I thank God daily for guiding me to select the art and science of dentistry as my lifelong career.  I enjoyed every single … Continue reading

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