Popular bloggers and podcasters Fr. Joseph Huneycutt and Steve “the Builder” Robinson explore the reality of life in Christ as perpetual conversion—falling and rising, falling and rising again. No matter how cold the ashes of our hearts, with Christ’s help we can fan them back into flame. Illustrated with Steve’s inimitable cartoons.
About the Authors:
Fr. Joseph Huneycutt was reared a Southern Baptist (which, he adds, is a requirement in North Carolina). He spent a decade as an Episcopalian before converting to Orthodoxy in 1993. Fr. Joseph hosts a blog called Orthodixie and delivers a podcast on Ancient Faith Radio by the same name. Fr. Joseph serves as priest at St. Joseph Antiochian Orthodox Church, Houston, Texas. He and his wife Elizabeth have three children: Mary Catherine, Basil, and Helen; a black cat named Lily; and a black standard poodle named Wotan (Hart).
Steve Robinson lives with his wife Peggy in Mesa, Arizona. They have a “Brady Bunch” of six children and three grandchildren. Steve has been a self-employed construction worker for over thirty years. He has assisted in establishing several mission churches and monasteries in Arizona and California. In his spare time he writes, podcasts, and draws for fun.
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