Steve Robinson is an Orthodox Christian living in Phoenix Arizona and owns his own construction company. Prior to becoming Orthodox, he was an evangelical pastor and church leader. More recently, he established one of the most popular Orthodox podcasts on the planet ? Our Life in Christ ? which he hosts with his friend Bill Gould. In this shorter podcast, Steve reflects on the practical side of being an Orthodox Christian working in a secular environment.
My God, My God Why Have You Forsaken Me?
Steve discusses his struggle with his recent diagnosis with cancer while caregiving his dying parents. He takes an honest, hard look at the common sayings and spiritual counsels often given to people who are suffering.
Where Am I?
Steve discusses physical and spiritual dementia and remembrance in the sacramental life of the Church".
A Life Update
In this podcast, Steve Robinson brings us up to date on his life, a four-year-old catechist, signing a death warrant and a prison release, and the challenges of caring for aging and dying parents.
Death, Life, and Love
Steve discusses his death at birth, his life-long desire to be old, his "death wish," and what it means to "live is Christ and to die is gain."
An Ordinary Christmas
On an ordinary night, like ten thousand other nights the shepherds experience the extraordinary: The transcendent God is revealed in our ordinary flesh.
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I found this podcast after listening to Our Life In Christ. It seems Steve took some time off and I found the podcast about the same time he started back up. I am a lutheran and find Steve's thoughts and analysis empowering. He helps remind me of the slow and steady death of self that we are all called to. Sometimes, after a long dreary work day, when I'm wearily cleaning up dinner and helping get my son to bed, this podcast helps remind me that it's in these things that God is slowly molding me into the image of His Son.
Comprehensible and infirmative
Thank you for the great program! The information is excellent and the personal touches add life to the program. Highly recomended. Keep up the good work!