by Father Charles Joanides
When You Intermarry describes these challenges from the perspective of hundreds of couples who participated in the Interfaith Marriage Research Project.
When You Intermarry is an especially useful tool for intermarried couples who have some level of connection to the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America or some other Orthodox jurisdiction. It is available on amazon.com, Light & Life Publishing or by calling the bookstore at Hellenic College Holy Cross at 1-800-245-0599.
This resource has been written for clergy and lay professionals who work with intermarried couples. It was also written to be used with my first book entitled - When You Intermarry.
Whether you are a couple preparing to marry, are newly married, or are past the newlywed stage, you will find this resource to be very useful in your efforts to reclaim the love you have lost or to protect the love you still enjoy. This book combines down-to-earth examples, cutting edge research and the author's Orthodox Christian perspective to assist you and your partner to attend to your marriage and its needs. The author callsu up his extensive experience as a pastor, therapist and educator in writing this valuable resource.
It is available from Light and Life Publishing.
When Russia Came to Stay by Lea PovozhaevWhen Russia Came to Stay is a story of a family's journey into Orthodox Christianity. The author clearly documents numerous serious inter-Christian and intercultural challenges that both she and her Russian born husband, Dima, encounter in their efforts to bring together two different backgrounds. The couple’s efforts to struggle with personal, couple, family and extended family challenges hold the reader’s attention. As the story unfolds, one wonders how the couple will bridge their many differences. Engaged couples from different religious and cultural backgrounds as well as intermarried couples should profit from reading this Christ-centered story. I enthusiastically endorse this book and recommend it to anyone interested in how religious and cultural differences can challenge and strengthen persons, couples and families: to God’s glory and their salvation.