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From virtual to reality in the search of love and personhood

  • Biserica Ortodoxa Romana Atlanta 664 Dickens Road Northwest Lilburn, GA, 30047 United States (map)

Do you feel disconnected from one another in this modern age?

Do you appreciate the technology but are confused about expressing feelings for one another in a meaningful way?

Join us in a conversation with Fr Stephen Muse, who will explain how do we refuse Christ on a daily basis without realizing it.

He will show us how to differentiate between the two paths in life: the one that is real and the other that is an illusion.

Do not miss this opportunity to receive answers and guidance for navigating the modern age and keep your family and friends close to you.

Dn. Stephen serves as a deacon at the Holy Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Mission Church in Columbus, GA. He is a pastoral psychotherapist, CPE supervisor, and marriage and family therapist.

Dn. Stephen conducted national award-winning research in the area of religious integration and clinical empathy of therapists. His work has been translated into Greek, Russian, Serbian, Romanian and Swedish.

Prior to his reception into the Greek Orthodox Church, where he currently serves as a deacon and is set apart by Metropolitan Alexios of Atlanta for ministry as a pastoral counselor, Dr. Muse pastored a Presbyterian congregation for 11 years and helped begin an out-patient psychiatric clinic in Delta, PA. He is past president of the Orthodox Christian Association of Medicine, Psychology and Religion and a founder and first parish council President of Holy Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Mission Church in Columbus.

He and his wife Claudia have four children: a daughter killed in 1982, one granddaughter and three grandsons.

Here’s a selected recording with Dn. Stephen .