Live with the Louhs: Celebrating the Peacemakers
On this week’s episode of «Live with the Louhs,» a radio ministry of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese, Fr. Nicholas and his wife, Dr. Roxanne Louh, a Clinical Psychologist, will be speaking to two African American Orthodox Christian Priests, Fr. Paul Abernathy, a relative of the late Civil Rights icon, Ralph Abernathy and Fr. Martin Johnson, on their ministry, «The Neighborhood Resilience Project.» Both Fr. Paul and Fr. Martin discuss how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the African American community. In addition, as we celebrate the birthday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., both priests share what the Civil Rights movement of the 1950’s and 60’s means for all of us today, in light of the division we see in our world today. Then, in this week’s portion of the Louh Down, a final encouraging message from Fr. Nicholas and Dr. Roxanne, the Louhs share how one of the hallmarks of the Orthodox Christian faith is being a «peacemaker.» Join the Louhs in this informative conversation this Sunday at 6:30-7:30a.m on 77WABC radio or you can download the message afterwards by going to the radio website at, https://wabcradio.com/show/live-with-the-louhs/. If you have any comments or questions for the Louhs, you can email them at [email protected] To find out more about the Louhs, their ministry and their brand new book, Renewing You: A Priest, A Psychologist and A Plan, please visit their website at TheLouhs.com.