Ancient Faith Launches “Daily Orthodox Scriptures for Kids” Podcast team | 05 January 2022

Ancient Faith Ministries has launched a new addition to their popular Daily Orthodox Scriptures series, called Daily Orthodox Scriptures for Kids. Beginning in the Gospel according to Matthew, children will be able to listen to other kids as they read through the New Testament over the course of the year. There is a short commentary at the end of each day’s reading offered by Fr. Alexis Kouri and tailored just for children. Approximately five minutes long, Daily Orthodox Scriptures for Kids is a fantastic way to get children into the Bible.

The priest behind the daily scripture project for both kids and adults, The Very Rev. Fr. Alexis Kouri, is an experienced pastor and Bible teacher. Father Alexis’ ministry emphasis has been to bring worship and the teachings of the Faith into the heart. He and Khouria Anna have been married for 35 years and have two adult children.

Visit the Daily Orthodox Scriptures website, with readings for both kids and adults, and an online discussion and prayer community.

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