I wanted to make you aware of a new (at least to me) Orthodox internet ministry which has its own website and podcast series. The ministry is called the Icon New Media Network. It is directed by Jacob Lee, a high-tech whiz and former Calvary Chapel pastor who converted to Orthodoxy in early 2007. The blog is very well done, as are the podcasts. They have several podcass that are worthy of your consideration, including:
The Man in Black (but not Johnny Cash): Interviews with an Orthodox priest on a variety of topics.
True Convergence: Stories about former members of the Charismatic Episcopal Church who have converted to Orthodoxy (mostly Western Rite Antiochians)
Generation Orthodox: Aimed mainly at twenty-something non-Orthodox Christians (or non-Christians), this podcast features several young converts to Orthodoxy shooting the breeze about pop culture, Orthodoxy, and other topics.
The New Dialogues: Interviews with a a variety of guests on a variety of topics (kind of like The Illumined Heart on Ancient Faith Radio)
Specials: Features special events, such as a five-part series on prayer given by Fr. Jonah Paffhausen, abbot of the monastery of St. John of Shanghai and San Francisco.
But my favorite Icon New Media podcast of all is a joint project between Icon and the Orthodox Christian Network called Journeys to Orthodoxy. Each week, Jacob interviews a convert to Orthodoxy who has an interesting conversion story.
The most recent podcast, which was released just yesterday, features someone that you know. I won't say who it is, but I'll give you a hint: It's a bivocational Orthodox priest who used to be a missionary to Bosnia and who has a beautiful wife and four daughters. If you have time, you might want to check it out by clicking here. I hope you will enjoy it.
May the Lord bless you all.