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Helen Kamenos

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Helen Kamenos has been an educator for over 26 years. She graduated from California State University, Northridge with a Bachelor of Arts in English. She earned her Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership. She served as a middle school teacher, high school counselor, and principal of a private school. She dreamed of writing a book one day, but never imagined she would write a book about God.

Throughout Helen’s life, her passion for learning and her fervent Orthodox Christian faith have always guided her toward seeking a greater understanding of God. When she faced several years of life-changing challenges, including a battle with cancer, Helen sought the comfort of her faith. This pursuit led to an in-depth study of the Beatitudes, which se
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Helen Kamenos Congratulations, Maria! I am happy to hear that you were touched by the book trailer. It took me about 3 years to write the book. The research took me…moreCongratulations, Maria! I am happy to hear that you were touched by the book trailer. It took me about 3 years to write the book. The research took me a lifetime of reading the Bible, living life, and trying to listen for God's voice. I definitely transformed as I was writing my book. For me, the writing process caused me to take a good look in the mirror! Many blessings to you, too! - Helen (less)
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Crucifixion was meant to publicly shame criminals and political agitators. Jesus Christ, being the only human who never sinned, was neither a criminal nor a political dissenter. The perfectly innocent Jesus was crucified between two thieves. Even while on the cross Christ had mercy on His executioners and all those who conspired against Him and mocked Him. As He hung on the cross, agonizing i...

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“A man can no more diminish God's glory by refusing to worship Him than a lunatic can put out the sun by scribbling the word 'darkness' on the walls of his cell.”
C.S. Lewis, The Problem of Pain




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