Orthodox Christianity can rightly say that it has retained the fullness of the original, historical, ancient Christian Church – from the time when there was only one Christian Church without denominations. While the Church’s original theological fullness is remarkable, the executive leaders of the various Orthodox Christian jurisdictions (Greek, Russian, etc.) appear to sometimes neglect the scriptural teachings to avoid controversies (Titus 3:9), and to be men that wisely fulfill the heavy obligations of their sacred office (e.g. 1 Timothy 3:1-16, 1 Corinthians 11:1-2, Acts 14:23). Rather than pursuing “one mind” the result of their particular focus seems to have fostered division. Now more than ever, especially with Great Lent approaching, we need prayer and fasting, asking our Lord to heal us and revitalize our Church’s efforts to proclaim His Gospel, rather than having our leaders unintentionally undermine it.