Nikos Steves

Hello- I’m Nikos Steves and this site NikosSteves.com (still under construction) hosts my books as well as my weekly podcast Constant Procession.

The site is also a platform for several holiday mini-series (Christmas & Easter) that go into ways to get more during these Christian experiences.

ConstantProcession.com is my blog page plus the website where you can find additional photos, occasional videos plus links and more information for each podcast.

Please feel free to comment there or better yet at nikossteves@gmail.com

Each podcast typically runs about 10 minutes in length and I update with a new podcast every Tuesday morning.

My new book is a contemporary novel that takes place during the Christmas season in a small village somewhere in the north-east. It unfolds during a crisis that forces the community into actions that reveal the lengths people go to save their bacon rather than their souls. It has a title, but is currently in the hands of my editor who is in the ‘line edit’ stage. Perhaps you would like to provide me feedback on the title before it goes to press. If so reach out to me: nikossteves@gmail.com

Image of the Virgin Mary with podcast title 'Constant Procession'

My first book ‘The Constant Procession’ is the story about my road to discovering the life of the Virgin Mary since she died.  I’ve trace some of her most recognized apparitions over the timeline of history since she passed on from the world. My journey has taken me to three continents (to date) with more travels in the future! I will update you on future podcasts and blog page while I travel on these pilgrimages…

I have not received any formal training in theology, and so this memoir documents what I have learned on my personal journey of discovery.

An e-book copy of this book Constant Procession is available and can be found in the sidebar of this website. Plans are in the works for a hard copy book in the not too distant future.

I welcome feedback and so long as you understand I have no formal training, but respect the apostolic churches (east and west) as my “go to” sources for my religious beliefs.

I have chosen to bring my observations to the written (now audible) world because in my view, the uplifting aspects of Christian belief in today’s world is increasingly overlooked and as I have learned, to share the word of Jesus Christ is part of being a Christian. Please note my intent is to “share” the word not “proselytize.” Sharing is more my style.

Before writing Constant Procession and the production of these podcasts, with the exception of my attending church on a regular basis and volunteering on various church outreach activities, mine had been a relatively private relationship with the Lord.  But once I recognized my part in this constant procession along with others who pray in private and corporately during weekly church services this personal approach has changed.

So,  for those who have little or no background in Christian religious history and how it is intertwined with our historical past,  for those who are open minded,  for those who have left religion behind and curious enough to review or renew their own personal faith, if my journey is helpful, then I have fulfilled my goal…

Which is to help sharpen one’s focus on the positive role Christian faith provides in bringing light into this world.

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