I think there are Orthodox who put an emphasis on living your faith 24/7, but it is up to the people to decide whether to embrace that or not. Some groups probably help their people cultivate this more than others. For instance, at one point when I was a Protestant, I was going to church 4-5 days a week. Sunday was the service, Monday was men's group (Promise Keepers), Tuesday was Bible Study, Saturday was a prayer service, and on one of the other days the guys would sometimes get together and play basketball in the rec hall. My whole life essentially revolved around spiritual activities. But how many people didn't go to these activities? And of those who went, for how many people did all this stuff merely amount to spiritual busy work? I don't know. I think all Christians have an inkling that the "life in Christ" should be a full time thing... we all just have varying degrees of success in making that a reality. I think the same goes for this or that Christian group, some probably do a better job than others in encouraging and helping their members live this kind of life. For that matter, it probably differs from parish to parish.