Introducing the First Book

If you’ve seen it elsewhere, I apologize. If you have not seen this, no apology needed. 

About Fr. Stephen Freeman

Fr. Stephen is a priest of the Orthodox Church in America, Pastor Emeritus of St. Anne Orthodox Church in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. He is also author of Everywhere Present and the Glory to God podcast series.





12 responses to “Introducing the First Book”

  1. Damaris Avatar

    Tak, Father Stephen! Very funny!

  2. Katrina Avatar

    What a hoot! Father Stephen, I just found your commentaries a few days ago courtesy of a posting on Monachos. They are terrific!
    Most Sincerely,
    Katrina Delsante

  3. orthstitcher Avatar

    I have seen this before, but it is a hoot! Thanks for the link back to it, I forgot to bookmark it the last time 🙂

  4. david+ Avatar

    Tak Fr Stefan, det var smader dejligt!!!

  5. […] the First Book” Published May 4th, 2007 Books This is hilarious.  Thanks to Fr. Stephen for posting […]

  6. Gina Avatar

    Very funny- Got Medieval had posted this, but there was a problem with the link so I’m glad to finally see it. Thanks for the laugh. 🙂

  7. Learns Slowly Avatar
    Learns Slowly

    Painfully close to reality for me!! Very funny!!!

  8. Chris Avatar

    I love that video! I work in the Tech Support office of a small liberal arts college and this video pretty much sums up my job. Hilarious!

  9. Jakob Smith Avatar

    Funny to see some danish here… sjovt at se noget dansk her. Very funny video and also a joy to hear the norwegian.

  10. Ian Avatar

    Absolutely wonderful: thank you Father for sharing.

  11. Gordon (nodroG) Avatar

    I will love this for aye and share with Danish and coffee

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