Who’s in Charge of Our Life?

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About Fr. Stephen Freeman

Fr. Stephen is a retired Archpriest of the Orthodox Church in America, Pastor Emeritus of St. Anne Orthodox Church in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. He is also author of Everywhere Present: Christianity in a One-Storey Universe, and Face to Face: Knowing God Beyond Our Shame, as well as the Glory to God podcast series on Ancient Faith Radio.



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7 responses to “Who’s in Charge of Our Life?”

  1. Brantley Thomas Avatar
    Brantley Thomas

    Oh my goodness. I’m a software developer, and I can tell you beyond doubt that this was not social commentary or humor; this is reality. I deal with this almost daily.

    To me the most true-to-life part where the client was at home (cooking dinner!) and calling the poor designer to talk about work!

  2. Mrs. Mutton Avatar
    Mrs. Mutton

    Um — am I missing something? Is there a reason you used the possessive “Whose” instead of the contraction “Who’s” (as in, “Who is…”)?

  3. fatherstephen Avatar

    Grammar gremlins.

  4. bencstrs Avatar
    bencstrs

    Haha. . . Wow that was hilarious. . . I don’t know why I watched the entire thing, but I couldn’t turn my eyes away. Superb and hilarious social commentary Father.

  5. d.burns Avatar
    d.burns

    From the “I don’t have a clue” department….

    excelant find Fr.

  6. Guy Avatar
    Guy

    Yup..perfect. I deal with this EVERY day. Managing projects at a University is just like this. 🙂
    Great find Father Steven

  7. Zander Avatar
    Zander

    I’m a freelance graphic designer myself, and I laughed my head off! Oh, how I can relate.

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