Who’s in Charge of Our Life?


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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.





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

    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

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

    excelant find Fr.

  6. Guy Avatar

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

  7. Zander Avatar

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

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