A Little Help From My Friends – With My Thanks

The production of this blog and the ministry associated with it is supported by my parish, and by the help of others who feel it is important to be maintained. There is a donate button on the right side panel that allows readers to make a donation, either one-time or otherwise. During this season, a small gift would be deeply appreciated as I work to provide content and, by God’s grace, to expand the work as well.

Of the things you support, parish, the poor, Ancient Faith Radio – all rate a greater importance than this work. But, in your kindness, I ask for your help. If you are not able to give, but will offer a prayer, that will be appreciated as well.

Many thanks!

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.





10 responses to “A Little Help From My Friends – With My Thanks”

  1. Michele Avatar

    Why can I not find the donate “button”?

  2. Dee of St Hermans Avatar
    Dee of St Hermans

    The yellow donate button is on the left side panel above the book “Everywhere Present”.

    Thank you Fr Stephen for your ministry. My contribution is small relative to the wonderful gift of wisdom and encouragement you give us through the Holy Spirit. Thanks be to God for your blog and your commentators.

    Your thankful friend,

  3. Dee of St Hermans Avatar
    Dee of St Hermans

    dear me as soon as I sent it I realized I said left side–nope it’s on the right side–whoa-I need another cup of coffee or better glasses.

  4. Nicole Avatar

    How do I get to the donate button when I’m reading on a mobile device?

  5. Nicole Avatar

    Now I see it at the bottom… whoops. I, too, must need more coffee!

  6. Fr. Stephen Freeman Avatar

    Next time, I’ll offer free coffee! Yep. I just found it on my phone. I rarely look at the blog on my phone – I need to type faster than my single finger will allow.

  7. mary benton Avatar
    mary benton

    I’m reading on a Kindle Fire and I found the donate button by scrolling down a ways. No coffee for me, thanks!

  8. Manuel P Avatar
    Manuel P

    I’m on the other side of the planet but I read your blogs (sorry… I devour them) every chance I get. I also go back and look at older ones. I find your writings to be some of the most beneficial, informative, clear, accurate and relevant anywhere. So I figured I should donate at least the equivalent to the price of a good thick theological tome, a couple of times a year. I pray that many others do even more for you. I pray God keeps you and your loved ones well and blesses you to continue your most excellent work. Thank you from the bottom of my heart (nous).

  9. Ook Avatar

    What a challenge from overseas. Finally got a small donation through after 30 minutes (not using the Ook mail address). But well worth it. When one of your posts appears, I feel the day just got much better. Thank you, father.

  10. Fr. Stephen Freeman Avatar

    What patience and forbearance! Thanks ever so much!

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