Monthly Archives: September 2018

Sunday is coming! “An Appalling Passage” Mark 9:38-50

“If any of you put a stumbling block before one of these little ones who believe in me, it would be better for you if a great millstone were hung around your neck and you were thrown into the sea. … Continue reading

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Make Someone’s Day (min msg)

Just go ahead and make someone’s day 🙂 http://2baldpastors.com/make-someones-day-min-msg/

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Highlights from fellow Bald Pastor Joe McGarry’s Installation

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“What to do with Pride” (A Church You’ve Been Longing for: Seeks Christ in All Things) Mark 9:30-37

9/23/2018 Sermon on Mark 9:30-37 A Church You’ve Been Looking for: “Seeks Christ in All Things” (Or “What to do about pride”) St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

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Sunday is Coming! “Living Upside-Down” Mark 9:30-37

“But they did not understand what (Jesus) was saying and were afraid to ask him.” (Mark 9:32) Years ago I participated in a mission trip where the theme was “Upside-Down Kingdom.” The idea was that Jesus often flips our expectations … Continue reading

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“Why church? framing and clarifying questions” (A Church You’ve Been Longing for: “Asks Better Questions Than Has Answers) Mark 8:27-38

9/16/2018 Sermon on Mark 8:27-38 “Why Church? Framing and Clarifying Questions” A Church You’ve Been Longing for: Asks Better Questions Than Has Answers St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT Pastor Geoff Sinibaldo Reach the Beach Ragnar Camp Calumet

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A few thoughts on 9/11 at 17

“Time does march on,” as the saying goes, but I remain curious about the validity of the other saying that tends to go along with it: “Time heals all wounds.” Does it? A year ago this past May, my son … Continue reading

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