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Follower of Jesus, Husband, Father, Son, Friend, Change Proponent, Goofball, Seeking Faithfulness in the 21st Century

“Generosity inspires generosity” a sermon on Matt 201:1-16

9/24/2017 Sermon on Matt 20:1-16 “Generosity inspires generosity” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT Advertisements

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A FULL DAY’S WAGE (min msg)

Matt 20:1-16 2baldpastors.com

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“Forgiveness…it’s tough” a sermon on Matt 18:21-35

09/17/2017 Sermon on Matt 18:21-35 “Forgiveness…it’s tough” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

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“Peace among the waves” a funeral sermon for Ken Klein

“Hello Geoff” Ken would say when I’d knock and walk into Ken’s room to see him. His eyes would light up and he’d invite me in. Many people will probably disagree with me on this, but I can tell you … Continue reading

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WHEN YOUR FRIEND IS A JERK (min msg)

Matthew 18:21-22 https://youtu.be/nLHVa_f0IOU Full disclosure: Joe and I are just acting. Joe is a really great guy, and a good friend. You’d like him. Also, no hats were harmed in the creation of this video. But Jesus’ words about forgivness … Continue reading

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FEAR & PEACE (min msg)

John 14:27 from Old Saybrook Town Beach

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“Don’t blame Peter, pick up your cross” a sermon on Matt 16:21-28

9/03/2017 Sermon on Matt 16:21-28 “Don’t blame Peter, pick up your cross” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

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