Category Archives: Faith Everyday

Look around. God is at work and there is faith being lived everywhere. Sometimes in the less than obvious places.

A pastoral statement on Manchester

Here we go again. More lives have been senselessly taken by an individual (at the writing of this statement no others are implicated) at the conclusion of a concert in Manchester, England with a distorted view of the world. Like … Continue reading

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WHO’S GOT YOUR BACK? (min msg)

John 14:16, 26 – The Advocate St. Paul Lutheran Church, Old Saybrook, CT

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THE ROUGH ROAD & THE SMOOTH ROAD (min msg)

Prov 3:5-6 From Main St, Old Saybrook, CT  

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“The walking one” a sermon on Luke 24:13-35

4/30/2017 Easter 3 Sermon on Luke 24:13-35 “The walking one” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

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“Faith not certainty” a funeral sermon for Marge Pfeffer

I’m not exactly sure why we look for examples of certainty when it comes to faithfulness. Perhaps it is because our world is so uncertain. Our lives are full of pain – which is sometimes justified by our actions and … Continue reading

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YOUR TRAVEL COMPANION (min msg)

Luke 24:13-35 St. Paul Lutheran Church, Old Saybrook, CT

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2 BALD PASTORS / EPISODE 44: HOLY SPOKES WITH LAURA EVERETT

http://2baldpastors.com/episode44/

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