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Sermons I’d like to share…

Sunday is coming! John 1:43-51, Epiphany 2B

Joe McGarry and I are launching a new project as your 2 Bald Pastors in 2018. It will be a brief weekly preview on something within the gospel reading for the upcoming Sunday. We hope these little nuggets can be a resource … Continue reading

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ON THE ELBOW OF A FRIEND (min msg)

John 1:43-51 I believe the book I mentioned is: Rajendra K. Pillai, Reaching the World in Our Own Backyard, (WaterBrook, 2003).

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“Better than a pick-me-up” a sermon on Mark 1:1-15

01/07/2018 Baptism of Our Lord Sermon on Mark 1:1-15 “Better than a pick-me-up” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

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RENEW (min msg)

…in the snow…in the new year…in the story Mark 1:1 St. Paul Lutheran Church, Old Saybrook, CT

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“A New Year with the Word Made Flesh” a sermon on John 1:1-14

12/31/2017 Sermon on John 1:1-14 “A New Year with the Word Made Flesh” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

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“There is Something about Christmas…”

12/24/2017 Christmas Eve Luke 2:1-20 “There is something about Christmas” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT   BONUS: 12/24/2017 Advent 4 from the Fellowship Hall Luke 1:26-38 “A Word for Mary”

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“Longing for the Light on the Longest Night” an Advent Reflection on Isaiah 9:2, 6

                  The people who walked in darkness    have seen a great light;those who lived in a land of deep darkness—    on them light has shined…. …For a child has been born for us, … Continue reading

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