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Sermons I’d like to share…

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 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 Advertisements

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“Be opened” a sermon on Mark 7:24-37

9/09/2018 Sermon on Mark 7:24-37 “Be Opened” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

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“Getting our hands dirty” Mission Trip: New Haven, Mark 7

9/02/2018 Mark 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23 “Getting our hands dirty” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

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“This is difficult…to whom shall we go?” a sermon on John 6:56-69

5/26/2018 Sermon on John 6:56-69 “This is difficult… To whom shall we go?” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT Funeral sermon for Jaime Sarrantino Funeral sermon for Joan Rauenbuhler  

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“Sharing the Life of Jesus” a Bread of Life sermon from Camp Calumet John 6:51-60

8/18/2018 Sermon on John 6:51-60 “Sharing the Life of Jesus” Camp Calumet Freedom, NH

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“Out of the Depths We Cry” a funeral sermon for Jaime Sarrantino 8/25/2018

This is not a time for explanations. This is not a place for clichés. This is not a community of wishful thinkers. It is a time, place and a gathering to call a thing what it is – Jaime’s death … Continue reading

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“Sweetie” a funeral sermon for Joan Rauenbuhler 8/25/2018

There are not many people who I know who I would be able to summarize in one word. We are complex individuals with a multitude of relationships, hidden strengths, unexposed weaknesses, paradoxical beliefs and unexplainable fears. To even attempt to … Continue reading

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