Category Archives: Minute Messages

HOLY WEEK TRADITIONS (min msg)

A safe and blessed Holy Week to you St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

Posted in Discovery, Faith Everyday, Lent/Easter, Lent/Easter Posts, Minute Messages, Sermons | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

THE CROSS AND YOU (min msg)

Holy week is coming! St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

Posted in Lent/Easter, Lent/Easter Posts, Minute Messages, on Gospel of Matthew, Sermons | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

GOD’S PERCEIVED ABSENCE (min msg)

John 11 – The funeral and raising of Lazarus St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

Posted in Discovery, Faith Everyday, Lent/Easter, Lent/Easter Posts, Minute Messages, on Gospel of John, Sermons | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

SEEING / NOT SEEING (min msg)

John 9:1-41 Join the conversation: Geoff Sinibaldo 22 hrs · Sermon starter for Sunday: Jesus heals a man born blind and gives him vision (John 9). Problem – nobody else (family, neighbors, religious types) can’t accept it it. They don’t … Continue reading

Posted in Church & Mission, Church by Perception, Discovery, Faith Everyday, Lent/Easter, Lent/Easter Posts, Minute Messages, on Gospel of John, Sermons | Tagged , | Leave a comment

A NEW FRIEND (min msg)

Taking Carter home and thinking about John 4 St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

Posted in Discovery, Faith Everyday, Lent/Easter, Lent/Easter Posts, Minute Messages, on Gospel of John, Sermons | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

BIG QUESTIONS FOR JESUS (min msg)

Lent sermon series from John’s Gospel: “How can these things be?” (John 3:9) “Why her?” (John 4:27) “Who sinned?” (John 9:2) “Where were you?” (John 11:21, 32) St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

Posted in Discovery, Faith Everyday, Lent/Easter, Lent/Easter Posts, Minute Messages, on Gospel of John, Sermons | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

My Pastor Report 2017

From our annual congregtional meeting 2/12/2017 1 Corinthians 1:3-9 St. Paul Lutheran Church, Old Saybrook, CT

Posted in Faith Everyday, Minute Messages, Sermons, What We Seek | Leave a comment