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BEYOND HOME BASE (min msg)

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“Mission Trip Reflections,” Youth trip to Brooklyn, NY 2017

8/27/2017 Youth reflect on their mission experience. St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

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“No Tenim Por” (“We are not afraid”) a sermon on Matthew 15:10-31

8/20/2017 Sermon on Matt 15:10-31 “No Tenim Por” (“We are not afraid”) St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

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“Do you have to become one of ‘US’ first?” a sermon on Acts 15:1-11

8/06/2017 Sermon on Acts 15:1-11 “Do you have to become one of ‘US’ first?” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

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“Help Wanted!” (or “On Coffee and Sneakers”) a sermon on Acts 6:1-17

6/25/2017 Sermon on Acts 6:1-7 “Help Wanted!” (or “On Coffee and Sneakers”) St. Paul Lutheran Church, Old Saybrook, CT

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The 1st draft ending to Matthew’s Gospel

“Since the eleven refused to leave their hiding place, Jesus met them there.  When they saw him they looked at one another with suspicion, and were deeply afraid. Jesus said to them. ‘It is up to you now. Stay inside and bar … Continue reading

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A Brief History of Pastoring in America

It was once common practice to call a pastor to a town or village. For example, in pre-revolutionary Connecticut many towns didn’t secure a charter from the colony until they had called a pastor. The implication was that the pastor served that community … Continue reading

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