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“God’s Economy: Lives of Repentance” Luke 18:9-14

Reformation Sunday 10/27/2019 Genesis 4:8-10 2 Timothy 4:6-18 Luke 18:9-14 “God’s Economy: Lives of Repentance” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT Tammie Sinibaldo – kid time Pastor Geoff Sinibaldo – sermon confirmands – poster story boards

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Sunday is Coming! “Fruit worthy of Repentance” Luke 3:7-18 Advent 3C

“The crowd asked him, ‘What then should we do?’” (Luke 3:10) John is not one to mince words. He grabs the attention of his audience with judgment; calling for a change of heart and urging people to action. “You brood … Continue reading

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WHY DIDN’T YOU SIGNAL??? (or… Did you hear the one about the SUV driver and the bicyclist?)

I was walking through town on a Sunday afternoon in June. A bicyclist rode down Main Street moving very fast. The SUV driving directly in front of that bicycle slowed down for the red light it was approaching. Just before … Continue reading

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