Seven Questions with a Servant: Don Sager

Don Sager

Don Sager


1. What’s Your Name?

Don Sager

2. Will you please share a little about yourself (where you’re from, where you work, about your spouse, children, grandchildren, pets, etc)?

Lived here for 29 years, lived in Indiana before that. Met my spouse in college, reunited in another century in another millennia, after more than a quarter century without contact. I am retired, write children's books, do “Read Aloud” to 3 kindergarten classes, lecture at local universities and colleges.

3. How long have you been attending/serving at Redeemer?

29 years

4. In what ways do you serve at Redeemer, which is your favorite way?

Participate in Feed My Sheep, Secret Santa [Angel Tree], school backpacks and shoes programs, member of Board of Stewardship [Gifts and Resources Team], share group member. Share group question and answers explains things and how others see things. Causes introspection on issues I might never have thought about.

5. How has serving at Redeemer impacted you?

Provides a lift preserver to hold onto for stability and hope when the larger world around us seems to be a ship in a storm with a crew of self-absorbed idiots at the helm.

6. What’s something about you not many folks know?

Wrote 2 children's books, have a published story in Indiana's Finest magazine, once held Indiana State Police record for 1 1/2 mile run, ran and actually finished the first Maryland Marathon when I was 15, carved rock sculptures in the church and on the disc golf course.

7. What do you like most about Redeemer?

The sermons and share group.


Did you know Don has written two children’s books? His first book published is Sylar and the Sycamore Leaves. His new book is titled Sylar's Pack and the Bully Attack . Both books are available via Amazon and various local bookstores.

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