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Tim Calcara

Do whatever he tells you

One of my favorite passages in the Bible concerns a dilemma that occurred at a wedding feast where Jesus performed his first miracle. At the beginning of the gospel of John, chapter 2 we read: On the third day there was a wedding at Cana in Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there. Jesus also was invited to the wedding with his disciples.…

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Let your light shine

I followed a chat on Facebook the other day that I found interesting. The participants were asked to give their personal answer to the following question. “How would we live our lives if we only had one more day left on this planet?” The answers were telling. Quite often, regrets were expressed in their answers for lives…

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Make a splash

Happy National Hydration Day! I’m not kidding. There is actually a day dedicated to drinking more of that cool refreshment we all need and love. H2O aka: water. It was June 23rd in case you missed it. So I thought we needed a bible verse to celebrate as we slog down a few extra liters of cool refreshment this summer. (And will someone…

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Call upon the Lord

Isaiah 55:6 says, “Seek the Lord while he may be found; call on him while he is near.” Now, the purpose of this post is not to enumerate under what conditions God may not be near. The prophet doesn’t tell us that and I don’t think that’s his point anyway. It seems his implication is that we should take…

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Anchor

I’ve always enjoyed the musical ministry of the band Skillet. There’s something attractive to me about a band willing to push the envelope and do the kind of music they feel called to. In the CCM genre, worship bands and solo artists have dominated the landscape over the past few years. Skillet has recently made an impression…

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Prayer wins in a COVID crisis

So often, in my job, I am given the privilege of praying for those who support us, often in critical moments in their lives.  It was something I was not expecting when I first came here nearly a decade ago…yet something that has given me great joy. Such has been the case during this COVID-19 crisis. As the lockdown period has drawn…

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Dr. Cureton speaks out

On Thursday evening, Dr. Cureton, the President of Northwestern College in St. Paul spoke out about the injustice of the George Floyd tragedy.  Mr. Floyd’s cruel death should never happen anywhere on the planet yet since Northwestern is in the same community as this incident, some of my work colleagues and friends I am sure…

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Sin no more!

If you’re reading this locked in a jail cell, haunted by an addiction or even chronically depressed, this passage is for you. On the other hand, if you’re basically a “good person” who always “colors inside the lines” but still understands that you need a Savior, this passage is for you as…

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Fearfully and wonderfully made

My father-in-law is on my short list of all time favorite people. (And not just because he said I could marry his daughter. 🙂 ) He has been a voice of reason to me for over four decades. A lot of what I believe about life and truth, comes from him. I’ve recently been wondering what life was like before we pushed God out of the public…

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The Church is you

A lifelong mentor and friend of mine recently reminded me in a Facebook post that though some were upset that the government wasn’t allowing them to go to the church during this “season” we’ve been in that that the Church is always “open for business.” It’s never closed. All of the missional…

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