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Tim Calcara

A recipe for joy

Ingredients: baking supplies for a few dozen cookies time to mix and bake paper plates to hold five or six cookies a circle of 10 friends who you want to give cookies to and partner with to bless someone else inexpensive but thoughtful gifts to bless an unsuspecting soul (Money spent is not important. Be creative.) a total budget of…

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Prayer request for the month of January

Pray that our staff can be authentic in all ways that God may be glorified in our lives. Definition:  au·then·tic   ôˈTHen(t)ik/  adjective  1.of undisputed origin; genuine “the letter is now accepted as an authentic document” ___________________________________________ Scripture:  “Take a good…

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Cultivating a Christmas miracle

Do you like a good Hallmark Christmas movie? If you do, you’re not alone. For many of us, the feeling that we get when the guy and the girl fall in love and kiss under the mistletoe, or we witness the estranged father who is welcomed back into the home of his daughter on Christmas Eve is just too irresistable to pass up. Taking in most…

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Thanks Living

I’m so grateful for the lives that God is allowing us to touch though music that brings hope and healing. It makes the cranberry sauce taste that much sweeter! Enjoy these stories of changed lives and give thanks with me. God is good! Jane:  I was going thru a rough time earlier this year and Life 101.9 was like a lifeline to me.…

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Tunes of Thanksgiving

This morning, I googled the phrase “thanksgiving songs” to see what I’d find and an article listing “the top 10 thanksgiving songs of all time” popped up first. What was interesting was that over half of the songs on the list had little to do with thankfulness. This fact gave me pause to wonder if thankfulness…

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The morning after

Last night as I was watching the news on the night of the election, a well-known commentator shared these words. “Tomorrow morning, half of the nation will be happy and hopeful; the other half will be sad and disappointed.” I thought about that comment and realized that what he said was probably true for all those who…

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Cubs win! Holy cow!

Aunt Mabel is 96. She’s lived her entire life in the inner city of Chicago. She was born two years after World War 1 ended when Woodrow Wilson was president. She often tells her great, great grandchildren what it was like to stand in bread lines with her parents during the Great Depression. She speaks fondly of the hot musical…

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Win the battle, lose the war

Is it really worth it to try to win an argument at all costs? I’ll answer that question in a moment from personal experience but since the Cubs are in their first World Series in 71 years, I need to work in a baseball analogy so here goes. Have you noticed how there are fewer arguments in major league baseball games these days? It’s…

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Welcome Adam and other Life stories

I love hearing from our listeners. Here’s a few of the latest. Enjoy. I just wanted to say GREAT job hiring Adam to the morning show. He is a breath of fresh air and a great addition to the morning!!  Love his faith-filled and inspirational comments. Keep up the amazing work Adam and WELCOME! Janet:  Caring and sharing go hand…

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Leaving a legacy

Bill (not his real name), one of our long time Life 101.9 friends and partners, recently went home to be with the Lord after a long and prosperous life. Bill was a humble man who lived in a very modest house in a small town in NE Iowa. You’d never know it to look at the car he drove, the clothes he wore, or the company he kept, but Bill…

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