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Tim Calcara

The bell tolls for thee

Need a simple teaching moment this Christmas? Take the kids or grand kids out shopping and when you hear the bell, make a donation to the Salvation Army and tell them the story of how the Army began. Or if you want to make a bigger impression on those little ones, why not sign up for a two hour shift and ring the bell this year with family members?

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Little Blue and you

We said goodbye to Little Blue last week. We traded in Grandma’s little Toyota after nearly 200,000 faithful miles of trouble free service. It was bittersweet to say the least. We actually thought about keeping her a little longer because she still runs like a top but the timing seemed right to get something with fewer miles…

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Guilty as charged

We might as well face the truth. Guilty as charged, not one of us is going to pass through judgment before God without a full repayment of the debt we owe. The truth of what the Bible says about our spiritual condition is sobering and is bad news, unfortunately but it gives way to the Good News which comes later. The book of Romans pretty…

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A tooth for a tooth

So I am getting a new tooth. A dental implant actually. This is to replace a tooth that broke off a few months ago. My dentist just inserted an implant that will hold the tooth in place. When my new tooth is ready, he’ll screw the artificial tooth in and supposedly, I won’t even know the difference. Whad’ya think?…

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Encouragement for changing seasons

You know what they say? If you don’t like the weather in Iowa, just wait five minutes. Such has been our week in Eastern Iowa. We’ve still got leaves to rake and with little time to bag them, now they’re buried under a blanket of white stuff. A change in the weather in Iowa can happen fast. Sometimes with no warning.…

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Love Goes Public

What happens when a failing school meets a fearless principal? On Saturday, October 26th, Heartland Youth for Christ hosted the opening of the movie “Love Goes Public.” I’m glad I went. With dropout rates at 40% and teen pregnancy way above state averages, a small high school in one of the poorest districts in…

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Burn the ships

Joel and Luke Smallbone aka: “For King and Country” come to Cedar Rapids in just a few days to showcase their third album “Burn the Ships.” One review calls the record an “epic, sweeping musical landscape that explores themes of new beginnings” and “the most mature version of their…

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Embracing the struggle

A wise sage once quipped, “If you think you have all the answers, you haven’t heard all the questions.” I think there is great wisdom in that statement. In fact, I would go so far as to say that God has orchestrated a life that poses questions to which there are no easy answers. It makes me wonder if he does this so that…

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The power of being misunderstood

A pumpkin because of it’s bland taste (until you add sugar) has to be a vegetable doesn’t it? It’s not sweet or tangy so it can’t be a fruit, right? Wrong! A pumpkin is actually a fruit and it’s designation has nothing nothing to do with taste. It’s a fruit because by definition, it has the structure…

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Faith that defies logic

As I write this post, a young mother and friend of mine suffers in the hospital and may be losing a very long battle with breast cancer. She is a model citizen of the Kingdom of God; a true saint in every sense of the word. Her family clings to hope that she’ll recover, but at the moment it doesn’t look good. Why is this happening?…

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