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Tim Calcara

With liberty and justice for all

This week we celebrate the birth of our country. A nation that was conceived on the principles of freedom and personal responsibility to do right, no matter the cost. We have not always acted in the noblest of fashion. Many times we have fallen short of the platform set forth by our founding fathers but by the grace of God, most of the…

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Daily check up for good health

What if you were to get a daily check up from your doctor just to make sure that everything was functioning properly and that you would be prepared physically for any challenge the day would bring? Sounds kind of silly and probably more than just a little bit of overkill. Yet, spiritually speaking, I would submit that getting a daily…

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What you don’t know…

I’m not one of those who espouse to the proverb that says, “What you don’t know can’t hurt you.” This sentiment may lessen your worry in life, but let’s face it, there are things in life that will hurt us if we don’t know about them. No wonder we spend so much energy trying to protect our…

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Idols

I’ve got good news and bad news. First the good. Life is a mountain to climb.  It may not be easy but in most cases, the journey will be satisfying and rewarding. You can get there from here if you’re willing to give it everything you’ve got. Now the bad news. The road to your destination is laden with land mines. Take…

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Jesus cracked the code

My devo this morning was from Revelation 15: 1-7. It says this: I saw in heaven another great and marvelous sign: seven angels with the seven last plagues—last, because with them God’s wrath is completed. 2 And I saw what looked like a sea of glass glowing with fire and, standing beside the sea, those who had been victorious over…

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Vacation time is Grandpa time

I remember when taking a vacation in the summer meant riding roller coasters, water skiing, binge watching movies every night, eating anything I wanted and doing it again the next day until Dad said it was time to leave and go home.

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Time flies when you’re having fun!

In December of 1999, we were all preparing for disasters that would befall us from Y2K power outages, etc. Experts disagreed as to what would really happen when the ball fell on Times Square signalling the beginning of a new millennium. As I recall, our family didn’t panic in preparation of this milestone, but we did take one…

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Praying for Chris

Occasionally, we are surprised at someone’s unusual courage to speak out when the stakes are so high. Such was the case at a recent speech given by actor Chris Pratt at the MTV Music Awards. I found myself praying for Chris and thanking the Lord for his courage. Check it out.  Even though Adam from our morning team shared this…

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Knowing others and being known

Lately, I have had a couple of thoughts about how I can better connect with others and what that “connectedness” might mean. I am hardly an expert on relationships mind you, so take my comments with a grain of salt. These come from one who’s not that good at it. I may appear to others to be a “people person”…

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Hot wheels for a busy summer

The station has a new vehicle. You’ll probably see us driving it around as we’ll be on the road a lot this summer. Whether it’s a concert featuring a Life 101.9 artist at a county fair, or just hanging out at the local farmer’s market, be sure to look for the Life 101.9 vehicle and when you find it, stop and say…

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