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2September 2013

by: Andrew Kalvelage

See Jesus

(Blog Manger note: this is the eighth in a series on creational Theology. Enjoy.) Tootsie Rolls and Theology I remember growing up seeing the old Tootsie-Roll commercial in between Sat. morning cartoons, with its little jingle: “whatever it is, I think I see, becomes a Tootsie-Roll to me”.  Must have been a good commercial if I’m still remembering it 30 years ...

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14February 2013

by: Andrew Kalvelage

Marriage in Malachi: A Word to Husbands

A Malachi moment There is this little passage tucked away in the middle of Malachi that we do not want to miss! Though it comes in the form of rebuke there is something wonderfully reflective in what it reveals about God’s heart on the matter of marriage.  And as it was then so it is today—on this Valentine’s Day—directed to husbands. If you don’t have a ...

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12January 2013

by: Andrew Kalvelage

The Offering of Honesty

Not All Together, but Making It Look So The very fact that I’m in Church should tell you something about me.  It should tell you that I am not all together—that I am a sinner who needs God and needs his people.  But there are times when in how I “prepare” for Sunday service, it’s clear that I want to tell you and myself something else about me- something ...

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24December 2012

by: Andrew Kalvelage

Worth the Wait

Text: Luke 2:22-38 Huggable Teddy Bears I remember as a little boy heading up on the escalator of a local department store.  As I got to the second floor I found what I was looking for!  There in front of me was the most adorable teddy bear I had ever seen.  It was this store’s special Christmas bear, it had the most huggable white fur along with a removable winter hat and ...

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3October 2012

by: Andrew Kalvelage

Don’t Forget the Oxen When You Go For An Oil Change

“Where there are no oxen, the manger is clean, but abundant crops come by the strength of the ox” (Proverbs 14:4).   I think about this proverb often because although I don’t own an actual ox, my life is filled with “oxen” and my “manger” is filled with mess, and I’m running around my house and all over town trying to clean it up.  ...

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8December 2011

by: Andrew Kalvelage

School All Over Again

Editor’s Note: Our own Andrew Kalvelage is currently at the Sovereign Grace Pastors College. We’ve asked him for a few updates, and this is one of them. Continue praying for the Kalvelages. It is a sweet yet strange experience, that at the age of 34 I would be finding myself sharing in the same thoughts and concerns that my 8 and 5 year old boys Caleb and Peter had as all three of ...

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