Thursday, August 09, 2018 David L Henry Montreal 2018 3 Comments
We are nearing the end of our week of ministry in Montreal. We had hoped to post updates earlier in the week, but our days have been running around 12 hours each day – and that’s before we return to have dinner. To say the least, we are a little tired at the end of each day. But it has been...
Wednesday, July 25, 2018 David L Henry Montreal 2018 No comments
In early August Calvary is sending a team to Montreal Canada. Last year, Family Ministry pastor Brian Martin and Matthew Bergquist traveled to Montreal to explore the possibility of ministry there. Earlier this month, Calvary-supported missionaries Adam and Michelle Morgan moved to Sherbrooke Que...
Monday, July 23, 2018 lorth Pastor Larry Orth No comments
1-10 (1 = cold, 10 = hot), how is your spiritual temperature? Does your passionate love for God and for people overflow such that others take notice? How would those who know you best rate you? 1-10, what is the outreach temperature of our church? More objectively, how many people have come to kn...
Monday, July 02, 2018 David L Henry Montreal 2018 No comments
In early August, Calvary will send a team to Montreal Canada to work with our new missionaries, Adam and Michelle Morgan.  We will help with a day camp for immigrants where we will use stories from the Old Testament to help them learn English.  Please pray for the Morgans as they get settled in C...
Thursday, April 05, 2018 tnelson Vine Magazine 1 Comment
By: Leslie Gaska My faith journey began in fits and starts with detours along the way. I was first confirmed a Lutheran in my early teens in Velva, North Dakota . That was followed by a move to the Twin Cities, and another confirmation in a new church, this one Presbyterian. Then in my 30’s, I to...
Monday, March 19, 2018 tnelson Vine Magazine No comments
Beyond the Missionary Refrigerator Magnet By Melissa Meyers “Mom, why is our picture on everyone’s refrigerator?” asked my five year old son. We were on home assignment from Central Asia, and had been visiting many homes, having lunch or dinner with people who supported us in some way. Indeed, al...
Thursday, June 29, 2017 John Chaco DR Missions Trip 2 Comments
I often tell the students church should feel more like a family.  That’s hard to accomplish back in America within our own language and culture.  It can be a little more challenging in a completely different country.  Over the course of our time here in the Dominican Republic the team has not onl...
Wednesday, June 28, 2017 tnelson Pastor Tim Nelson 1 Comment
By Kathy Bergquist On May 18, 1972, a 10 – year – old girl’s life suddenly changed when she attempted to cross Hwy 7 in Hopkins. No one will ever know why little Becky went across while her friends hesitated on the shoulder. But the impact of the motorcycle left an indelible mark on B...
Sunday, June 25, 2017 John Chaco DR Missions Trip 3 Comments
Hello people! It’s Grace Barnhart here. This trip has been CRAZY and amazing and totally God filled. Today we held a big youth conference here at HQ in La Salle. We invited all the teens from Los Higos and El Montana. We actually got a really great turn out! There was a significantly larger numbe...
Wednesday, June 21, 2017 John Chaco DR Missions Trip 4 Comments
Hey Everyone, We are approaching the halfway mark of our trip and I would love to fill you in on how things are going.  Our team is ministering in two communities, El Montana and Los Higos.  We have served in several capacities including: painting two houses, laying down a paved entranced into th...