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Pastor Jon Enter

Pastor Jon Enter

Pastor Jon is the campus pastor at Saint Croix Academy in West Saint Paul, Minnesota. He previously served 11 years in West Palm Beach, Florida. Pastor Jon lives with his wife, Debbi, and their four daughters.

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Living My Faith

Be an ambassador

I was once called the Ambassador of New Ulm, Minnesota. Are you impressed? I was a teenager working a fast-food drive-through. I told a…

Living My Faith

Be ready

As a Christian, you’ll stick out when you don’t bash Jessica in office gossip, when you don’t mock Randy’s new fashion disaster, when you…

Living My Faith

New open door

Culture shifted. Absolute truth died. There’s a new norm. Your truth is your truth. Someone else’s truth is their truth. Everyone wins. Everyone gets…

Life’s Challenges

Refocused but resistant

Did you know there are only four verses in the book of Jonah that talk about the big fish swallowing him? This story isn’t…

Life’s Challenges

Rescued but responsible

The longest anyone has held his or her breath underwater is 22 minutes. Impressive! How long did Jonah hold his when he was thrown…

Life’s Challenges

Defiance and acceptance

When Jonah ran from God, buying a one-way ticket away from Nineveh, he put himself and everyone on that ship in danger.  Who have…

Life’s Challenges

On the run

“Jonah ran away from the Lord and headed for Tarshish . . . to flee from the Lord” (Jonah 1:3). Jonah ran from God…

Life’s Challenges

Delayed wrath

Why doesn’t God stop bad people from doing bad things? There you are, trying to do the godly thing, towing the biblical line, and…

Life’s Challenges

Peace in persecution

Hours before Jesus’ death, facing down the cross, he used some of his final breaths to give Christians a warning and a blessing: “In…

Bible 101

Value of conviction

If you tell someone, “I believe the Bible. I value what God values,” you can be mocked, targeted, and called awful names. It’s hard….

Living My Faith

Always surrounded

The math doesn’t work. 1+1+1=1 What? It doesn’t add up. God clearly reveals he’s three. Three distinct, individual persons: Father, Son, Holy Spirit. Yet…

Living My Faith

Be the One Who Helps

Watch the entire devotional series as Pastor Jon encourages us to listen to God’s call to be the one to step up.