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Mat Shockney is lead pastor of fxchurch, foot of the cross, in Bloomington, Indiana. Listen to his weekly expositional talks from the Banneker Community Center, Sundays 10:10am.
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From Cleveland To Bloomington and Back - The biggest mess you'll ever miss... www.406northlane.com
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The newest sermons from Bloomington Chapel Church on SermonAudio.
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The newest sermons from Bloomington Reformed Presbyterian Church on SermonAudio.
Redeemer Community Church. Bloomington, Indiana. A gospel-centered community on mission
Enjoy powerful messages each week from City Church For All Nations in Bloomington, Indiana. Visit us online at https://citychurchbloomington.org.
Our goal at Evergreen Church - Bloomington is to build a church filled with Christians who have the heart of Jesus. Follow our weekly podcast for weekly sermons.
Illinois Divorce Attorneys located in Bloomington Illinois offer some insight about the process.
Sermons preached at Clearnote Church in Bloomington, Indiana
A weekly one hour program, Profiles features new guests each week from a variety of backgrounds, delving into the person behind the persona.
This podcast contains the weekly sermon for Northside Christian Church in Bloomington, Indiana. Northside Christian Church’s purpose is to glorify God by leading His people to develop a loving, personal relationship with Jesus Christ through the life and ministry of the Church.
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The weekly messages from Compass Church in Bloomington/Normal, IL. www.compassbn.com @compassbn
You have questions and A Moment of Science has answers. These two-minute audio podcasts provide the scientific story behind some of life's most perplexing mysteries. There's no need to be blinded by science. Explore it, have fun with it, but most of all learn from it. A Moment of Science is a production of WFIU Public Media from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.
HopePres is a community of broken people, renewed by the Triune God, who want to see this grace-renewal come to our place of Bloomington, IN as we seek to Know God and Love People.Our sermons focus closely on explaining and illustrating God's message of grace through the Scriptures as it confronts and comforts irreligious, religious, and secular people alike through the gospel of Jesus Christ.
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Bloomington Indiana is full of interesting characters. Join them for lunch and find out what drives their passion. "Lunch at The Mill" podcast is recorded at the newly restored Dimension Mill which now operates as a coworking space in downtown Bloomington. If you have ideas, feedback, comments or show ideas – please send an email to // email@example.com
Mike Jeffers and J.R. McIntire talk about many things mostly music, arts and entertainment with a main theme of comedy. Multiple guests from Bloomington Indiana.
A podcast where audio-makers stand silently in fields (or things that could be broadly interpreted as fields).
No Dishes - Join our host Jordan Davis as he talks to your favorite restauranteurs, mixologists, and industry legends about their stories in the service industry and their favorite places to go in and around the Bloomington, Indiana foodies scene. Shift Change - Abel Garcia sits down with industry guests right after a shift and talks about whatever comes up as they unwind from working. He also ask some interesting interview questions as well in the style of the Actors Studio
"Unspoken Requests" is a radio program hosted by Jared Cheek and Mike Adams. It is recorded in Bloomington, IN and aired in syndication on community radio WFHB every other Wednesday night in the enviable time slot of 11pm-1am. This is the podcast version where we edit out all the copyrighted material and whittle it down to just the best, original, top shelf, premium content.
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Ian Bayne is the morning talk host on NewsTalk 98.3 in Bloomington-Champaign, IL
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Weekly sermons recorded at Maple Grove Christian Church in Bloomington, IN.
This podcast has the weekly sermons for Exodus Church for Bloomington.
WMBD/WYZZ's team of meteorologists are teaming up to talk about the weather here in Central Illinois. Discussions can range from big storms that are brewing to just learning more about how forecasting works behind the scenes. Chief Meteorologist Chris Yates is joined by Morning Show Meteorologist Molly Naslund and Weekend Meteorologist Adam Sherwinski.
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3 things about life, faith, work, and what it all might mean.John Mitchell is a preacher, teacher, video producer, creative consultant, amateur philosopher, hack theologian, and a verbal processor. The 3 Things Podcast is thought-wrangling around the questions in life that keep us on a path to being better humans.
Join Indiana Talks Sports Director, WIUX 99.1 FM Bloomington Sports Radio Host Jordan Maly (@JMalyWIUX) and co-host Jordan Burrows (@Jordan_Burrows) from Smiley Morning Show in Straight Outta College. This podcast serves as the best place for fans who want to hear about the most controversial topics in sports. Special weekly guests from the sports and music industry. Available for download on iTunes Store.
WGLT's Sound Ideas is our flagship news program. Every weekday, WGLT reporters go beyond soundbites for deeper conversations with newsmakers, musicians, artists, and anyone with a story to share.This 30-minute newsmagazine is produced Monday through Friday.You can also subscribe to the Sound Ideas - Full Episodes podcast.
This podcast provides information about updates at the Challenger Learning Center in Bloomington/Normal, IL. Posts will include building updates, teacher resources, and student podcasts, along with program information and CLC offerings.
If you are looking for another NPR style beer tasting podcast... You are probably going to be disappointed. Who are we kidding? There are about 20 podcasts that sniff, swallow, twaddle and judge beer like fine wine. We are not one of those! Your hosts, Groucho and CHUD, do drink a lot of good beer. We even talk about it... Sometimes we even know what we are talking about! On a real good show, we drink some shit beer! The Beer Report is about "confrontation" as CHUD would say... The beer is t ...
Realtor Deb Tomaro brings you the people, places and resources that make Bloomington, Indiana home and help you live your best life. At Home in Bloomington.
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Dewhitt L. Bingham, a three-time author on race related subjects, including police officers relationship with black men, Probation Officer of 34 years, Criminal Justice Adjunct Professor of 25 years, and 2014 Heartland Community College Adjunct Professor of the year, discusses all things social justice and criminal justice. Bingham, from a grassroots level, sits down with judges, probation officers, city officials and common citizens with the goal to inform the American citizen of their cons ...
Eastview Church of the Nazarene is a group of disciples of Jesus Christ making disciples who love God, love others, and serve the world. We are based in Bloomington, Indiana and invite you to come out and check us out anytime! Check out our website at eastviewnazarenechurch.org
Every Thursday evening and Saturday morning, tune in for helpful financial and investment advice on Your Money with David Hays. From Comprehensive Financial Consultants of Bloomington, David provides useful financial information. Hear Your Money with David Hays live Thursdays from 6-7 p.m. and a rebroadcast of the show every Saturday from 9-10 a.m. Have Questions that you would like answered? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and hear your questions on the show! About David: David Hay ...
The official podcast of Eastview Christian Church's High School ministry in Bloomington/Normal, Illinois. Discover bi-weekly "Counterculture" discussions, where pastors Zach Thompson and Cooper Smith tackle relevant and cultural issues that high schoolers are dealing with. In addition, discover weekly sermons from our Sunday morning services from pastors Zach, Matt McClane, and more! For more information about Eastview Students, visit eastview.church.
Reporting from in and around Illinois.Listen to Statewide across Illinois in:Bloomington/Normal – WGLT 89.1 (Fridays 11 a.m. - Noon, Sundays 6-7 a.m.)Carbondale – WSIU 91.9 (Fridays 2-3 p.m. and Sundays 6-7 a.m.)Mount Vernon - WVSI 88.9 (Fridays 2-3 p.m. and Sundays 6-7 a.m.)Olney - WUSI 90.3 (Fridays 2-3 p.m. and Sundays 6-7 a.m.)Quad Cities - WVIK 105.7 HD-2 (Fridays 11 a.m. - noon)Rockford/DeKalb – WNIJ 89.5 (Saturdays 6-7 a.m., Sundays 2-3 p.m.)Springfield/Decatur - WUIS 91.9 (Fridays 11 ...
McBeath Financial Focus is a monthly feature series, presented by Krista McBeath of McBeath Financial Group, a financial services company located in Bloomington Normal, IL. the Focus series highlights prominent local specialists focusing on a specific topic where financial services/retirement planning intersects with their field of expertise. We’ve chosen guests that are respected community members in their field that can offer solid advice, as well as entertain! Krista McBeath is the founde ...
The new redistricting maps for state House and Senate seats in Illinois make some significant changes to the boundaries of some legislative districts. Bloomington-Normal and Peoria have not been spared.By Christine Hatfield
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“This transit began on Monday, May 24, when the recorder, a Tascam DR-07x, was put in the mail from Bloomington, Indiana, to Beverly Shores, Indiana. The recorder was apparently accidentally turned on, and the record button pressed, through a padded envelope and a layer of bubble wrap, at some point in the transit. It recorded for over twelve hours…
Pastor Jesse Taylor preaches on Matthew 5:2-3By Redeemer Community Church
This week, Eastview's associate global pastor Paul Beeghly talks all about following Jesus. If you're looking for a challenging, detailed, and entertaining breakdown about following Jesus, look no further. Paul drops some truth on us, and we hope you're challenged and encouraged by his words! (6/20/21)…
Normal City Manager Pam Reece said she is satisfied with the public way the town council debunked council member Stan Nord's unfounded ethics allegations against Reece during a special meeting on the topic last week. Reece said it was important for the morale of town staff to hear council members respond to Nord because such statements have an impa…
Human service providers not only better the lives of individuals and families, but have significant economic benefits for McLean County. That’s the finding of a new report conducted by Illinois Partners for Human Service and the Bloomington-Normal Economic Development Council.By Dana Vollmer
The McLean County Health Department has been working with faith leaders to encourage more people to get vaccinated.By Eric Stock
Pr. Nick preached from Psalm 29 and God's strength… What makes us weak? What causes us to be tired? …Trying to do things on our own strength. …Not taking the time to rest. …Not getting spiritually fed. God is greater than the chaos. God is over the uncertainty. Worship is not just something about God… …What we are doing is more than saying somethin…
Temptations are constantly waiting in the wings to test the strength of our inner fortitude, all for the purpose of leading our will away from God. Today, we look at how we deal with the trial of temptation.
Pastor David Norris shares on “Waiting On The World To Change” in week 3 of our sermon series “Summer Playlist”.By City Church For All Nations
The Town of Normal will consider making outdoor dining arrangements on streets or sidewalks permanent for some restaurants that began the practice during the pandemic.By Charlie Schlenker
The $12.5 million structural budget deficit for Unit 5 schools has been growing slowly for years. It's currently about 6% of the total $203 million budget. District Superintendent Kristen Weikle said she hopes to bring a plan to deal with the imbalance to the school board in the fall.By Charlie Schlenker
Musical theater fans are no doubt eager for the return of live performances. In the meantime, Prairie Fire Theatre Artistic Director Bob Mangialardi suggests Bloomington-Normal residents give opera a try.By Breanna Grow
Bloomington’s mayor says the city’s next police chief will need to have significant experience and be able to navigate the “friction” around policing that’s been more prominent since George Floyd’s murder.By Ryan Denham
On this episode, the state wants more people to eat Asian Carp. But so far, it has failed to catch on with consumers. Will a name change help?Also, it's not just bars and restaurants having difficulty finding employees. Those stories and more on Statewide.By Sean Crawford
We probably all went through a few phases in our teenage years. How do other animals act during their adolescent stages?By A Moment of Science (amomentofscience.org)
Governor J.B. Pritzker finalizes the state's fiscal year 2022 budget, the latest in the Gary Berchtold trial, and our Founder's Day of Caring.By WMBD News
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Bloomington-based hip-hop artist Darius Williams says his new album was self-therapy during a difficult time. He says it's his most personal work to date.By Jon Norton
Bloomington-Normal area residents who have trouble accessing sexual health care have a new option. Central Illinois Friends is partnering with the Community Health Care Clinic (CHCC) and Carle Health to set up a second location in CHCC’s Normal building on Fridays and Saturdays.By Dana Vollmer
Stories include an update on a missing man in Fulton County, an earthquake felt across state lines, and a $10 million lottery for vaccinated Illinois residents.By WMBD News
Jared and Mike make their way to the studio in this harrowing return to normalcy. They’re joined this week by Liv Mershon, aka Bad Psychic, who tells them all about her new album, Seeing Things. https://archive.org/download/ur-86-podcast-version/UR%2086%20Podcast%20Version.mp3By Tan Van Tour Talk: How To Be a Band
What makes this snail the punk rocker of the gastropod world? Learn more with today's A Moment of Science.By A Moment of Science (amomentofscience.org)
The suspect in the death of retired surgeon Dr. William Marshall has been extradited from St. Louis to Peoria County Jail, the latest in the Gary Berchtold murder trial, and Illinois recognizes Juneteenth as a state holiday.By WMBD News
Social media is such a crucial aspect of our culture. Join Zach and Cooper in part one of a TWO PART episode on social media! We talk about the positives and dangers of social media, our thoughts on each social media platform, and how to respond to the overall influence that social media has in our culture. Join us for part two coming up on July 1s…
The head of ISU athletics says colleges and universities will need to protect student athletes from financial pressures tied to gambling.By Eric Stock
Heartland Community College is moving ahead with a proposal for a $23.4 million agriculture building — the first major item included in the college's new strategic plan.By Charlie Schlenker
John Hanlon will retire June 30 as executive director of the Illinois Innocence Project at University of Illinois Springfield. Over the past 12 years, Hanlon and a team of lawyers, students and volunteers has helped exonerate 18 defendants.By Edith Brady-Lunny
Bloomington-Normal high school students say they reject the idea that making curricula more inclusive "divides" students. That comes in response to a conservative campaign against the way students are taught about race, American history and sexual health.By Dana Vollmer
There's a lot to be learned from a brain scan. Is it possible for your brain to also show your political beliefs?By A Moment of Science (amomentofscience.org)
Recorded in the woodlands at the edge of the marshes as the dawn breaks.By Field Recordings
District 87 officials say they are focused on incorporating more diversity into their curriculum, but it doesn't include Critical Race Theory.By Eric Stock
Stories include an update on a kidnapping in Peru, an update on the fire still burning at a chemical plant in Rockton, and the search is over for Peoria's next top law enforcement leader.By WMBD News
A group that represents State Farm and other insurance companies is warning of a “retirement cliff” over the next 15 years that will leave over 400,000 open positions unfilled industrywide.By Ryan Denham
McLean County's legal community and housing advocates have a new plan to avoid—or at least minimize—a spike in evictions once the statewide moratorium is lifted in August.By Ryan Denham
Anxiety around phone calls is fairly common. How can we best combat this nervousness?By A Moment of Science (amomentofscience.org)
The Peoria Public Schools board votes on a new three-tier schedule for district students, financial troubles arise for the owner of Northwoods Mall in Peoria, and 'The Voice' contestant and Peoria Native is set to sing the National Anthem at the Peoria Chiefs' Independence Day game. These stories and more can be found on CIProud.com.…
Most states don't allow transgender people to correct their names on marriage certificates, even after going through a legal name change. Legislators and advocates hope to make Illinois the second state to permit marriage certificate name changes.By Christine Hatfield
Stories include the FBI searching for a kidnapped girl from Peru, IL, a chemical plant explosion in Rockton, and financial troubles for the owner of Peoria's Northwoods Mall.By WMBD News
The Bloomington-Normal Black History Project is sponsoring a series of virtual discussions next week to mark Juneteenth, a holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States.By Jack Graue, Eric Stock
COVID-19 caseloads, hospitalizations, and deaths have steadily dropped recently in the United States. As Illinois moves into a full economic reopening, it's easy for some to act like the pandemic is over. But in India, a major crisis rages on. Bloomington-Normal's Indian community wants others to pay attention.…
This week, Zach talks about the importance of keeping our focus on Jesus every day. This is such an important part of our faith, and Zach dives into what it looks like to focus on Jesus' resurrection and promise of eternal life in the midst of everything else the world tries to offer. Check out this encouraging message to learn more! (6/13/21)…
Does getting work done in coffee shops actually help productivity levels?By A Moment of Science (amomentofscience.org)
“An unexpected spring afternoon thunderstorm heading towards the Chilterns, recorded from a first floor window of our house. All the usual features are here: the steady rumble of a passing storm, the dripping of rain off the plants in the garden and off the thatched roof and the growing boldness of the birdsong as the storm recedes.” www.cuddington…
You are to admit to your rebellion- cry out to Jesus Christ who stood between the living and the dead, for only in Him is there new life.By Philip McCollum
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