WWIB/WOGO Podcasts

WWIB/WOGO Podcasts

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Mabel Louise Steward on Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Image result for Mabel LouiseMabel Louise & Warren Steward founded WWIB in 1972.
Since the beginning of our broadcast ministry, Mabel Louise has played an active role in Bible teaching, counseling, and public speaking. Listen for her Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:15 am.

WWIB is 103.7 FM throughout western Wisconsin.

Translator stations:
93.5 FM in Marshfield
93.7 FM in La Crosse
94.3 FM in Wausau
Listen from everywhere at wwib.com streaming.

Mabel Louise, recorded on Tuesday at 11:15 am during her live broadcast.

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Mark Halvorsen tackles three stories: First, Terri-Jean Conlin, Associate Director of Development for Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Northwestern Wisconsin provides an update of their work, including the need for more male mentors(7min.); Second, Remy Diederich, Pastor of Cedarbrook church in Menomonie, discusses his new book, "Broken Trust: A Practical Guide to Identify and Recover from toxic faith, toxic church, and spiritual abuse."(4min.); Third, Dr. Byron Crouse, Director of the Wisconsin Academy of Rural Medicine, talks about recruiting and training physicians to work in rural Wisconsin(3min.).

8/8/17 Morning Show Highlights

  • Amazing Grace.
  • A visit with Tru Serva!
  • A noisy noise annoys an oyster!
  • Your so vain...