WWIB/WOGO Podcasts

WWIB/WOGO Podcasts

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Mabel Louise Steward on Tuesday, February 5, 2019

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 as heard live at 11:15, Tuesday morning on wwib. 

2/5/19-Shawn Tolleson-Pt.2

Each weekday Greg Steward visits with some of the best know athletes and coaches in the world about their sport and their faith. The show is heard weekdays live at 5:45pm and 6:45am on WWIB.
Shawn Tolleson was the Texas Rangers Pitcher of the year in 2015 when he went 6-4 with 35 saves and a 2.99 era. But after his second Tommy John the 31 year old former Baylor Bear decided a comeback wasn't going to happen. The guy who was a finalist for the Cy Young award 4 years ago joins Greg on Sports and Commentary to talk about the tough decision to hang up his glove and how his faith has given him peace through his recent journey. Part 2 of a series.

2/05/19 Morning Show Highlights

  • I scream, you scream!
  • YouTube.
  • Dream jobs.
  • So you think it's bad in Wisconsin?

2/3/19 Chippewa Valley This Week:Bakken Offered Job as Altoona Police Chief; Suicide Awareness; Gov. Evers

Chippewa Valley This Week

Black River Falls police chief, Kelly Bakken, says her qualifications to be Altoona's next police chief extend beyond heading the BRF police department the past 18 months. Meanwhile, on a below-zero night, January 31st, 261 people turned out at Micon Cinema in Chippewa Falls for a showing of the movie, "Suicide: The Ripple Effect." The event was put on by Shaun & Tim Curtis, in memory of their 19 year old son, Dominic Curtis, who took his own life this past November 25th. Shaun tells us what a great young man he was, and about their efforts to launch a foundation in his memory. In a related conversation, we talk to Barb Habben, Education/Program Coordinator with NAMI(National Alliance on Mental Illness) Chippewa Valley. Finally, we hear a portion of Gov. Evers meeting the Chippewa Valley media during a stop in Eau Claire, the day after his State of the State Address.