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Best Colorado Springs podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Colorado Springs podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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A look into the lesser known murders and true crime of Colorado. Learn about dark tales from Colorado and the murderous history of the Mile High City. Contact the host at: coloredredpodcast@gmail.com and find the show on Facebook or Instagram @coloredredpodcast to see photos associated with each case.
 
On Valentine’s Day 1985, Cassandra Rundle and her two children were found slaughtered in their Colorado Springs home. For weeks, police tracked down men who responded to a personal ad she left in the back pages of a newspaper, looking for love. 35 years later, her killer remains free. This is Colorado Cold Case Season 4: The Lonely Hearts Murders. Reported and hosted by Lance Benzel and Olivia Prentzel Produced by Katie Klann
 
Pastor Ted Haggard is the founder of New Life Church and Senior pastor of St James Church in Colorado Springs, Co. Join Pastor Ted as we study through the Bible each week. The mission of Saint James Church is to fulfill the great commission, to make disciples by fulfilling the great commandments to love. St James is a love reformation church.
 
Experience recent messages from the women's ministry of New Life. From our annual "Daughters" conference to our "Celebrate Women" events, the women of New Life join together from all walks of life together to worship, minister to one another, and hear dynamic teaching.
 
Here at New Life Young Adults we're passionate about addressing topics that are not just interesting but pertinent to life as a young adult in today's world. That's why our monthly series cover a wide range of topics from friendships to finding God's will for our lives to scoring the digits of that guy or girl you've had your eye on. Everything we talk about is geared to help your life practically and to equip you to live in God's best for your life. Tune in and see what God would speak to y ...
 
Meet your hosts Scott Hormann and Phil Santucci. Phil is the current producer of the weekly Co Prep Spotlight TV Show that airs on AT&T Sports Net. He has deep knowledge for high school sports and is in tune on a daily basis with the latest news and stories. Scott is enjoying his first year of retirement from coaching high school baseball at Heritage High School in Littleton, CO. After a long and successful career on the diamond, Scott has decided to cross over to the dark side and join the ...
 
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Deb Walker of Citizens Project joins Councilman Bill Murray A meaty subject for Councilman Bill Murray and Deb Walker of Citizens project to discuss: Policing. Transparency. Open dialog. Deb’s questions. A citizens committee. Incarceration. Open carry. Taking things to extremes. What is the Storm Water Syndrome? The post Council Matters: Policing i…
 
On this week's show, Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Director Karen Palus stops in for an interview. Bob and Karen discuss the effect of COVID-19 on the departments operations, over crowding and budget; the attempts to re-open the Manitou Incline; recent land acquisitions for open space and parks; the progress on the Pikes …
 
On University of Colorado, Colorado Springs Week: Can fruit flies help us understand more about human neurological disorders? Eugenia Olesnicky Killian, associate professor in the department of biology, determines how their genes can help us understand our own. Dr. Olesnicky Killian completed an undergraduate degree in Biology from Drew University …
 
On Longwood University Week: PTSD sufferers can look to re-wire their brain by getting outside. Catherine Franssen, associate professor of psychology, says nature can help restore balance in our heads. Dr. Catherine L. Franssen is the director of the NeuroStudies minor and an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at Longwood Universit…
 
Last week on the local newscast we aired a story from Juneteenth , where hundreds of people convened in Rifle to protest against police brutality and to stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. This special public affairs program dives deeper into the events of that day, and features speeches, chants, and interviews with protestors…
 
Amidst concerns of a spike in confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Garfield County, town and county officials have been trying to get the message out to residents of the importance of taking precautions against the disease, including a public conversation with Parachute Police Sergeant Justin Mayfield, who contracted the virus in March. KDNK’s Amy Hadden…
 
On Longwood University Week: We need a cancer treatment that leaves behind adverse side effects. Amorette Barber, associate professor of biology, details one such method that is on the way. I am an Associate Professor of Biology in the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences. My research focuses on tumor immunology. Current cancer treat…
 
On this week's podcast, it's just Bob as he talks about a situation on a recent hike that necessitated the need for a SAR team. Find out all the details on this podcast. Colorado Search and Rescue Fund Please consider becoming a patron of this podcast! Visit: https://www.patreon.com/hikingbob for more information. Hiking Bob on Facebook, Twitter, I…
 
On Longwood University Week: Campuses are stepping up to help those in need. Ian Danielsen, assistant professor of social work, looks at programs designed to help those with disabilities get the education they need. Assistant Professor Ian Danielsen earned his Master of Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1992. He then worked for t…
 
On Longwood University Week: There’s lots to consider when deciding whether to trust someone. Sarai Blincoe, associate professor of social psychology, explores three things we look to give us answers. Dr. Sarai Blincoe is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology and the Assistant Dean of Curriculum and Assessment in the Cook-Cole Coll…
 
On Longwood University Week: We should look to change how we view addiction. Kevin Doyle, associate professor of education, describes better ways of treatment. Dr. Kevin Doyle is a professor in the Counselor Education program at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia and Chair of the Department of Education and Special Education. Prior to that,…
 
What is the source of conflict among you? Pastor Glenn Packiam preaches from James 4 about how God diagnosis our destructive behavior by revealing our disordered desires. Our hearts are bent inwards on themselves. But God's desire for us is stronger than our desire for Him. His grace reorders our desires, redirects our affections, and restores our …
 
Ron Jones Ezekiel 37:1-10 (NKJV) The hand of the Lord came upon me and brought me out in the Spirit of the Lord, and set me down in the midst of the valley; and it was full of bones. 2 Then He caused me to pass by them all around, and behold, there were very many in the open valley; and indeed they were very dry. 3 And He said to me, “Son of man, c…
 
Who is Melchizedek, and how does he relate to Jesus? In this episode, we explore how Jesus & Melchizedek are kings & priests of righteousness and peace. Our covenant world is more than we think!Follow along at our social outlets: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joylandlife/Zoom: https://www.zoom.us/j/3377733377Joyland App: https://tithely.app.li…
 
Who is Melchizedek, and how does he relate to Jesus? In this episode, we explore how Jesus & Melchizedek are kings & priests of righteousness and peace. Our covenant world is more than we think!Follow along at our social outlets: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joylandlife/Zoom: https://www.zoom.us/j/3377733377Joyland App: https://tithely.app.li…
 
On Wednesday, June 24, 350 Colorado hosted a webinar to discuss trends in regenerative agriculture with researchers Nicole Civita of the University of Colorado Boulder and Dr. Dawn Thilmany of Colorado State University. Wendy Peters Moschetti, director of strategic initiatives for LiveWell Colorado , also spoke about her organization's rebranding a…
 
On this Student Spotlight during New York University Week: Do Americans care about economic inequality? Shahrzad Goudarzi, doctoral candidate in psychology, looked to find out. Shahrzad Goudarzi is a fifth year doctoral student in New York University’s Department of Psychology. She grew up in Tehran, Iran, and received her B.A. in Psychology from t…
 
On New York University Week: Teacher retention is a big issue in education. Luis Rodriguez, assistant professor of education leadership, looks into how teacher evaluation systems play a role in turnover. Luis A. Rodriguez is Assistant Professor of Education Leadership in the Department of Administration, Leadership, and Technology at NYU. Dr. Rodri…
 
Last Friday marked the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth, the effective end of slavery in the United States. To celebrate the occasion residents from the Colorado River and Roaring Fork Valleys gathered in Rifle Colorado to speak out against police brutality and systemic racism. They were met there by another group of protestors. KDNKs Lucas Turner r…
 
On New York University Week: Will future artificial intelligence help or harm the human workforce? Robert Seamans, associate professor of management and organizations, weighs in. Robert Seamans (PhD, UC Berkeley) is an Associate Professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business where he teaches courses in game theory and strategy. Profess…
 
You want their opinions? Now you got ‘em Councilman Bill Murray gets on a roll followed by Kent Obee and Gary Casimir. No toes untouched here. (Note: There was an unscheduled technical glitch that cut this segment short.) Drake (resolve distrust), 30 year plan, renewables, Covid-19, EIRP, loss of revenue, police review board (resolve distrust), dem…
 
On New York University Week: Should you change up your exercise routine? Susan Malone, assistant professor of nursing, determines if doing different types of exercise can help you not get bored. Susan Malone, PhD, is a senior research scientist at NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing. Her research focuses on bridging research in behavioral, biologica…
 
Paul Jones Jeremiah 18:1-6 (NKJV) 1 The word which came to Jeremiah from the Lord, saying: 2 “Arise and go down to the potter’s house, and there I will cause you to hear My words.” 3 Then I went down to the potter’s house, and there he was, making something at the wheel. 4 And the vessel that he made of clay was marred in the hand of the potter; so…
 
Pastor Ted teaches from Mark 4 on the Parable of the Seed. Website https://www.saintjameschurch.com/ Blog https://www.tedhaggardblog.com/ Zoom Meetings: Weekdays @10am & Wednesdays @7pm (Mountain) Click "Join Meeting" Use code 7193380079 For the Bible Highlights Booklet, write to: Saint James Church 4615 Northpark Dr Ste 203 Colorado Springs CO 809…
 
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