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Hello and welcome. You're listening to sermons from the audio archives of Christian counselor and speaker, George Stahnke. We hope that you enjoy these sermons that are full of practical wisdom and solid truth to help you grow in your relationship with Christ. Log on to RenewalMinistriesCS.org for more information and resources available to you.
 
This is the new podcast spinoff of a long-running live video series produced by PeakRadar.com, the Pikes Peak region’s cultural website. It features interviews, performances, behind-the-scenes access, sneak previews, and personal tours highlighting the rich cultural life of our community. Peak Radar Live: Later is hosted by Angela Seals, Deputy Director of the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region, with technical direction from Studio 809, and a rotating array of special guests from all c ...
 
Range & Slope is an audio journey through Colorado. It is a show best listened to on headphones on a snow-capped mountain peak, a wide-open prairie, or a dust-painted mesa. We represent Colorado brilliantly in sound, telling stories that shine a light on Colorado life. Each episode opens and closes with an intriguing soundprint from somewhere in the state. Episodes also feature an audio story creatively produced by one of the devoted audio storytellers who make up The Range and Slope Collect ...
 
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Creek Week events give you an opportunity to take care of our local water resource. It’s the largest watershed clean-up in the state of Colorado. Fountain Creek Watershed Outreach Coordinator Alli Schuch shares the exciting events offered during Creek Week, September 25 – October 3, 2021. Also get an update on the projects of the Fountain Creek Wat…
 
On this week's podcast Bob and co-host Kevin discuss extensive vandalism at a Colorado Springs city park, and deliver some harsh words to those responsible. You've never heard them be this forthright about a topic before. They also discuss the start of the fall foliage season; an award given to Bob; and why is there a shortage of Gatorade? Article …
 
In celebration of Arts Month 2021, A Music Company Inc. is producing a one day blues music festival, Blues on the Mesa, featuring national and regional artists. Live on the Street correspondent A.B. Lugo caught up with festival organizer Amy Whitesell at one of the summer concerts leading up to the Festival – to hear more about what's planned and w…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss the closure of a 14,000' peak by the private land-owner and the reasons why it was closed. Also a discussion about whether or not to use hiking poles; tarantulas in Colorado; and more. Colorado Sun article about Mt. Lindsey closure: https://bit.ly/3z7tHDR Outside.com article about hiking pole us…
 
Monument, Colorado has a lively arts community that will be showcased at two local events in the coming week - Front Range Open Studios (Sept. 11-12) and Monument Art Hop (Sept 16). We take you live to beautiful Bella Art & Frame gallery to visit with local arts leaders organizing both events. Let's learn more about these opportunities to explore t…
 
How do our local city and county governments compare to other communities in Colorado and the nation? How does this affect our quality of life? Get an advance look at the Local Government section of the Pikes Peak United Way Quality of Life Indicators Report, Peak Progress. Andy Gunning, Executive Director of Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments,…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss a proposal to make Pikes Peak into a national park; new trails being built in North Cheyenne Canon Park, and associated trail closures; fall colors are coming; and recent interactions with listeners of the podcast. Vote for this podcast! https://www.facebook.com/groups/outdoormediaawards TV repo…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss hikes they did to mountain lakes; talk about news reports of encounters with moose and a mountain lion and whether you should be worried; they also talk about a 5 year-old boy who through-hiked the entire Appalachian Trail with his parents; a trail closure due to flooding, and more. This episode…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and Kevin discuss why some recent backcountry rescues went well due to hikers being prepared. Also, they discuss people taking up residence in our forests, including a discussion about a recent news article on the subject. Rescue on Boundary Peak: https://www.oklahoman.com/story/news/2021/08/08/ou-professor-ron-bolen-des…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and Kevin catch up on recent events: Kevin climbs another 14'er, and to an alpine lake, and Bob and Kevin hike on Pikes Peak. Bob asks listeners to vote for his photography: http://www.hikingbob.com/vote-for-bob.html Also, they ask everyone to take a poll at Elevatethepeak.org South Slope Recreation Area info: https://co…
 
Bob's guest this week is Jennifer Peterson, the Executive Director of the Rocky Mountain Field Institute (RMFI). They discuss this years 40th anniversary of the founding of RMFI, their current work on the Devils Playground trail on the west side of Pikes Peak, and on the Barr Trail on the east side of America's Mountain. Also, their recently comple…
 
The Demographics council of the Peak Progress Quality of Life Indicators Report share the contributions they’re making to the next version of the report. They’re providing tools to make it easier to understand who lives in our region and how that is changing over time. Data can be overwhelming but it can tell us a lot about the place that we live. …
 
Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Director Karen Palus is Bob's guest on this week's podcast. A semi-annual guest, she talks with Bob about the opening of the new Pikes Peak Summit Complex and the Colorado Springs Sesquicentennial. They also discuss a study that evaluated the needs of the parks department in terms of infrastr…
 
On this week's podcast, co-host Kevin joins Bob for a lively show. They discuss Kevin's recent trip to Capitol Reef National Park, and a caving misadventure. Also in this podcast: parking reservations for Quandary Peak, and the need to plan ahead in general for outdoor recreation; Colorado Springs 150th Anniversary Celebration; free Colorado State …
 
On this 5th Anniversary episode, Bob's guest is Colorado Springs TOPS Park Ranger Supervisor Gillian Rossi. They talk about Leave No Trace principles and why they are important for the health of our parks and open spaces, and the wildlife in them. They also discuss the role of park users in influencing other park users to follow LNT principles. Lea…
 
On this week's podcast, Mandy Horvath returns to tell the story of her history-making ascent of Mt. Kilimanjaro. She talks about the physical and emotional affects of her visit to Tanzania and of her climb to the summit of the mountain. You'll be in awe of her most recent accomplishment. Mandy Horvath on Instagram: @lifeproofbionicwoman Mandy's web…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob's guest is Kate Miyamoto from the Colorado state office of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. They discuss the role of BLM, it's land holdings in Colorado, to include recreational lands and more. After the podcast, Ms. Miyamoto provided more information, that can be found here: https://bit.ly/3qNm6bd This week's podcast…
 
Get a tour of the new El Paso County Master Plan recently adopted by the county commissioners. Mark Gebhart, Deputy Director of Planning and Community Development for the county, provided this overview at the June 16, 2021 Sustainability in Progress meeting. LINKS: Your El Paso Master Plan – project website El Paso County Planning and Development T…
 
The newly-opened Boot Barn Hall is already wowing audiences with its impressive venue in the rapidly changing North Gate area of Colorado Springs, Colorado. Founded by locals with world-class ambitions, the Hall now welcomes touring international, national and regional acts on the main stage, and hosts lively "Sunset Patio Sessions". We talk with C…
 
On this week's episode, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss Bob's recent hikes in the Roosevelt National Forest, and wonder why trails that were destroyed by fire at the same time as the Waldo Canyon Fire have been rebuilt, while Waldo Canyon is still unrestored. Also, Bob reviews some products he's been sent, and a product Kevin will be testing. Also, l…
 
Join us live in beautiful Green Mountain Falls, CO as this summer's Green Box Arts Festival begins. Their robust festival lineup features the first James Turrell Skyspace for the state of Colorado, New York’s American Ballet Theatre, concerts, NEW events, classes, camps, culinary arts and more through July 11. Details here. Peak Radar Live features…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob's guest is Avery, the host of the "Crispy Soul Podcast". Avery explains what a "crispy soul" is, and then she and Bob discuss their adventures in outdoor recreation, how she got started hiking and camping, including mistakes made along the way. Avery also talks about how outdoor recreation helps her mental state, and gen…
 
How do we ensure all Colorado children are engaged in outdoor learning experiences? Appreciation for nature, the great outdoors, conservation and sound environmental stewardship don’t just happen. They are the result of positive experiences and good information and education. In this episode, we hear from two environmental education leaders who are…
 
On this week's podcast, co-host Kevin finishes reviewing the hiking he did in National Parks in New Mexico. Bob talks about visiting the soon-to-be completed Pikes Peak Summit House; they also discuss pre-planning hiking trips and being prepared; is Pikes Peak the right hike for your first 14'er; and more. Ten Essentials: https://bit.ly/2TxGWid Roc…
 
The arts are hitting the streets of our community in a new way thanks to Colorado College's new Mobile Arts program! The vividly painted truck is crisscrossing the region with high quality, free arts experiences. We hear from Dr. Naomi Pueo Wood about the generous creativity fueling the new program's travels. Watch the video version of this episode…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss Kevin's recent trip to a few National Parks in New Mexico; the "Recreate Responsibly" campaign, and what you should do if your favorite trail is busy; answering a listener question; and more. Recreate Responsibly: https://www.recreateresponsibly.org/ Pocket Pals Trail Maps: https://www.pptrailma…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob's guest is Wesley Trimble, the Communications and Creative Director for the American Hiking Society. He and Bob discuss the origins of AHS, it's mission, membership and National Trails Day. It's an interesting discussion about an influential group. This week's podcast sponsored by Springs Homes (www.springshomes.com) Ame…
 
We take you live to the new Weidner Field in Downtown Colorado Springs for a creative look at the state-of-the-ART new stadium! From the massive Epicenter sculpture at the entrance to a vivid series of 9x12' images by internationally-known artist LeRoy Neiman exhibited publicly along its outer wall, you'll get a colorful look at the recently-unveil…
 
On this week's podcast, the guest is physical therapist and "The Healthy Hiker", Alicia Filley. A frequent guest on the podcast, and Bob's resident expert on fitness, she talks about how to get rid of the extra "COVID weight" many people seemed to gain, and how to exercise at home to get in shape for the summer hiking season. The Healthy Hiker webs…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob chats with Mandy Horvath, the "Lifeproof Bionic Woman". Mandy recounts the traumatic event that permanently changed her life, the challenges that followed, and her accomplishments along the way. Her next challenge is to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, and she talks about her preparation and fund raising efforts for the climb. Man…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss an illegal hiking group of 153 people in the Grand Canyon; more land access restrictions coming; and should Gold Camp Road in Colorado Springs be permanently closed?; Colorado Public Lands Day https://copubliclandsday.com/ Please consider becoming a patron of this podcast! Visit: https://www.pat…
 
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