Mid-day host Ryan had a chance to chat on the phone with Chad Mattson, lead singer of the band Unspoken, who will be coming to the Gateway Church of the Nazarene on Friday, April 12th along with North Point Inside Out and Catie Hurst!Read More
This past Friday March 8th, 2019 was a very special day here at KCWN - Bev was joined in the studio from 7-9am by Many Hands for Haiti executive director Tim Brand for our very first “Sponsor-Thon!”Read More
I can’t say I pay much attention to the Oscars, but I do pay attention to Focus on the Family’s “PluggedIn” entertainment reviews!
They recently shared their 2019 “Movie Awards” - their picks and those of PluggedIn’s voters. I agree “Spider Man - Into the Spiderverse” was awesome!Read More
So who do you think will win the KCWN 2019 Music Madness contest? Post your pick on Facebook between now and March 10th; the first day of voting will be Monday, March 11th!Read More
Welcome to episode #5 of The Bev and Steve Show here at KCWN! This week Bev and Steve answer a bunch of your questions about pet peeves, “It’s in the Bible…but not really,” the five love languages, and of course, winter! Check it out right here at 99.9, Where Hope Shines!Read More
Mark your calendars and make sure to tune into KCWN on the morning of Friday, March 8th - Bev will be joined in the studio with Many Hands for Haiti executive director Tim Brand for our first ever “Radio Sponsor-Thon!”Read More
July 19, 2018 is a day that changed the Vermeer Corporation forever; last week mid-day host Ryan had a chance to sit down with Vermeer CFO Steve Fan Dusseldorp to chat about what happened that day, and what is happening these days at Vermeer.
If you missed the on-air broadcast this morning, you can access the audio anytime on our KCWN SoundCloud pageRead More
Last week Thursday I (Ryan) had the chance to sit down and chat with Vermeer CFO Steve Van Dusseldorp about the tornado that tore through the Vermeer campus back on July 19, 2018.Read More
Welcome to episode #4 of "The Bev and Steve Show" for Friday, February 8th! Today Bev and Steve take a nostalgic look back at galoshes, and Steve takes your questions about these topics: Can a man only have eyes for his wife? How do you memorize Scripture? Do Christians need to forgive? Visit KCWN on the web at wherehopeshines.org, and check out Pastor Steve at newtonway.org!Read More
Monday morning Bev had a chance to chat with the folks from Forward with Faith 818 about their efforts to build a home in Pella for adult men with disabilities and their upcoming 2nd annual Dessert Dash with featured speaker John O’Leary on Friday, February 8th! Check it out!Read More
Say hello to the final (very chilly!) weekend in January 2019! Here are some programming highlights for the upcoming weekend -Read More
The weekend is here at KCWN and as always we’ve got lots of great programming for you that only airs on Saturday and Sunday!Read More
Mike DeWine was sworn in as Governor of Ohio this morning, and he chose to do so by putting his hand on a Bible. All nine (!!!) of them!Read More
We’ve been talking about it forever, and now it is FINALLY live - the KCWN online Bible study courtesy of our own Sabra Dyas!
You can find it at wherehopeshines.org under the “Calendar” link. We pray it is a real blessing and encouragement in your walk with Jesus!Read More
When I was a little kid I dreamed of being Indiana Jones, traveling around the world on breathtaking adventures in search of hidden archaeological treasures. I’ve grown out of that fantasy, but I still love archaeology, especially the Biblical kind. Every year further physical proof mounts that yes, what the Bible records actually happened in real life.Read More
Were your favorite songs some of the most popular in 2018? Check out the top 75 from Christian Music Weekly!Read More
Welcome to episode #2 of "The Bev & Steve Show" on KCWN! On today's show Bev and Steve chat about frustration = unmet expectations, dealing with difficult people and situations during the holidays, the true meaning of Christmas, and their wish that we could stuff ourselves silly during Christmas, then hibernate until Easter and wake up skinny!Read More
Ok South Central Iowa parents (and beyond) of teenagers - what do you think? Is homework the #1 thing stressing out your kids? Is homework today more stressful than it was for us because teens today have so many other things competing for their time (sports, activities, social media, video games, etc.)? Or is the amount of homework in and of itself THE problem?Read More