053 – David Dunn

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSDavid Dunn joins us as we get ready for Christian Fellowship Night!   Some of our favorite artists tweet their thoughts on Charlottesville and we talk about Daryl Davis, the black man gaining recognition for befriending hundreds of KKK members, causing many of them to denounce their affiliation. It’s been a rough … Read More

052 – For All Seasons

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSHear Rob’s answer to “97% of parenting is…” John’s take on eclipse mania and our friends Emily and Johnny (a married couple) from the band For All Seasons participate in the not-so-newly-wed-game. Catchy title huh? Will they be able to get their new single “Higher” played on Spirit or will they … Read More

051 – Greg Sykes

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSWe’re joined by musician and neighbor to the (way) North, Greg Sykes. We welcome Greg to the Rob and John family by asking him a series of questions about who he is and what makes him tick. Also, we cover some of the shortest held jobs we’ve ever had because you … Read More

I Heard “I Wanna Go Back”!

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Fill out this form when you hear “I Wanna Go Back” by David Dunn on Spirit 88.9 & 100.1!  One winner will be chosen and announced on air with John McCullough at 6pm Monday July 31st through Friday August 4th! You can enter multiple times a day for more chances to win, as long as your entry is received within … Read More

050 – Mike and Micah

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSThis week we are joined by TWO very special guests: Micah Tyler and Mike Weaver of Big Daddy Weave. Both artists are coming to Fresno along with We Are Messengers and Jeremy Camp for Kingdom Come at the Big Fresno Fair. So.. we only thought it appropriate to pit these two … Read More

John’s Faves – Tuesday 7/18

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  I love sharing some of my favorite stuff from around the internet. A good amount of it is nonsense because, well… a good amount of what’s on the internet is complete nonsense. With that being said, here’s what I found and loved today. I believe the hype… I honestly can’t remember more hype behind a single sporting event in … Read More

John’s Faves – Monday 7/17

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Once again, here is what stuck with me from around the web today! Usually when I talk about these things on air there’s an element of “you’ve gotta see it” so check out some of the things I’m talking about on my show tonight on Spirit. –John   You’ll be the talk of the workplace with this thing… Is this … Read More

John’s Faves Wednesday

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Just one for ya tonight. This touched my heart and was a huge reminder that we have a very real problem that is sometimes happening right around us. Pray for the victims of trafficking. Pray for our law enforcement that they would be able to have the tools to fight it. And pray for the men and women who perpetrate … Read More

John’s Faves – Friday July 7th

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Happy Friday! Here are my favorite things from around the internet today:   Sneaky Kyrie… I love these videos of pro athletes dressing up as older people. Whether it’s a skater, weight lifter or pro ball player like this video, they always crack me up. Watch “gramps” put on a clinic at the park.   Will it snowcone? The lads … Read More

John’s Faves – Wednesday July 5th

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I’ve gathered some more of my favorite time wasters from around the web today. Enjoy!   Girls use teamwork to get rid of a rat Sometimes you gotta handle things on your own. Bonus points to the girls for getting rid of it without killing it! (Link to the original post courtesy of UNILAD)   Which animal you see first … Read More