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The Pilgrim's Progress from This World to That Which Is to Come is a Christian allegory written by John Bunyan and published in February, 1678. It is regarded as one of the most significant works of religious English literature, has been translated into more than 200 languages, and has never been out of print. The author says in the preface " I have endeavored as far as possible to avoid hard and technical expressions, and I cannot but think that the mere fact of the brevity of the words mus ...
 
De Heilige Oorlog van John Bunyan hoort samen met De Christenreis en De Christinnereis tot zijn populairste werken. Eigenlijk zijn het diepzinnige stripverhalen die de geestelijke geheimen van het geloof in beeld brengen. In De Heilige Oorlog wordt de stad Mensziel door de Diabolisten veroverd. Na allerlei verwikkelingen ontzet Prins Immanuel de stad. Hem komt alle eer toe. Zo tekent Bunyan de doorgaande strijd om jouw hart en leven. Hij laat zien wat God in Christus door Zijn Woord en Geest ...
 
A journey that takes the hero, Christian, through the varied landscapes that constitute life and through the events that happen to human beings is the plot of The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan. Readers who have read and loved Louisa May Alcott's Little Women would recall the many references to this 17th century work of religious fiction. The Pilgrim's Progress is based on several values based in the teachings of Christianity. The importance of using the Bible as a guiding principle in li ...
 
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Jason Durham has had the fishing volume at "5" for the first couple weeks of angling. But now that his regular job of molding young Nevis minds has ended for a few months, he just turned the volume up to 11. He's got a ton of great info (as always) for a great weekend of fishing plus another fast five where he expounds on the joys of peanut butter.…
 
Mandy Uhrich found a sliver of free time to join the show. Late May through June is tournament time and she's either competing, donating, serving or all three. Plus her Lakeland Public TV features are starting soon and Commando has come calling. We get all the details plus great tips for multi-species action in the Brainerd Lakes area. Oh, and her …
 
Mike Frisch of "Fishing The Midwest" returns to talk early season walleye and multi-species fishing. Mike updates the Alexandria area fishing scene and discusses his early season trips to Big Stone. Plus, an update on The School of Fish and his first ever Fast Five.Bởi info@podcastone.com
 
Bruce Jean of Rainy Lake Guide Service is back and recaps the first couple weeks of walleye season. He's been fishing Mille Lacs and is headed to Rainy this weekend. He discusses the struggle of Rainy Lake residents with the water at near historic highs. Plus, he's got the Bruce Jean Joke of the Day (Warning: Ouch.) and endures his first Fast Five.…
 
Rick Bruesewitz is the Aitkin Area Fisheries Supervisor and he's here talk about one of the gems in Paul Bunyan Country, Big Sandy Lake. In particular, he's got the details on a walleye movement study being done on the lake. Plus, Will Pappenfus talks early season Bemidji area fishing and his attempt to claim the title at the Gary Newell Memorial W…
 
Chris Haley, Bemidji High School Fishing Coach, checks in to preview the upcoming year. They open it up this Sunday with a multi-species tourney on Lake Bemidji. Chris discusses the growth of the program and the two prong approach he has. Plus, Leech Lake Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Cindy Wannarka is now a Fishing Tournament Directo…
 
The Minnesota Fishing Challenge returns to Gull Lake Saturday, June 4th and Tourney Director Bernie Barringer has the details. This is a truly unique fishing event and a very important fundraiser for Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge. Bernie has the event details and discusses the Adult & Teen Challenge Program.Plus, our first Lake of the Week with …
 
Chuck Hasse of Leisure Outdoor Adventures joins the show to talk opening weekend and early season Leech Lake fishing and what we can expect in the next month or so. Plus, he blows Kev away with his Fast Five. Also Steve Scepaniak discusses opening weekend when you're NOT fishing for walleyes.Bởi info@podcastone.com
 
Bro Brosdahl has an opening weekend tradition. He & main squeeze Heather fish someplace they never have before. This year's adventure: Rainy Lake. Bro has the details plus everything he's heard from around Paul Bunyan Country. He also talks new toys, the state of the lakes and is grilled with his first Fast Five.…
 
Opening weekend has come and gone, but fishing season has just begun. Carl Adams from Timberline Sports in Blackduck says it looks like a good one. The fish were biting on the opener, the number look good and the sizes look great. Red was stellar, Blackduck was producing as well. And those that made their way to the top of Minnesota were having a b…
 
The Governor's Fishing Opener came to the heart of Paul Bunyan Country. In a unique twist, the Chippewa National Forest & the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe are the hosts in the heart of the forest. We were in the heart of the forest at the Norway Beach Visitor's Center and had conversations with with DNR Commissioner Sarah Strommen, Fisheries Head Brad…
 
The opener is upon us and there will be more than a few boats on the water in the Brainerd Lakes area. DNR Area Supervisor Marc Bacigalupi joins Kev to take a look at the state of the fishery in Brainerd. Plus, Toby Kvalevog of Leisure Outdoor Adventures gives his take on the opener and answers the bell for a fast five.…
 
Bemidji Area Large Lake Specialist Tony Kennedy is back, this time to talk about Red Lake. Tony discusses the new 4 walleye limit, the expected rebound from a tough year and even the status of big crappies and trophy pike. Plus, Scott Mackenthun the Hutchinson Area Supervisor and an outdoor writer, talks Central MInnesota fishing and his expectatio…
 
Erik Osberg of The Outdoor Report checks in with Kev to talk Otter Tail Country as we put the spotlight on the County of A Thousand Lakes. (1,048 to be exact). Like most people we've talked with this spring, the water was still frozen on most of the lakes when we talked but that's clearly not the case now. He discusses the state of the fisheries of…
 
Dick Beardsley of Dick Beardsley Fishing Guide Service previews the opener and while the weekend and wind took care of a lot of ice, there was still some out there when we talked Friday. Plus, Dick survives a Fast Five and we put the spotlight on Park Rapids as the countdown continues to opener. We hear from the new Park Rapids Area Fisheries Super…
 
Large Lake Specialist Carl Pedersen has all the details on another one of Paul Bunyan Country's gems...Leech Lake. Leech is a lake where you can catch practically anything (except maybe sturgeon). How's it looking for 2022? Plus, Steve Scepaniak is ice free down his way and he's ready to go.Bởi info@podcastone.com
 
Baudette Area Fisheries Supervisor Phil Talmage discusses the fishing factory known as Lake of the Woods. Walleyes, sturgeon, bass, muskies, northern, panfish...Lake of the Woods has it all in spades. Plus, Nate Blasing of the Walleye Alliance is back to discuss legislative goals, most notably the quest for a statewide four walleye limit.…
 
DNR Large Lake Specialist Tony Kennedy helps put the limelight on Cass Lake and the Cass chain. An amazing fishery with a completely natural population of walleyes and muskies, Cass Lake just keeps crankin' them out. Plus Andrusia, Wolf, Kitchi, Big and Pike Bay are just a few of the other tasty options on the chain. Tony covers it all. Plus, part …
 
For a couple of years, Winni anglers have been telling us they've been seeing and catching tons of small walleyes, and that the future was going to be very bright. It appears the future is now. Grand Rapids Area Fisheries Supervisor Dave Weitzel has all the details, plus we head to the backyard and ask the DNR's Non-Game Wildlife Spokesperson Lori …
 
As we get ready for the (hopefully) soft water opener, we drill down on Paul Bunyan Country's "gems". First up, legendary Mille Lacs. Tom Heinrich, Milles Lacs Area Fisheries Supervisor has all the details. Plus Nicole Lalum of Explore Minnesota on the Governor's Opener coming to the heart of Paul Bunyan Country.…
 
Moose populations in Minnesota aren't exploding, but they've turned around a bit in the latest population survey in northeast Minnesota. The DNR's Glenn DelGiudice joined Kev Jackson to share the latest, discuss the concerns and outline the possibilities of moose populations. When you live in a state where one of your most famous (fictional) reside…
 
A new MP3 sermon from The Narrated Puritan is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Praying In The Spirit and With The Understanding - What is Prayer? Subtitle: The Narrated Puritan - T M S Speaker: John Bunyan Broadcaster: The Narrated Puritan Event: Audio Book Date: 4/21/2022 Bible: 1 Corinthians 14:15 Length: 32 min.…
 
Dr. Debbie Guelda is an Aquatic Biologist at Bemidji State University. Her specialty is rivers. And though Paul Bunyan Country is all about the lakes, it's also the headwaters of the Mississippi. Debbie discusses the importance of rivers in PBC and the world and discusses how the 2021 drought effected rivers in the state. Debbie takes us to the riv…
 
We check in with Leisure Outdoor Adventures' Jason Freed. He's also part of the Walleye Alliance and will be working hard at their annual spring banquet Thursday night. He talks about the Alliance and its goals, what's happening Thursday night, and the upcoming (alleged) soft water season.Bởi info@podcastone.com
 
As the snow eventually melts, many of us will be raking, mowing and cleaning up around the yard. We'll also be camping and enjoying evenings outdoors. All of these activities often involve fire. DNR Forester Ben Lang talks fire safety, restrictions and concerns, particularly coming off a very dry year. He's got suggestions and reminders for us.…
 
Spring break for Paul Bunyan Country anglers means early season walleyes and big sturgeon on the Rainy River. Bruce Jean of Rainy Lakes Guide Service talks about a favorite fishing spot for early April on the northern edge of Paul Bunyan Country.Bởi info@podcastone.com
 
Turkey hunting is the newest version of spring fever. As turkey populations continue to grow ever larger in the north country, the popularity of spring turkey hunting has exploded. We preview the upcoming season and discuss how things look for turkey and other wildlife populations after a cold winter with a lot of snow.…
 
For those of you who don't know, Matt Breuer is a Registered Sleep Technologist. With the possibility of staying on daylight saving time, inquiring minds (well, at least Kev) wanted to know how that would affect us humans. Plus, we talked burbot and the ice fishing season, the upcoming turkey season and we even talked a little edible hunting.…
 
Minnesota DNR Conservation Officer Jeff Johanson heads up the Training Office in Camp Ripley. He and the DNR are in the midst of a recruiting push aimed at talented people looking for a career change. The opportunity to sign up ends April 8th and he tells Kev Jackson how it all works, plus a look at DNR law enforcement in general and next steps if …
 
Garrett Haglin has braved the tough sledding and managed to get on the ice several times this winter in the Brainerd Lakes area. He's got the details, plus talks about his Florida fishing experience and the upcoming soft water season. Plus new products and he survives the Fast Five.Bởi info@podcastone.com
 
Dick Beardsley of Dick Beardsley's Fishing Guide Service and Brady Laudon of Visit Bemidji join the show to talk about...shock!...fishing. Brady and Dick both guide on area lakes and both love the area. We talk about a tough winter of ice fishing, the approaching spring, social media and fishing and we grill them with a Fast Five.…
 
As we have discussed multiple times this winter, the mighty Eel Pout is getting some love. It has just been designated as a game fish this year. What does that mean exactly and what comes next? Nathan Olson, designated DNR Burbot Guru, lays it out on the latest PBCO Podcast.Bởi info@podcastone.com
 
Grand Rapids Area Fisheries Supervisor Dave Weitzel has the details on proposed management plans for a number of Grand Rapids area lakes. You can put your two cents in as well. We put the spotlight on the east side of Paul Bunyan Country.Bởi info@podcastone.com
 
Beth Holbrook of the Brainerd Area Fisheries Office and Bethany Bethke out of Duluth, are heading up a very important DNR study on perch. The numbers are down and so are the sizes. They're taking a deep dive to find out why. Perch are a hugely popular game fish (particularly during ice season) but perhaps even more importantly, they're a huge part …
 
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