Small churches are dying, right? Especially small, rural churches. Besides, people can now “do church” online,” so why do small, rural churches need to struggle to stay open? Mr. Jon Hansen, Assistant Director of Village Missions, argues that more than ever people need to connect with other people in church, even in a small rural church. Therefore, more than ever small rural churches need pastors who will respond to the call to minister in unique and very important settings to share the gospel with unbelievers and to encourage the faith of believers: to Preach the Word and Love the People! Contact information: villagemissions.org / firstname.lastname@example.org
Jon Hansen delivers the good news on his Block Club Chicago podcast
WGN Radio host Jon Hansen joins Anna to talk about the recent launch of “It’s All Good,” his new podcast with the great folks at Block Club Chicago. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3847024/3847024_2021-06-11-220724.64kmono.mp3
WGN’s Jon Hansen brings good news from around Chicago with new podcast, ‘It’s All Good’
Let’s face it, we could all use a little good news this year. Luckily, WGN Radio’s Jon Hansen is here to bring the good word. He joins John Landecker to share the stories behind his new Block Club Chicago podcast. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3832382/3832382_2021-04-27-153822.64kmono.mp3 ‘It’s All Good’ is available now wherever you get your podcasts.
Wintrust Business Lunch with Jon Hansen 10/6/20: Stimulus negotiations scrapped, analyzing your 401(k) and The Second City up for sale
Wintrust Business Lunch
Segment 1: Jon Najarian, founder of marketrebellion.com, joins Jon Hansen to talk about what is moving the stock market today. Segment 2: Bankrate analyst James Royal talks to Jon Hansen about how you can tell if your 401(k) retirement plan is either too conservative or too aggressive. Segment 3: David Whitaker, President and CEO, Choose Chicago, tells Jon that Condé Nast Traveler announced today that Chicago was voted the best large city in the United States in its annual Readers’ Choice Awards. Segment 4: WGN Reporter and Crain’s Daily Gist host Amy Guth gives us a round-up of the latest business stories including The Second City going up for sale, Apple announcing a big new event and Boeing saying COVID-19 will cut demand for planes for a decade. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3788190/3788190_2020-10-06-221830.128.mp3
Implementation and Evidence-Based Practices with Jon Hansen
Chris and Marcus sit down with Jon Hansen from the Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) to discuss his experience starting out as an institution counselor, becoming a policy and program analyst, and his current role in the community corrections division of DOC. We reference the study Street-Level Decision Making: Acceptability, Feasibility, and Use of Evidence-Based Practices in Adult Probation (2017) by Jill Viglione from the University of Central Florida. The study raises several issues with the implementation of evidence-based practices in corrections, and we question whether problems with implementation are unique to the criminal justice system. You can find more information on this episode and related links at CorrectionsCommunity.com
027 - Trade, Treachery & Murder on the Yukon River (feat. Jon Hansen)
We're hitting the microfiche to bring you a slice of Alaskan history that is very special to our special guest WGN-Radio man & host of The Jam on CW26, Jon Hansen. And then Nat is bringing us back home to 1987 Chicago for a brief overview of The Max Headroom Incident.Follow Jon @JonHansenTV on Insta & TwitterHis show, The Jam, is @TheJamTVShow on Insta & Twitter - Like it on Facebook here.Grandpa Elbridge BeanGreat Grandma GenevieveGreat Grandpa James MonroeMax HeadroomStill from Max Headroom HackMERCH: Snag some Shared History merch and get stylin’!SOCIALS: Follow Shared History on Twitter & Instagram and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts! Like Arcade Audio on FB.SUPPORT: DYK you can support us on Patreon? Just become a patron of Arcade Audio and let ‘em know you love us. - We have some new, exclusive bonus content coming to Patreon soon.Sources for James & Genevieve Bean Story: Genevieve’s diary, The Life and Times of JW Clark BransonSources for Max Headroom Story: Vice (<- This is the best source on the incident!), Wiki, Endless Thread PodcastOriginal Theme: Garreth SpinnOriginal Art: Sarah CruzAbout this podcast:Shared History, is a comedy podcast and history podcast in one. Hosted by Chicago comedians, each episode focuses on obscure, overlooked and underrepresented historical events and people.SPONSOR: This episode was sponsored by RAYGUN. Shop raygunsite.com, use promocode PEWPEW for free shipping.Direct sponsorship inquiries to email@example.com
Entrepreneur, global business expert, podcaster, speaker, author, moderator…philosopher!And now one of the most famous people you'll never hear about––because Jon Hansen is also a highly successful ghostwriter!Jon helps leaders share their stories in a compelling, engaging way. Along the way, he gives us an inside look into the minds of these remarkable people.Learn more about Jon and his services at GhostwriterAuthor.com!Learn more about Jim Bouchard and THE SENSEI LEADER MOVEMENT at TheSenseiLeader.com
Tuba player, producer, and recording engineer Jon Hansen released an amazing record called Metallurgy. Listen in to find out how he made it and what else he's been working on since moving from Seattle to Zurich.