Here and Now

Here and Now

Join KFAN's Aj Mansour as he sits down with influencers of faith from the Twin Cities as they share their faith stories and what it means for them to live their life to the fullest for God. It's the "Here On Earth" podcast on the KFAN Podcast Network.

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October 9, 2020 33 min
Mauri Friestleben is a leader's leader. As the principal of North Community High School in Minneapolis, she has been reacting to the racial and social injustices that so many in the city of Minneapolis are experiencing. You guys, Mauri is standing up...TO EVERYBODY!

Her fight for justice has been directed at elected officials, the police, the citizens, the schools and more. No matter the audience the focus remains the same, to ...
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Minnesota Wild defenseman Matt Dumba has been very vocal of late advocating for social justice in our world and pushing to eradicate racism in the game of hockey. Sharing stories from his youth, the impact of the Hockey Diversity Alliance and his role in promoting "Black Lives Matter" on the NHL platform, Matt has paved the way for his peers and those looking up to him.
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Jamil Jackson is a member and one of the founders of the Minnesota Freedom Fighters, an elite security unit dedicated to protect the citizens and businesses of the Minneapolis urban areas. Our objective is not to be the police, but the bridge to link the police and the community together.
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Former Minnesota Vikings Pro Bowl fullback Jerome Felton joins from Atlanta to discuss some of the social unrest in our world and how athletes can use their platform for good.
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Principal Mauri Friestleben is the principal of North High School in Minneapolis. Prior to this school year, her first year at North, she spent 10 years at Lucy Laney Elementary in North Minneapolis. Her time there, her efforts and her radical approach to loving kids first is the focal point of a documentary film titled "Love Them First: Lessons From Lucy Laney Elementary. She is a real life superhero and the impact that she is...
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Timberwolves Chaplain and local pastor Matt Moberg is encouraging us all to have uncomfortable conversations on race. Pushing for systemic transformation, Matt is helping to lead the way in our community and is doing so by calling a spade a spade in the battle against White Supremacy.

► Follow Matt on social media - @MattMoberg
► Learn more about The Table MPLS - https://www.thetablempls.com/
► Listen to the last episode of "...
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On the first episode of the "Here & Now" mini-series author and professor Dr. Chrstopher P. Lehman joins to discuss his book "Slavery's Reach: Southern Slaveholders in the North Star State".

Learn how slavery in the state of Minnesota helped to form many of the communities we take for granted today.
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Today we introduce to you a new miniseries that we'll be launching as part of the Here on Earth podcast entitled "Here and Now". This miniseries will consist of conversations about race and racial equality. It's my belief that The Church should be leading these conversations and understanding that my experience and knowledge of racial injustice was inadequate, I'm embarking on a journey to learn and a journey to...
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He comes from the world of corporate America but dove headfirst into the world of Non-Profit and Writing. Multiple books and a successful non-profit organization later, Terry Esau is embarking on what could be one of his most meaningful works, "JE2US, a novel".

Learn more about today's guest at the following websites:
https://www.je2us.com/
https://fb4k.org/
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In a recorded conversation from the "Overtime w/Carly Zucker" podcast The FAN's Carly Zucker and special guest co-host, AJ Mansour, are joined by Twin Cities' own, Tyler Moon. Tyler shares his incredible story of faith after suffering a cardiac arrest at the age of 25 during the TC 10 Mile, and surviving, all thanks to divine intervention.
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Minnesota Vikings punter Britton Colquitt shares his testimony and his story from Knoxville, Tennessee all the way to the NFL...with a few bumps in the road along the way. But ultimately, God opened his eyes and taught him that he no longer has to be a slave to fear.

It's the Here on Earth Podcast!
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Principal Mauri Friestleben is the principal of North High School in Minneapolis. Prior to this school year, her first year at North, she spent 10 years at Lucy Laney Elementary in North Minneapolis. Her time there, her efforts and her radical approach to loving kids first is the focal point of a documentary film titled "Love Them First: Lessons From Lucy Laney Elementary. She is a real life superhero and the impact that she is...
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Ben Utecht is a former MN Golden Gopher star and he's a former Super Bowl Champion, but now his mission is to launch and be a part in the world's next male super group. Out of that conversation and lots of prayer came "reBORN the Group" and on this episode of the Here On Earth podcast Ben shares the vision and the story behind reBORN.
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Minnesota basketball legend and former Minnesota Timberwolves point guard Tyus Jones is headed to the Memphis Grizzlies on an amazing new contract that he's worked incredibly hard to earn. While we're happy for him and his new opportunity, we're sad to see him go as well. Earlier this year I sat down with Tyus to talk to him about his faith and faith influences, as we send him off to his new opportunity in Memphis let&#...
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You might think you know the story of how Kirk Cousins ended up in the NFL and with the Minnesota Vikings but what if we told you that there's more to it than meets the eye? Kirk's life has been highlighted by his desire to strive for a relationship with Jesus and through ups and downs that's where his attention has gone. He's a deep, analytical thinker and sometimes that gets the best of him, but at the end of the ...
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What would you do if you received bad news that wasn't really bad? For "Jack's Basket" founder Carissa Carroll and her family, they took their so called bad news and turned it into a joyful blessing and a mission that has blessed the lives of more than 1,500 other family's. Over the past few years, Jack's Basket has celebrated the lives of hundreds and thousands of babies born with down syndrome. Their organ...
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The voice of the Minnesota Vikings, the host of #92Noon and the race announce from Canterbury Park Paul Allen steps into the host chair this week on the Here on Earth Podcast to interview our normal host Aj Mansour about his faith.

With the tables turned we get a look at what Aj believes, how his faith was shaped, how God impacts him daily and his hope for the next generation!

It's the Here on Earth Podcast on the KFAN Podcast Ne...
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This week we're joined by the lead singer and guitarist for the band No Longer Music. Along with his work with the band, Ben Pierce is the Director of the Come&Live! branch of Steiger International, a ministry focused on reaching out to the lost generation & youth culture throughout the world. But here's the kicker you won't see street corner condemnation and wrath of God judgement coming from No Longer Music an...
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