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Air Time Weekly Release – Friday

June 19, 2020

June Twelfth, Not Juneteenth

As 2020 draws to a close, we'll be counting down our top four most downloaded episodes of all time. This week, we start with #4 on the list. Today is Juneteenth. It’s an important day in American history when the last African American slaves were finally told they’re free. This is particularly impactful as our country is in a cultural moment where we’re finally confronting systemic racism. Brian and Jannelle have been unashamedly discussing these issues from a Biblical perspective with both love and hope. But then June 12th happened. Someone called, and his words altered the course of the entire morning. 

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Brian Dahlen

Brian Dahlen became a Cleveland morning show host after working at Moody Radio in Chicago as a radio host, producer, and co-host of a weekly podcast. Brian caught the radio bug while teaching history at a public high school near Minneapolis, where he was cohost and producer of a weekly radio program. After teaching six years and graduating with a master’s degree in education, Brian lives with his wife and five children in Broadview Heights, Ohio.

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Jannelle Nevels

Jannelle Nevels brings a lifetime of experience to her role as a morning show host. She was born in the Dominican Republic and grew up in Providence, Rhode Island. She attended Oberlin College, where she met her husband, and then earned her degree in mechanical engineering from Case Western Reserve University. Jannelle homeschools their six children and manages the family's real estate business in Hudson. She has been a contributor to Pause for Prayer since 2012.

Brian and Jannelle Podcast

Brian and Jannelle are posing questions worth asking in their own unique style. It’s faith-based, straight-forward, highly compelling, and funnier than you might expect.