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Willie and Elaine Oliver on Trial Marriages Part 2

Willie and Elaine Oliver on Trial Marriages Part 2

August 25, 2006 by  
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Willie and Elaine Oliver, marriage and family consultants, join Dr. Gerry Fuller to discuss trial marriages. The Olivers explore the damages of trial marriages. They encourage making true commitments in one of life’s most sacred institutions.

Willie and Elaine Oliver on Trial Marriages Part 1

Willie and Elaine Oliver on Trial Marriages Part 1

August 25, 2006 by  
Filed under Breakaway

Willie and Elaine Oliver, marriage and family consultants, join Dr. Gerry Fuller to discuss trial marriages. The Olivers explore the damages of trial marriages. They encourage making true commitments in one of life’s most sacred institutions.

Cream of Wheat

Cream of Wheat

August 11, 2006 by  
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Sorry to be blunt, but your programming is boring and predictable. It seems like you play the same songs, about the same time every day, and most of them are as bland as plain Cream of Wheat. I’ve lived in this area for five years, and you still have some of the same songs in your playlist that you were playing then (Michael W. Smith, “Come just as you are,” are two that come to mind). A little more variety would be appreciated (listen to WRBS), including other songs from current albums – not just the so-called “hits.”

Thank you. – Richard

Cream of Wheat … mmmm. Richard, you just took me back to some good childhood memories. My mom used to make us hot cereal every morning, and sometimes it was Cream of Wheat, Cream of Rice, Zoom, oatmeal, whatever, but it was always piping hot and it filled you up. Kept you until lunch. Sometimes we’d have it with just salt for seasoning (otherwise it really was bland), or maybe a big tablespoonful of peanut butter, sometimes sugar, cinammon and raisins, but however it was made, it was always good. I still love Cream of Wheat to this day.

Ok, now that I’m past the food, thanks for not sugar-coating how you feel. WGTS 91.9 plays older music because listeners ask us to play certain songs for longer periods. I Can Only Imagine from Mercy Me, for example, has been out for years now, but is still a most requested song, so we continue to play it. Did you know that we add new music, new songs, almost every week? We actually don’t even receive CD’s from most record companies anymore. We get a list of songs that we are able to download and listen to, but the traditional album gets bypassed in order to get the new music on the air even faster. Our Listener Advisory Board helps us rate those new songs so that we know whether to keep playing them or not. If you’d like to join, we’d love to have you.
Thanks for keeping in touch. We’ll work on throwing in a few new spices for you. – Ty McFarland

Thanks, Danielle!

Thanks, Danielle!

August 11, 2006 by  
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I just wanted to thank everyone who works at WGTS for their dedication to Christ. I have been going through a tough time lately and I’ve found listening to your station to be refreshing and a great way to keep my focus on the life God has planned for me. I also want to thank the people who speak in the name of Christ on your station.

Thank you all!!

-Danielle 🙂

Britnee is Found!

Britnee is Found!

August 7, 2006 by  
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Britnee is SAFE and at HOME after 7 days.

Thank you for all of the assistance, care, love and prayers that went out to find her. The amount of support that was received to find her is mind blowing.

Larry C. Harris – “It All Starts at Home” Part 2

Larry C. Harris – “It All Starts at Home” Part 2

August 4, 2006 by  
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Gerry Fuller interviews Larry C. Harris the author of “It All Starts at Home.” For celebrators of family and anyone looking for practical ways to strengthen familial ties, “It All Starts at Home” is both grace and gift. Readers will be touched and challenged by the saga of parents who simply did their best to raise a very large family. Listen to Part 2 below.

Larry C. Harris – “It All Starts at Home” Part 1

Larry C. Harris – “It All Starts at Home” Part 1

August 4, 2006 by  
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Gerry Fuller interviews Larry C. Harris the author of “It All Starts at Home.” For celebrators of family and anyone looking for practical ways to strengthen familial ties, “It All Starts at Home” is both grace and gift. Readers will be touched and challenged by the saga of parents who simply did their best to raise a very large family. Listen to Part 1 below.

Have You Seen this Girl? – FOUND

Have You Seen this Girl? – FOUND

August 4, 2006 by  
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Photobucket - Video and Image HostingWhen I was growing up I remember seeing those milk cartons with the pictures of missing children. Honestly, I didn’t give it much thought because either I didn’t know them or figuring I’d never see them anyway. Then there was Elizabeth Smart. That really changed my perspective a bit as I realized there really is hope. The media hyped it up, but a good person who had seen her picture helped find her captors.

Sadly, there is a 15 year-old girl from Springfield who is missing. I don’t even want to imagine what her parents must be going through, but I’m sure they are just beside themselves. Her name is Britnee Marshall and she was last seen on July 27th. They say she could be anywhere at this point from Virginia to California. She deleted all her e-mails, my space, old cell numbers, and shredded all of her journals.

Please keep this family in your prayers, at the very least. If you do happen to have any information, please contact her dad at Jeff@re-aligned.com and of course your local police department.

–RC