Be a part of spreading hope to our community May 9-13
At WGTS 91.9, we believe in the power of prayer–to comfort, to offer hope.
And as a special limited-time gift during Spring Fundraiser, we’d love to help start a new tradition in your home–by helping keep prayer a priority with this Prayer Jar.
How does it work?
Use the attached prayer cards (coming soon!) to write in a prayer request when God inspires and put it in the jar. Then, perhaps a month later, lift the cards from the Prayer Jar and see how God has blessed you, or brought you through a challenging time of life, bringing hope to you.
Just make a monthly gift of $40 or more during Spring Fundraiser as supplies last
We all feel the need to want to belong and know our lives have purpose. At WGTS 91.9, we believe in prayer–this sense of community and of not being alone–that can bring hope to a person’s heart.
Everyday, we hear from people who are looking for hope, looking for meaning in their lives. And many have found hope because they learn of Jesus as they listen.
Prayer = Hope
God created you for something incredibly special. And it’s our prayer that through this media ministry you will grow in your walk with Him.
Here are some ways people are finding hope around the DMV:
Your opportunity to get involved in what God is doing through this ministry is coming soon! We’re asking that you be in prayer about what you can do to spread hope around the DC area during Spring Fundraiser this May.
Spring Fundraiser | May 9 – 13
Ways to Get Involved:
- $40/month – Friendship Circle
- $100/month – Leadership Circle
- $400/month – Manager’s Circle
As a token of our thanks, you’ll receive your very own Prayer Jar for recurring gifts of $40/month or more. Learn More
Hearing the news of Prince’s passing today got me thinking about a cover he did of a Christian song “What If?” by Nichole Nordeman. Here’s what she had to say about the song:
“For anyone who has ever struggled to openly share the hope of Jesus with a friend, Nichole offers “What If,” from 2005’s Brave. “I wrote ‘What If’ for a friend of mine who isn’t a Christian,” she explains. “I think it’s so important to have people in our lives who don’t speak our same faith language. And to dialogue about that without feeling the pressure to say the right thing, to point to the right book or to argue someone into the kingdom of God. At the end of the day, it has to be about love.”
Here’s the Youtube video (Nichole)
Here’s Prince’s version
Featuring Laura Story April 29th at Immanuel’s Church.
Jamie Grace has come a long way since she was discovered through YouTube videos by Christian music veteran TobyMac back in 2010. Her life has always seemed to revolve around music, growing up playing instruments and singing both in church and at home with her older sister, Morgan. She’s only 24, but in that span she has already racked up several big hit songs (You Lead, Hold Me, and Beautiful Day) plus numerous awards and nominations (Grammy’s & Dove Awards).
But don’t be deceived by her youth. Being in front of audiences from a young age has helped her gain a unique perspective on life and relationships. One thing she’s learned is how sharing your personal struggles can heal, not only yourself, but others who may be experiencing the same thing. She’s been open about being diagnosed with Tourette syndrome when she was only 11, and how God has helped her overcome this as a singer.
She now has her Bachelor’s degree in children’s ministry, which she has used to help speak wisdom and love to kids and young adults through her Vlog (video blog) The Jamie Grace Show. Check out one of her recent videos about how to date & still have friends:
And don’t forget, Jamie Grace is our special guest for Washington Adventist University’s Family Fun Festival on Sunday, April 10 from 12-5pm. It’s a free event featuring bounce houses, a petting zoo, a gymnastics show, and much more!
THE WGTS 91.9 COMMUNITY SHRED OVER!
Thank you for helping to make it a success! There is another opportunity to shred those unwanted documents on April 23 from 8am-noon. This is not a WGTS-sponsored event but a courtesy of the Fairfax County Government. Restrictions may apply.
Fairfax County will not shred documents for businesses – even if documents are delivered by an employee who is a county resident. These events are only for residents to destroy sensitive material they have from their home. If you require written certification of document destruction, it is recommended that you contract individually with a shredding service provider.
WHEN: April 23 | 8am – 12pm
WHERE: Fairfax County Government | Mason District Government Center
6507 Columbia Pk., Annandale 22003