Everyone needs a moment each day to experience God's love. Author Sandra Byrd shares about her life, her friend's lives and how she experiences God's love in her new The One Year Experiencing God's Love Devotional.
Blindspot is the story of FBI agent Declan Grey. He is in the chase of his life--but isn't sure exactly what he's chasing after.
So tired from caregiving for an elderly parent that you are ready to give up? Cynthia Ruchti has written a book for you. As My Parents Age: Reflections on Life, Love and Change brings about a better understanding of the heart of caregiving and the realization that you are not alone. Stacey Stone interviews her here.
Your Positive Mid-Day Pick Up
They often joke that their family is God's favorite sitcom! Johnny and Stacey will bring hope, faith and laughter to your afternoon while keeping the main thing the main thing. Johnny was a 7-year-old boy when he declared to his friends that he was going to be on the radio when he grew up (they laughed) and Stacey is a Texan who still carries the swagger of her home state along with the accent. During your afternoon drive or homework hour Johnny and Stacey will find ways to bring your faith to life and your family an uplifting message to end your day with.
Matthew West tells Johnny and Stacey why he's looking forward to WGTS Fest and stories behind some of the songs he'll be singing.
A spring time snowstorm is brewing! Our Chief Meteorologist, Doug Hill, talks about how much snow the D.C.-area will see by Wednesday night.
Alli Worthington is the author of the new book Fierce Faith: A Woman's Guide to Fighting Fear, Wrestling Worry, and Overcoming Anxiety.
Johnny and Stacey share these Words of Hope that God is the author of every chapter in your life, so don't be afraid to turn the page.
For some reason, the WGTS 91.9 team wasn’t invited to Pyeongchang for the Winter Olympics. In the search for an Olympic sport that they might be able to learn this week, they headed to the National Capital Curling Center in Beltsville, Maryland. What ensued next can only be described as “unique.”
Even if your kids don't attend a school where a shooting has taken place, they can still suffer from Secondary Traumatic Stress. Psychologist Dwight Bain shared these coping strategies with us.
The little fingers curling around the fence wrapped around my heart at that moment.