People are impacted every day by what God is doing through WGTS 91.9, and we thought we’d share a few of the stories we hear each day with you.
Mark was born with Spina bifida, a condition that affects the spine, and has confined him to a wheelchair. Through multiple surgeries and other challenges, Mark has been able to see this as a blessing, and he shares how many of our greatest blessings come from our most difficult circumstances.
When she was in 4th grade, Sophia was bullied to the point where she endured a severe concussion. But she always looked forward to coming home where she knew she could find comfort because of what she heard on the radio. Watch her share her story about the way God used the songs on WGTS to help Sophia understand her worth.
When Cristine lost her business as a result of the flooding in Ellicott City, she found herself in the midst of some other storms. She shares how she found comfort and learned to rely on God like never before.
Every day, people like Cristine are growing closer to Christ through WGTS. So please consider giving – and share His hope with more people in our Nation's Capital.
We don't often know the strength of our faith until it's been tested. For the Kilareski's, their faith has been tested time and again as their children Matt and Sarah have each received difficult medical prognosis, resulting in several surgeries. Their mom, Carrie, shares how the family has learned to trust more in God through this, even while her husband John was deployed overseas.
After losing two friends while serving in Iraq, Dean began to suffer from survivors guilt. He turned to drinking heavily, and began to spiral out of control to the point where he didn't want to live any longer. But there was something Dean's wife was going to reveal to him that would change his life and perspective.
It seemed like it was one thing after another for Michelle. Her mother and close family member had been diagnosed with cancer, and then she learned her father was diagnosed. Besides that, she was in a bind financially and her car was about to be repossessed. It was at this point she felt like she had hit rock bottom. So she began driving aimlessly around (she figured they couldn't take her car if she was driving it) and while praying to God, decided to flip on the radio. Watch the rest of her story to see how God used WGTS and the music to reach Michelle at her lowest point to give her the courage to press forward.