Faith

Luke Smallbone (For King and Country)

By: NNuser

Luke joined Jerry and Blanca to talk about how being a part of one of Christian music's fastest up-and-coming bands, and a musical family has meant to them. And with two boys, traveling, and some very personal life experiences over the last two years, there's been plenty of material for inspiration for many of the songs on their upcoming album, which comes out September 16th.

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The Story Project - Bonnie

By: NNuser

Due to difficult circumstances in Bonnie's life, she became homeless. Soon, she became ill with pneumonia and was hospitalized. After 4 days in the hospital, she was released, but still had no place to live. Fortunately, thanks to her friend, Bonnie was able to live in a hotel for 3 weeks. During all these challenges, she listened to WGTS 91.9 which brought her hope and peace. Overall, she was able to have a stronger relationship with God and is thankful for WGTS 91.9 for being an inspiration to her life.

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The Story Project - Nicole

By: NNuser

Nicole had been listening to WGTS all week during the Spring Fundraiser and really wanted to donate. But, she is a government contract whose company lost their contract. As of the end of May, she would be out of a job. She was terrified but felt somewhere deep down that this was right. She called in to give $1,000 on faith. The next day she was contacted by a recruiter and had a Skype interview. A few days later, Nicole received notice she had been chosen for the position!

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The Story Project - Carrie

By: NNuser

In October 2007, Carrie's one year-old daughter started having severe medical problems. From May 2009 to the present, they have been going to Johns Hopkins in Baltimore. During all of those drives, they always listen to WGTS 91.9. Her daughter had 9 surgeries in the first five years of her life for one rare thing after another. She lived in severe pain for the first years of her life. Listening to WGTS 91.9 while driving to countless medical appointments, countless medical tests, surgeries, and hospital stays, brought hope and encouragement to Carrie's family.

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The Story Project - Carrie's Husband

By: NNuser

Carrie's husband is an Air Force pilot and he deployed in May 2013. Originally the deployment was supposed to be for seven months but was extended to 10 months (300 days). It's the longest deployment since they've had children. Their children are 9 and 7 years old, and they have really missed their daddy. But her husband has been listening to WGTS 91.9 overseas, and it has helped connect them despite the distance, knowing that he is listening to the same radio station that they are. 

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The Story Project - Daniel

By: NNuser

Daniel was out of a job, and eventually found one out of state (in Michigan) and had to be there during the week and come back home on weekends to be with his wife. As you can imagine, it was very difficult for them, until he put a prayer request on WGTS 91.9's Prayerworks about finding a job closer to home. Almost immediately, he got responses that people were praying for him. Several days later he got an offer for a job here in DC area and he's so excited. 

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The Story Project - Jim

By: NNuser

In 1997 Jim was following a path of loyalty to the Lord when his fiancé died in a car accident. He became a very bitter man which led to womanizing, alcohol, drugs, and violence. As a result this lifestyle landed him in jail. However, Jim was invited to a Church in jail where he became a Christian. When he got out, he decided to look for something inspirational and by accident he found WGTS 91.9, which he says uplifts him and helps him stay on God's path.

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Aaron Shust

By: NNuser

Aaron Shust will be in town for a special concert with some friends April 24th--The Morning Rises Tour, and Jerry and Blanca got to talk to him about the tour, and how God recently healed his son in a miraculous way. If your faith could use a little boost--check out this interview.

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Natalie Grant - Full Interview

By: NNuser

Jerry and Blanca sit down with singer/songwriter Natalie Grant, and talk about her event for women "Dare to Be" coming to Ashburn January 25.

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Pat Williams

By: NNuser

November is National Adoption Month, and Jerry and Blanca talk with co-founder and Senior Vice-President of the NBA's Orlando Magic, who has 19 kids--and 14 of them are adopted! http://patwilliams.com

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