I have heard from so many women who say that Mother's Day just does not capture what they are experiencing in their lives. So, when I read this blog by Amy Young, I felt that she captured every mother's heart for herself and those around her. Here's to all of the moms! May they be represented well.
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.
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.
Summer is the perfect season for grilling--here's some tips to help make sure your dinner off the grill is perfect!
Stunning Yosemite National Park sets the stage for this late 1920s historical romance with mystery, adventure, heart, and a sense of the place John Muir described as "pervaded with divine light."
On this date in 2002, American Idol debuted! Mandisa was on Season 5 of the show and finished 9th in the competition. Join us on June 22nd at The Plaza at Tyson's Corner to see her perform live for free!
The Washington Capitals have won the Stanley Cup -- and now it's time to celebrate! With an estimated 100,000 people expected to show up for the parade, we want to make sure you have the latest road closure details if you plan to head downtown for the festivities.
This is not the end of your story. Author Kathey Batey understands the trauma of divorce and wants to guide you with compassion and hope to your future.
Each summer, parents and caregivers are given the task of entertaining their kids. Outside of camps and daytime activities, another really great idea is a bored jar. The very first time one of the kids says, “I’m bored!” you can whip out the jar for them to choose an activity.