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Words of Hope #19 - Charlie Brown

Sometimes it seems like our problems have no solution. During the pandemic, it feels like there's no end in sight and we have no options. Producer Spencer reminds you that with God, all things are possible, and finds a creative solution to a problem he's faced recently.

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Your family's stay-at-home bucket list

By: Brennan

Grab the Stay-at-Home Bucket List, find a creative activity, and make lasting memories with your family. Download the PDF here.

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Brother - Seth and Nirva (Special WGTS Video)

Maybe you've heard the special remix of this song on WGTS recently. Due to popular demand, we've put together this special video that you can share with others.

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WGTS Celebrates Our Graduates

Jerry Woods hosted this special online event to celebrate our 2020 graduates.

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Conversations About Race You've Always Wanted to Have but Didn't Know Where to Start

On episode two of "We Need to Talk" Jerry and Claude tackle a listener question about "Should they talk to their black friends about race, even if they've never done it before, and how to start the conversation."

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How to stay strong as a parent during crisis

By: Stacey
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How to stay strong as a parent during crisis. Parents all over the country and the world have been learning on the fly how to parent in a crisis. Read More.

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Matthew West is living that "Quarantine Life"

By: Rob
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We’ve all been living that Quarantine Life. So, Matthew West wrote a song about it. Had to release a little bit of the crazy! Hope it puts a smile on your face.

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#WGTSHeroes examples

By: Stacey
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WGTS 91.9 wants you to show your love and appreciation for hospital workers, first responders, grocery store workers, and anyone who is on the front lines during these times. Make a sign, like in this picture, and post it on social media with the hashtag #WGTSHeroes. Show your love for those who are working round the clock to keep us safe!

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How NOT to get on each others nerves while stuck at home

By: Becky
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Experts share how to help families from getting impatient with one another while working in close quarters and not being able to get out.

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Everything you need to know about COVID-19

By: Brennan

Find the latest information on the virus and how to protect yourself and your family here.

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