Family

The Story Project - Joe

By: Anonymous

Following his wife's death, Joe was looking for a way to move forward. He shares how God led him to to WGTS and become an important part of this family.

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The Story Project - Sophia

By: Anonymous

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.

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Eclipse safety tips

By: Tom
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Don't go blind watching the eclipse! Here are some helpful tips.

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Get to know Johnny & Stacey

By: Brennan

Some new friends are joining the WGTS family and can't wait to get acquainted with you on your afternoon drive home. Here are a few little-known-facts to help you get acquainted with them.

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The battle is not yours

By: Anonymous

His brother was addicted to meth for 10 years and lost everything of meaning in his life. Josh Havens of The Afters shares a story of a king thousands of years ago to encourage anyone who has ever felt they are too far gone from God's love and grace that there is always a way around.

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Becky Kopitzke “The Cranky Mom Fix"

By: Claude

Kevin Krueger spoke with Becky Kopitzke, author of “The Cranky Mom Fix: Get A Happier, More Peaceful Home By Slaying the Momster In All of Us”.

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Michael Black “Pressing On, Finishing Well”

By: Claude

Kevin Krueger spoke with Michael Black, author of “Pressing On, Finishing Well”. An interesting discussion of how focusing on how we’d like to be remembered when we’re gone affects how we live now.

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Books to fill your summer

By: Stacey
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Author Carrie Turansky joins Stacey to talk about her new title No Ocean Too Wide and how she is thriving through her current battle with cancer.

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Hometown Hero: teen baker feeds the hungry

By: Jerry
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Michael Platt has his own business, and he's only 13. He uses the profit to help others.

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My Dearest Dietrich

By: Stacey
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Stacey Stone sits down with author Amanda Barratt to talk about Dietrich Bonhoeffer and his great lost love.

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