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Words of Hope #21 - Backyard

There are things you can learn when you're willing to slow down and look up. Blanca shares what these last few months have taught her.

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Cabin Fever Bingo!

The perfect solution if your kids are already going stir crazy!

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The Story Project - Joe

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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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

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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How to avoid arguing this Thanksgiving

Worried Thanksgiving will be ruined by arguments about the election? Here are 20 strategies to build unity using healing topics to block political conflict.

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Hometown Hero Feeds Her Community

By: Jerry
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Blanca introduces us to a local woman from Hyattsville whose made it her full-time job to help feed the hungry in her neighborhood.

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Vermelle Greene "Please Teach Me Like I’m A Boy: Ten Steps to His Success in School and in Life"

By: Claude

Kevin Krueger spoke with Vermelle Greene, author of "Please Teach Me Like I’m A Boy: Ten Steps to His Success in School and in Life".

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Shalaine's Run & Postpartum Support VA

By: Claude

Kevin Krueger spoke with Joanne Bryant from Shalaine's Run, Karin Mahoney and Mara Watts from Postpartum Support. They discussed postpartum depression awareness, what to do if you suspect a loved one is suffering and a virtual run happening this month in honor of Joanne’s daughter Shalaine.

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