Healing

Words of Hope #20 - The Park

Has it felt as though the whole world is shifting around you this year? You're not alone. But morning show host, Jerry Woods, reminds you that even in these moments, there is one thing that never does change.

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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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1-Minute Devotional: Water

By: Rob
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Maybe the past year has left you feeling all dried up, with nothing left to give. Chaplain Kumar shares there's a new life Jesus offers everyone, like water to drink that will never leave you thirsty again.

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Meet Me In the Stairwell: A 9/11 Poem

It's been 20 years since September 11, 2001. It's a day we will never forget. This beautiful poem captures the way so many felt that day.

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Crisis Response Guide

By: Jerry
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Professional crisis counselor, Dwight Bain, shares tips on how to cope when terrorism strikes close to home.

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How to help Haiti

In the aftermath of the devastating earthquake and aftershocks, there are more vulnerable people and children than ever. Here's a simple and effective way you can help today.

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Overcoming odds with Richard Andrew

By: Tom
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Richard Andrew's story is proof of God's transforming power in our lives - proof that God cares about every detail in our lives - even when we make mistakes.

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Brandi Lanai talks to 'The Courage Giver'

By: Tom
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She's known as 'The Courage Giver' because that's what she does — she brings hope and encouragement wherever she goes. But a near-fatal car accident 6 years ago changed RJ Jackson's life forever.

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Brandi Lanai catches up with Lauren Daigle

By: Brandi
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Lauren Daigle shares the story behind her new song "Hold On To Me".

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Meet Gary

By: Rob
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The story behind MercyMe's latest song "Say I Won't" is an encouragement to anyone who wants to know what it truly means to be alive, not just live.

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