People are impacted every day by what God is doing through WGTS 91.9, and we thought we’d share a few of the stories we hear each day with you.

The Story Project - Brian and Jennifer

Brian wanted to propose to his girlfriend, Jennifer, and he wanted to make it big. Since she is a huge Newsboys fan, he contacted WGTS 91.9 and asked the station for our help. We were more than happy to be part of the celebration! This is the story of the proposal that happened at a special backstage meet and greet event right before DC Fest 2013.

The Story Project - Dawn

Dawn is a bus driver for Fairfax County Public Schools who just got an excruciating diagnosis. Yet, she has chosen to praise God in the midst of it, and uses it as an opportunity to witness.

The Story Project - George

George is a truck driver who spends a lot of time alone on the road. One day, something happened where he felt especially alone and in need of comfort from God. Then he heard something on the radio.

The Story Project - Michael

May 15th, 1987 Michael's life was changed in an instant. How do you pick up the pieces and learn to move forward after a tragedy? He shares what encouraged him to continue pressing on.

The Story Project - Erica

Erica had been finding it hard to put past hurts behind her with her family. She shares how WGTS 91.9 helped her realize there was freedom in forgiveness, and how it transformed her relationship with them. 

The Story Project - Christy

Christy's life changed forever when her 3 1/2 year old son, Christopher died in a tragic accident. This mother of four was ready to give up on life...but God, through the songs on WGTS 91.9, reached out to her and gave her hope in the midst of the darkest time of her life. Hear the story of how God carried her through, and where He has led her since.

The Story Project - Bonnie

Due to difficult circumstances in Bonnie's life, she became homeless. Soon, she became ill with pneumonia and was hospitalized. After 4 days in the hospital, she was released, but still had no place to live. Fortunately, thanks to her friend, Bonnie was able to live in a hotel for 3 weeks. During all these challenges, she listened to WGTS 91.9 which brought her hope and peace. Overall, she was able to have a stronger relationship with God and is thankful for WGTS 91.9 for being an inspiration to her life.

The Story Project - Nicole

Nicole had been listening to WGTS all week during the Spring Fundraiser and really wanted to donate. But, she is a government contract whose company lost their contract. As of the end of May, she would be out of a job. She was terrified but felt somewhere deep down that this was right. She called in to give $1,000 on faith. The next day she was contacted by a recruiter and had a Skype interview. A few days later, Nicole received notice she had been chosen for the position! God hasn't just blessed her to be able to support WGTS, but all of this tells her that this is right where she should be. 

The Story Project - Carrie

In October 2007, Carrie's one year-old daughter started having severe medical problems. From May 2009 to the present, they have been going to Johns Hopkins in Baltimore. During all of those drives, they always listen to WGTS 91.9. Her daughter had 9 surgeries in the first five years of her life for one rare thing after another. She lived in severe pain for the first years of her life. Listening to WGTS 91.9 while driving to countless medical appointments, countless medical tests, surgeries, and hospital stays, brought hope and encouragement to Carrie's family.

The Story Project - Carrie's Husband

Carrie's husband is an Air Force pilot and he deployed in May 2013. Originally the deployment was supposed to be for seven months but was extended to 10 months (300 days). It's the longest deployment since they've had children. Their children are 9 and 7 years old, and they have really missed their daddy. But her husband has been listening to WGTS 91.9 overseas, and it has helped connect them despite the distance, knowing that he is listening to the same radio station that they are.