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The Story Project - Karen

By: Anonymous

While Karen has been battling cancer, she told us she's found hope in the songs on WGTS. And when we learned of her bucket list, our team worked to help her check one important item off. See what we got to do and hear the impact this has had on her.

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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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Oct
22

One Heart, Two Homes Co-Parenting Conference

09:00 AM - 03:00 PM

Jay and Tammy Daughtry of Co-Parenting International (http://coparentinginternational.com/) will share a comprehensive and multi-media look at co-parenting between households. Attendees will learn the elements and dynamics of navigating through the challenges of co-parenting relationships, and also will be able to utilize the information taught in future co-parenting challenges for single parents and blended families formed as a result of death, divorce, deployment, or separation.

  • $20.00
  • Arlington Church of Christ
    20 North Irving Street
    Arlington, VA 22201
  • Ray or Vanessa Hall, Blended by Grace Ministries, Arlington Church of Christ

    703-528-0535

Danny's Masterpiece

By: Anonymous

We learned a lot about Danny Gokey when he stopped by with Johnny & Stacey. Learn how he met his wife, and what inspires him.

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Shante Harris Superville – Facing Autism with Children Everywhere (F.A.C.E)

By: Claude

April is Autism awareness month and on this episode of Breakaway, Shante Harris Superville, Founder and CEO of F.A.C.E – Facing Autism with Children Everywhere joined Kevin Krueger to talk about Autism, share her story and what her organization is doing to help families.

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Sarah Mackenzie “The Read Aloud Family: Making Meaningful and Lasting Connections with Your Kids”

By: Claude

There has been so many tech advances over the years and we have smart phones, tablets, all kinds of app and websites. There’s no shortage of ways to be entertained; especially for our children. However, with those advances we've seen in some cases that they can cause people to become disconnected. On this episode of Breakaway, Kevin Krueger speaks with Sarah Mackenzie. She wrote a book called “The Read Aloud Family: Making Meaningful and Lasting Connections with Your Kids”.

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CSM Rich Greene (Ret.) - Mighty Oaks Foundation

By: Claude

On this episode of Breakaway, Retired Command Sergeant Major Rich Greene from the Mighty Oaks Foundation shared how the Mighty Oaks Warrior Program is assisting our nation’s military veterans and their families as they transition back into civilian life and find a new life purpose through hope in Jesus.

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Hometown Hero: Mike Tikoyan

By: Blanca
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The family of a fallen Sergeant got an amazing show of love and support from an area businessman. See who did this amazing act of kindness, and why we chose them as our Hometown Hero.

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How to have "The Talk" with your kids

By: Blanca
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Ready or not, kids are talking about “it” with their friends and they need to hear the truth from you!

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