Family

The Story Project: Doug Hill

By: RobC

After nearly losing his wife to a brain aneurysm, Doug Hill recalls those excruciating days and how much WGTS encouraged him and kept him at peace.

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The Story Project - Dean

By: RobC

After losing two friends in Iraq, Dean turned to the bottle. But there was something his wife would reveal to him that would change their lives.

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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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Story Project - Michelle

By: RobC

She felt called to be a mother, but Michelle waited 20 years and endured a number of miscarriages. In the midst of it all, she discovered a way to remain encouraged and hopeful. Find out what God was up to the whole time.

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The Story Project: Suze

By: RobC

Suze never thought that Christian music would be something she and her kids would ever listen to. Yet after going through a painful divorce and trying to keep it all together, she discovered something she really needed.

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The battle is not yours

By: RobC

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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Get the most "bang" out of your 4th

By: RobC

Whether you'll be hitting the road or sticking around town, Tom Miner shares the best way to celebrate this 4th of July weekend.

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Breakaway - Rev. Jeffrey Thames Sr. - May 27, 2017

By: Claude

On this episode of Breakaway, Kevin speaks with Rev. Jeffrey Thames Sr. about his organization Hope Restored Inc. Hope Restored Inc is dedicated to helping those returning from prison find hope and get a second chance at life. 

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Parenting struggles: control

By: RobC

If you find yourself on an uphill battle when it comes to getting your kids to do what you want them to, you are not alone. Many parents today, including us, struggle with finding a balance of how much control to give our children. Dr. Leonard Sax, a family doctor, says American families are facing a crisis of authority. Jerry & Blanca talk to him about finding a balance between treating a child like an adult and giving a child the authority of an adult.

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Summer fun in D.C.

By: Brennan

If you're looking for things to do in DC to make memories with your family this summer, check out the list of events across the area.

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