See You At The Pole 2014 is coming up on Wednesday, September 24th! WJTL will be out broadcasting live at various schools in our community. You will also have a chance to call in to The Listener Hotline to report on your school. (Hotline #717-459-3702)
This year’s theme is:
NEVER STOP PRAYING, ESPECIALLY FOR OTHERS.
EPHESIANS 6:18a CEV
# Never Stop Praying
The 2014 theme verse follows Paul’s famous passage on the armor of God, challenging and encouraging Christ followers to stand strong in the Lord and be His representatives to share the Good News of the Gospel. http://syatp.com/
Under The Radar can be heard on WJTL Fridays at 10PM. They play some great gourmet music from undiscovered and often under-appreciated Christian artists. They just came out with their Best Album Picks for the first half of 2014 and their Best Song Picks for the first half of 2014. A lot of them are artists that you hear on WJTL! Artists like: Ellie Holcomb, John Mark McMillan, Needtobreathe, Rend Collective, Switchfoot, All Sons & Daughters, Peter Furler Band & JJ Heller! Be sure to check out their lists and find some new favorite “Under The Radar” artists to listen to this summer!
Also, Crowder is listed under Best Song Picks for “My Sweet Lord” with Emmylou Harris from his Neon Steeple CD. Ellie Holcomb is listed under Best Album Picks for “As Sure As The Sun”. You can catch both of these amazing artists on The Neon Steeple Tour, Oct. 10th at Lancaster Bible College! http://www.thejunctioncenter.com/
ANN D’ALESSANDRO –
‘Ragamuffin’ is based on the life of Rich Mullins, a musical prodigy who rose to Christian music fame and fortune only to walk away and live on a Navajo reservation. An artistic genius, raised on a tree farm in Indiana by a callous father, Rich wrestled all of his life with the brokenness and crippling insecurity born of his childhood. A lover of Jesus and a rebel in the church, Rich refused to let his struggles with his own darkness tear him away from a God he was determined to love. As he struggled with success in Nashville and depression in Wichita, Rich desired most of all to live a life of honest and reckless faith amidst a culture of religion and conformity.
Towards the end of his life he encountered a love deeper than he had ever known dying tragically in a car accident at age 41. (from http://ragamuffinthemovie.com)
**Everyone is encouraged to bring an unwanted pair of used shoes to donate to Lancaster Teen Challenge. Support micro enterprise ventures in developing nations and keep old shoes out of local landfills.
Ragamuffin Movie Tour: The True Story of Rich Mullins on Sunday, April 27th at 7:30PM at The Junction Center Tent in Manheim. For tickets and more information 717-459-3701 or http://www.thejunctioncenter.com/
Ann D’Alessandro – Lover of Everything Rich
Now that it is April and it actually feels like Spring, we have some upcoming events to motivate you to get out of the house, have some fun, help others and grow closer to God! Here are the events for April. You can see the whole list of events and get tickets at http://thejunctioncenter.com/
**Thursday, April 10th- The Recalibrated Tour with Red, Disciple, Spoken, Benjah and A Life Set Apart at Warehouse 54 in Manheim. Tickets will be available at the door.
**Sunday, April 13th- Jessa Anderson Live From The Junction Center. You can listen to it live on WJTL OR listen this Winning Wednesday for your chance to win your way to this exclusive radio event!
**Friday, April 25th- Marty Shaughnessy & The Stars Are Spies Live From The Junction Center. You can listen to it live on WJTL OR listen on Monday, April 21st for your chance to win your way to this exclusive radio event!
**Sunday, April 27th- The Ragamuffin Movie Tour: The True Story of Rich Mullins at The Junction Center Tent. Everyone is encouraged to bring an unwanted pair of used shoes to donate to Lancaster Teen Challenge.
We have a lot of fun events planned including our FREE Family Movie Nights, so please check the website and make plans to join us soon!
Happy Spring and hope to see you soon at one of our events!
Ann D’Alessandro – Thankful for Spring and the music of Rich Mullins!
Ann D’Alessandro –
With all this snow that we have had, it will make great conditions for The Cardboard Derby THIS Sunday, Jan. 26th! The Cardboard Derby at Roundtop Mountain Resort is always a Winter highlight around here! We will be there all day and hope to see you! You still have time to get a team together and make a wonderful cardboard vessel that will hopefully slide you down the snow tubing hill to victory! This year’s theme is “Candy Rush” so we can’t wait to see your creativity at work! Check-in begins at 3:00 pm, judging at 4:00 pm. Teams build crazy cardboard creations and ride them down the tubing runs. Adult and youth divisions. You can register on Sunday if you haven’t already.
Find all the details at https://www.skiroundtop.com/events
Ann D’Alessandro – Bundle Up & Remember To Wear Your Helmet!
ANN D’ALESSANDRO –
Vision14 at Calvary Church in Lancaster is coming up Saturday, March 15th from 9:30-5:30PM! You can get discounted tickets if you order them before the end of the month! This year includes worship from Chuck Gibson, speaker Ken Katayama and an evening concert by The Neverclaim! Your ticket includes a FREE Vision T-Shirt, Breakfast, Snacks & Lunch provided by Chick-Fil-A!
Vision Conference is a student event that hopes to:
* extend the vision for how God is working around the world
* challenge students to be participants in God’s plan to reach the world
* enlist leaders to guide students as they develop a biblical worldview
* equip students and leaders with biblical motivation and necessary resources
You can order tickets here:
“Top 11 Gourmet Albums of 2013” From Under The Radar
(aired Friday nights on WJTL from 10-11PM)
Under The Radar plays some of my favorite artists and so here is another list of great music from this year!
1. Fortunate Fall – Audrey Assad
2. Beyond The Frame – Andy Gullahorn
3. I Was Wrong, I’m Sorry & I Love You – Derek Webb
4. Inland – Jars Of Clay
5. Dig Here Said The Angel – Daniel Amos
6. Feed Your Soul – Christa Wells
7. The Civil Wars – The Civil Wars
8. The Lone Bellow – The Lone Bellow
9. Loved – JJ Heller
10. Meet Me At The Edge Of The World – Over The Rhine
11. Originator – Brooke Waggoner
I am very excited to see Jars of Clay and Daniel Amos on here. I have both of these CDs and they are amazing – highly recommended! You can find the list here:
The Junction Center is the home of WJTL and our vision is that it will be a place where people can come together and connect with one another and with God. Going along with that, we are planning a night of “Music Connections Live From The Junction Center” where people from our community can get together, listen to some great music, connect with others who have similar visions and of course drink some great coffee from The Good Java Company! The Courtyard Cafe on Main will be providing the snacks. We are inviting local promoters & those from local venues/coffee houses. Dan and Lauren Smith will be closing out the evening. We will also have music from Marty Shaughnessy, Matt Wheeler and Stuart Young. We have such an awesome local music scene and we would like to provide a venue for all of you to come together and connect. This will also provide an opportunity for you to get a tour of WJTL and The Junction Center if you haven’t already! We would love for you to come if you are involved with bringing live music to your home, church, coffee house or other venue! This is a free event, but you need to have tickets, so let me know if you would like to attend. We hope to see you soon!!!
“Music Connections Live From The Junction Center” – Monday, Nov. 18th at 7PM.
|con·nec·tion noun \kə-ˈnek-shən\
: something that joins or connects two or more things
: the act of connecting two or more things or the state of being connected
: a situation in which two or more things have the same cause, origin, goal, etc.
Well, now that it is the middle of August it’s time to start thinking about Fall Concerts and we have something for everyone!! Some concerts are on sale already and others will be on sale soon! We also have a lot of events scheduled for the Brand New Junction Center Tent, which we are all very excited about! Here is the list of events, you can find all the details at the website. Hope you can join us for some very exciting concerts and events!!!
**Turkey Hill Dairy’s All Natural Ice Cream Presents: WJTL’s Fall Series In The Junction Center Tent:
(And Other Concerts)
Sept. 20th at 7PM – WJTL Family Movie Night in The Junction Center Tent
Sept. 28th at 7PM – DEREK WEBB with Matt Wheeler in The Junction Center Tent
Oct. 4th at 6:30PM – BEBO NORMAN with ANDREW PETERSON & Sara Groves in The Junction Center Tent
Oct. 6th at 7PM – MICHAEL W. SMITH with Dan & Lauren Smith at Grace Fellowship Church in York
Oct. 18th at 7PM – WJTL Family Movie Night in The Junction Center Tent
Oct. 24th at 7PM – Harris III (Comedian) with 321 Improv Comedy in The Junction Center Tent
Oct. 25th at 7PM – PETRA in The Junction Center Tent
Nov. 3rd at 7PM – STEVEN CURTIS CHAPMAN with Jason Gray & Laura Story at Calvary Church in Lancaster
Nov. 13th at 7:30PM – REND COLLECTIVE EXPERIMENT with Bellarive and Audrey Assad at Lancaster Bible College
Dec. 15th at 7PM – The Story Tour: A Christmas Celebration with CASTING CROWNS, STEVEN CURTIS CHAPMAN, Matthew West and Friends at The Giant Center in Hershey. (Ticket On Sale Date To Be Announced!)
Ann D’Alessandro – I know what I’ll be doing this Fall!!!
ANN D’ALESSANDRO- I hope you can join us for two fun events this month: Sunday, July 14 – York Revolution vs. Southern Maryland at 5 pm: Faith & Family Night with a concert from Brad & Rebekah, Pre-Game full-team autograph session (4:05-4:20), Pre-Game catch on the field (4:20-4:35), Post-Game kids run the bases.
3pm Gates Open
3:30 Brad & Rebekah Concert
5:00 First Pitch
Sunday, July 28th – Schreiber Pediatric’s Rubber Duckie Race & Festival at Lancaster County Central Park. This year’s theme is “All-American Duckies”. Festival at 2PM & Race at 5PM. Rain or Shine. Great Food, Pony Rides, Games, Clowns, Face Painting and More! Watch 25,000 rubber duckies float down the Conestoga River in an exciting race for fabulous prizes!
You can always find out where we will be by visiting http://wjtl.com/events/- WJTL Events are in Orange. Hope you can join us for one or both of these fun events! Be sure to stop by the WJTL Table when you are there!
Ann D’Alessandro –