WJTL’s Kristi Leigh chats with a beach-minded Brandon Heath about his upcoming tour with Britt Nicole, California vs Pennsylvania, collaboration, and pretzels.
WJTL’s Kristi Leigh catches up with our good pal Bob Lenz at Creation 2011.
WJTL’s Kristi Leigh talks with Jamie Grace about performing with Toby Mac, how she ended up at Gotee Records, how she got her start in music, and living with Tourette’s Syndrome.
WJTL’s Promotions Director John Staffieri sits down with J.C. Holt, Kris Rigas, and Angel Flores from the Lancaster Barnstormers as part of Faith & Family Night.
Seasons performs “Drowsy Maggie” live on the Kids Cookie Break!
Lisa and the Kids Cookie Break enjoy a visit from cast members of the Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre’s production of “The Wizard of Oz,” running July 14- August 20 2011.
As the husband of a Zumba instructor, I couldn’t not share this video.
“More than 2,000 people from Second Baptist Church, Houston, Texas, gathered at Discovery Green in the heart of Houston to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. The purpose of Dance Your Shoes Off! was to proclaim the resurrection of Jesus Christ in a powerful and celebratory way. Most importantly, each participant left a new pair of shoes on the field for those in need. These shoes will be given to local mission agencies, including Star of Hope, individuals all across the world through our mission partners and mission trips.”
The video above was actually inspired by a similar project from youth members of Faith Church in Budapest, Hungary, as seen here:
I don’t know about you, but I love seeing all of these people from around the world dancing in celebration. If there was ever a reason to dance in the streets, it’s Jesus.
EDDIE DANIELS – Sure, it’s not the most comfortable weather outside right now, but I stepped outside the JTL studios a couple of minutes ago and was struck by how pretty ice can be. I just happened to glance up and the ice-covered trees sparkled and…I thought it looked pretty cool. It made me think how many times in the past I’ve missed seeing the beauty of things around me because I was distracted by wet feet.
EDDIE DANIELS – Well, it’s been a few months since our last WJTL kitchen mystery and this one is a doozy.
I got in this morning around 6am and, as I put my lunch in the refrigerator, I noticed an unidentified bag of random mystery snacks. Here’s what was in the bag:
- 1 Dr. Pepper
- 1 half-full bottle of Arnold Palmer half-tea/half-lemonade
- 1 Starbucks frappuccino
- 1 box of peanut M&Ms
- 1 box of Swedish Fish
- 1 bag of chocolate Chanukah coins
To say that we are stumped is a major understatement. Kristi and I must have hypothesized for a good 10 minutes. Ann suggested we test the partially-consumed tea/lemonade for DNA. Was it someone on the air over the weekend? At first I thought it may have been Lisa Landis, but if you know Lisa you know she’d never get caught with so many sugary treats. I thought it may have been Ashlea, who was in on Saturday, but she usually keeps her snacks stashed upstairs in her desk.
So again, I turn to you, WJTL blog-reader. I’d love to hear your theories. Where did the food come from? Who brought it? Why was it left here? Who keeps candy in the fridge? And, most importantly, how long do I have to let it sit there before I crack open the M&Ms?
EDDIE DANIELS – Congratulations to Aden Jackson of New Providence PA! Aden’s video was chosen as the winner of WJTL’s Sing Yourself Silly Contest. Aden picked up 30 (count ’em…30!) Veggie Tales DVDs! Congrats Aden and everyone else who submitted an entry!