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Praise&Worship Show Proximity Playlist

September 7th, 2014 No comments

Today’s program features a “PROXIMITY” Theme.  It’s filled with songs about being in God’s presence, never being separated from His love, and drawing closer to Him.  I hope you’re encouraged that no matter how far away from God you feel–He is near.

Kristi Leigh – WJTL DJ

Kristi@WJTL.com

~PROXIMITY THEME~
6AM
Holy Spirit Bryan & Katie Torwalt Here On Earth 2011
Closer John Mark McMillan The Song Inside The Sounds Of Breaking Down 2005
You Are Near Zach Jones Fuse 2005
Closer Melissa Tawlks Mystery Revealed 2001
Already There Casting Crowns Come To The Well 2012
Run To You (Psalm 31) John David Webster The Message – Psalms 2005
Right Beside You (feat. Dawn Michele of Fireflight) Building 429 Listen To The Sound 2012
Nothing Can Separate Us Todd Fields North Point Live: Awake 2009
Come Away (feat. Chris Quilala) Jesus Culture Come Away 2010
Prayer Medley (I Love Your Presence, Babylon) Anthony Skinner Forever and a Day 2003
Your Love Is All Around All Sons & Daughters Season One 2012
Im With You (feat. Amy Grant) Nichole Nordeman (Music Inspired By) The Story 2011
With Me Brad & Rebekah The Things Of God 2011
7AM
Moving With The Lamb Rita Springer Created To Worship 2000
I Will Follow Chris Tomlin And If Our God Is For Us 2010
Run To You Michael W. Smith Wonder 2010
Chasing Charlie Hall On The Road To Beautiful 2003
Come Close (Psalm 69) Building 429 The Message – Psalms 2005
I Am Thine (Draw Me Nearer) Gateway Worship The More I Seek You 2010
Meet With Me Praise Band In That Day 1999
God Is Coming Tim Hughes Love Shine Through 2011
With Us (Live) Hillsong God Is Able (Live) 2011
Draw Me Close The Katinas Exodus 1998
Your Presence is Heaven Israel And New Breed Jesus at the Center 2012
The More I Seek You Kari Jobe Deeper (Integrtity Music) 2008
Presence (My Hearts Desire) Newsboys Devotion 2004
8AM
Keep Me Near Rend Collective Homemade Worship By Handmade People 2012
Come As You Are Crowder Neon Steeple 2014
Here We Are Bellarive The Heartbeat 2012
In Your Presence Jason Upton Deeper (Integrity Music) 2008
Closer (feat. Steffany Frizzell-Gretzinger) Bethel Live For The Sake Of The World 2012
Oh Lead Me Lincoln Brewster Creation Worships 2002
Jesus Keep Me Near The Cross Paul Colman Bridges – Classic Hymns, Modern Worship 2005
Be Near Shane & Shane Carry Away 2003
Come And Let Your Presence The Merchant Band The World Can Wait 2006
Closer Charlie Hall Flying Into Daybreak 2006
Come Everyone Brian and Jenn Johnson We Believe 2006
9AM
Come Thou Fount, Come Thou King Gateway Worship Amazing Grace 2007
Let Heaven Come Brian Campbell Hearts Wake To The Giver Of Life 2012
Your Presence Is Enough Sean Feucht Rebirth And Reclamation 2009
God Is With Us Chuck Gibson What Pleases You 2014
Just A Closer Walk With Thee Bart Millard Hymned 2005
Your Love Never Fails Jesus Culture Your Love Never Fails 2008
Love That I Just Cant Get Over Heather Land Pouring It Out for You 2011
Come Lord Jesus Dustin Kensrue The Water & The Blood 2013
Come Holy Spirit Medley Israel and New Breed New Season 2001
Hallelujah, God is Near Robbie Seay Band Better Days 2006
Nothing Ever (Could Separate Us) Citizen Way Love Is The Evidence 2013
Take Heart Hillsong United Aftermath 2011
Better Is One Day Charlie Hall Better Is One Day 1999

 

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Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend

September 5th, 2014 1 comment

FIVE FUN FREE FAMILY THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND!!! September 5, 6 & 7, 2014

5) Wheels & Wags Auto, Truck & Motorcycle Show tomorrow (Sat. Sept. 6th) from 3-7pm at Lawn Fire Hall and Carnival Grounds in Lawn. All vehicles welcome.  Silent Auction, Bounce House, Food,  Music and more. More Info: 717-314-4586

4) Annual Whoopie Pie Festival, tomorrow (Saturday, Sept. 6) 11am-4pm on the grounds of Hershey Farm Restaurant and Inn, Route 896, Strasburg. Eating Contest, Whoopie Pie Launch, a Giant Whoopie Pie, Music and more interactive Whoopie Pie fun. More Info: http://whoopiepiefestival.com/

3) Outbreak Festival, tomorrow (Sat Sept 6) from 10am-6pm at the East Petersburg Park. Live music including local Christian jazz artist Kirk Reese, drama, and performances from character juggler Chris Ivey and old-time strongman Chris Rider. Organized games for the kids too. More Info: http://eastpetersburgborough.org/event/outbreak-festival/

2)  First Friday Lancaster, tonight (Friday, Sept 5) 5-9pm
Celebrate Art, Music and the Community of Lancaster. Galleries, museums, artist studios, Music and more. More Info: http://www.lancastercityevents.com

1) Ephrata Arts & Crafts & Restaurant Fair, tomorrow (Saturday, September 6) 9am-3pm, Main & State Streets in Ephrata. This annual event features over 200 artisans, local restaurants and homegrown music. Sponsored by the Ephrata Merchants Association. More Info: http://ephratamerchants.com

Moment Of Celebration-Praise From The Redeemed

September 5th, 2014 No comments

JOHN SHIRK – Today’s Moment Of Celebration reflects on the praise that flows from a redeemed life

Here is one person’s testimony. The Apostle Paul wrote in First Timothy 1:15: “Here is a trustworthy saying that deserves full acceptance: Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners-of whom I am the worst. But for that very reason, I was shown mercy so that in me, the worst of sinners, Christ Jesus might display his unlimited patience as an example for those who would believe on him and receive eternal life. Now to the King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only God, be honor and glory forever and ever. Amen.”

Paul is saying in essence, that if Jesus can save him, he can save anybody no matter how deep their depravity has taken them. When Jesus saves us from our sins, He fills our heart with thanksgiving and praise. We realize the dark destiny He rescued us from and the hopeful future He is leading us to experience. His mercy is marvelous in our eyes, and it has changed us from the inside out. Now we have been set free to bring glory to God with the activity of our lives.

The praise that flows from a redeemed life is a reason to be glad in the Year of Celebration.

John Shirk

john@wjtl.com

New Tunes at 9 Roundup with About a Mile

September 4th, 2014 No comments

RADIO FRIEND PHIL – Greetings! Welcome to this week’s New Tunes at 9 Roundup. (New Tunes at 9, one-hour of new and emerging music, weeknights at 9 p.m. on WJTL.)

About a Mile is a 3-piece band from suburban Pittsburgh, comprised of 3 brothers: Adam, Levi and Luke Klute. About a Mile’s new project, “Satisfied,” is available now; the first single, the title track, was written when the Klute family was struggling financially and physically. (The boys’ father had lost his long-time job as a steel mill worker, and Adam was battling a severe digestive disorder. Adam recounted this chapter of life on New Tunes at 9.http://wjtl.com/listen/wjtl-casts/.)

For more on About a Mile, go to aboutamile.com.

phil@wjtl.com

Moment Of Celebration-Ministry Of The Church

September 3rd, 2014 No comments

JOHN SHIRK – Today’s Moment Of Celebration reflects on the joy of working together for a sacred purpose.

The church is compared to a body, which consists of many connected members who have different functions. Yet as their different functions work compatibly with each other, the body works according to its design.

Each part is significant enough to be a vital part of the team. No part is so important that it does not need the contribution of the other parts. God calls us to appreciate the contributions of others and to do our part in building the strength of the church for God’s glory.

Romans 12:6 says, “We have different gifts, according to the grace given us. If a man’s gift is prophesying, let him use it in proportion to his faith. If it is serving, let him serve; if it is teaching, let him teach; if it is encouraging, let him encourage; if it is contributing to the needs of others, let him give generously; if it is leadership, let him govern diligently; if it is showing mercy, let him do it cheerfully.”

The joy of working together for a sacred purpose is a reason to be glad in the Year of Celebration.

John Shirk

john@wjtl.com

Some Sort of Rock Show

August 31st, 2014 No comments

Here is your Labor Day Weekend Some Sort of Rock Show playlist.  Have some thoughts?  Leave a comment below or contact me at somesort@wjtl.com

-John Staffieri

Hour 1

Edge Of My Life – Manafest

Rise – Skillet

The Saints (feat. KB & Trip Lee) – Andy Mineo

The Mirror – Embers In Ashes

I Am – Crowder

Turn It To Gold – Abandon Kansas

Where You Belong – The Deep Space Network

Deep Down – Scientist

End Of Me – Ashes Remain

Strike Back – We As Human

Ones and Zeroes – Stellar Kart

Better – Lybecker

Let It Be Love – Family Force 5

Replace Me – Family Force 5

Never Looking Back  - Silverline

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Untraveled Road – Thousand Foot Krutch

Never Back Down – Nine Lashes

This Isn’t Love – The Birdsongs

Dead Rose – The Classic Crime

VIP (feat. Manwell) – Manic Drive

Nuthin – Lecrae

Smash Hit – All Star United

The Heart – Needtobreathe

The One I’m Running To – 7eventh Time Down

Gonna Be Alright – Rhett Walker Band

Take It All – Mike Mains & The Branches

Commodity – Remedy Drive

Let It Out – Switchfoot

Hearing Voices – Anberlin

Radical – Disciple

 

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Praise & Worship Show “GOD IS” Theme

August 31st, 2014 No comments
Praise & Worship Show Playlist
~THEME: “God Is…”~
6:00 a.m. — Legal I.D.
“He Is Yahweh” by 1,000 Generations from “Turn Off The Lesser Lights EP”
“A Mighty Fortress” by Christy Nockels from “Passion: Awakening (Deluxe Edition)”
“God Is Able” by Hillsong from “God Is Able”
“Who You Are” by Desperation Band from “Who You Are”
“You Are My Everything” by Aaron Gillespie from “Anthem Song”
“You Are My Joy” by David Crowder Band from “Passion: Everything Glorious”
6:30 a.m.
“Jesus Is Lord” by Bethany Dillon, Matt Hammitt from “In Christ Alone: Modern Hymns Of Worship”

“You Are God” by Charlie Hall from “The Bright Sadness” 

“How Great Is Our God” by Chris Tomlin from “Passion: How Great Is Our God”
“He Is” by Aaron Jeffery from “Aaron Jeffery”
“You Are Holy (Prince Of Peace)” by Michael W. Smith from “Worship Again”
“God Is Smiling” by Delirious from “Kingdom Of Comfort”
7:00 a.m. — Legal I.D.
“Hallelujah, God Is Near” by Robbie Seay Band from “Better Days”
“You Are My Hope” by Cory Asbury from “Holy”
“Isn’t He Great” Brian & Jenn Johnson from “We Believe”
“You Are My King (Amazing Love)” by Christy Nockels from “Passion: Better Is One Day”
“You Are My All In All” by Nichole Nordeman from “Girls Of Grace”
“He Is” by Mark Schultz from “Come Alive”
7:30 a.m.
“God Is Coming” by Tim Hughes from “Love Shine Through”
“Holy Is The Lord” by Chris Tomlin from “Passion: Sacred Revolution”
“Psalm 73 (My God Is Enough)” by Barlow Girl, Barlow Girl from “Another Journal Entry”
“Holy Is The Lord My God” by Vineyard from “Free To Fly”
“For The Lord Is Good (Psalm 100)” by Women Of Faith from “Outrageous Joy”
“Blessed Redeemer” by Leigh Nash from “Hymns And Sacred Songs”
“Everything” by Tim Hughes from “Happy Day”
8:00 a.m. — Legal I.D.
“He Is Exalted” by Shane & Shane from “Clean”
“God Is Good” by Enter The Worship Circle from “Third Circle”
“God Is Near” by Rend Collective Experiment from “Organic Family Hymnal”
“For Who You Are” by Hillsong from “Mighty To Save”
“The Lord Is My Shepherd” by Jeremy Riddle from “Furious”
“Who You Are” by Glenn Packiam from “Worship Project P40.3″
“Great Is The Lord” by Promise Keepers from “Promise Keepers
8:30 a.m.
“You Alone Are God” by Hillsong from “Mighty To Save”
“God Is Our Refuge (Psalm 46)” by Sovereign Grace Music from “Psalms”
“Holy Is The Lord” by Craig Smith from “Your Kingdom Come”
“Jesus Is The Answer” by Michael W. Smith from “Tribute”
“God Is Great” by Hillsong from “You Are My World”
“God Is God” by Steven Curtis Chapman from “Declaration”
9:00 a.m. — Legal I.D.
“Great Is The Lord Almighty” by Dennis Jernigan from “Hands Lifted High”
“The Lord Is (Psalm 23)” by Sovereign Grace Music from “Psalms”
“Healer” by Hillsong from “This Is Our God”
“Great I Am” by New Life Worship, Jared Anderson from “You Hold It All”
“After All (Holy)” by David Crowder Band from “Give Us Rest”
9:30 a.m.
“Redeemer” by Tim Hughes from “Here I Am To Worship”
“My Portion Forever” by Matt Papa from “You Are Good”
“How Great Thou Art” by Paul Baloche from “Our God Saves”
“You Are God” by Jeff Deyo from “Unveil”
“Mighty To Save” by Hillsong from “Mighty To Save”
“How Faithful You Are” by Phillip LaRue from “The Message: Psalms”
“You Are Love” by Rend Collective Experiment from “Organic Family Hymnal”
“You Are Good” by Rita Springer from “I Have To Believe”
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Kids Cookie Break Fest 14 Details

August 29th, 2014 No comments

The 3rd Annual Kids Cookie Break Fest is tomorrow (Saturday, Aug 30). It is amazing to be celebrating 15 Years of The Kids Cookie Break Program on WJTL.

Here are a few things for those of you who will be attending…
DETAILS
Gates will open at 9am for those of you with Morning Program Tickets (please don’t come any earlier than that, we won’t be ready for you and you will have to wait). Gates will open at 2:30pm for those of you with Afternoon Program Tickets.

The Junction Center is located at 1875 Junction Rd, Manheim, on the backside of Roots Market and down the road from the Manheim Auto Auction.

BRING DISPOSABLE DIAPERS, WIPES AND/OR FORMULA
Please remember to bring DIAPERS, WIPES, and/or FORMULA to donate to Susquehanna Valley Pregnancy Services and House of His Creation.  Donations will be collected at popup tents located near each parking area. Thank You!
TICKETS
Please have everyone fill out their registration ticket. Tickets will be collected at popup tents located near each parking area.Only those with tickets will be able to attend. We will draw names from the tickets to win prizes throughout the event.
BOXED LUNCHES
For those who pre-purchased boxed lunches for the Morning Program, they may be picked up between 11am and 1pm in the food court. For those who pre-purchased boxed lunches for the Afternoon Program they may be picked up between 5pm and 6:30pm in the food court. There will be other food and beverage vendors on site.

Schedule
Morning Program – 10am-2pm
9:00am – Gates Open
9:55am – Special Presentation and Unveiling
10:05am – Lisa Welcome
10:06am – Phredd
10:45am – This Way Up
11:20am – KCB Games with Lisa Landis
11:30am – Jesse Rothacker and Forgotten Friend Reptiles
12:05pm – Steven Courtney & the Suitcase Musicians
12:50pm – KCB Games with Lisa Landis
1:00pm – Slugs & Bugs
1:45pm – Candy Drop
2:00pm – Please exit to make room for afternoon attenders

Afternoon Program – 3pm-7pm
2:30pm – Gates Open
2:55pm – Special Presentation and Unveiling
3:05pm – Lisa Welcome
3:06pm – Phredd
3:45pm – This Way Up
4:20pm – KCB Games with Lisa Landis
4:30pm – Jesse Rothacker and Forgotten Friend Reptiles
5:05pm – Steven Courtney & the Suitcase Musicians
5:50pm – KCB Games with Lisa Landis
6:00pm – Slugs & Bugs
6:45pm – Candy Drop

 

 

Lineup subject to change.

**bad weather could cancel the event. Listen to WJTL for updates.

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend

August 29th, 2014 No comments

FIVE FUN FREE FAMILY THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND!!! August 29, 30 & 31, 2014

5) Chalk the Lot Sponsored by Fulton Street Arts Cooperative, Sunday (Aug 31) 11am to 4pm at 321 Fulton Street in Lancaster. Families are invited to help fill the parking lot and sidewalk surrounding the co-op with chalk art! Chalk will be provided, but feel free to bring some along. More info: fultonstreetarts.com

4) Back to School Community Day tomorrow (Sat. AUGUST 30) from 6-8pm at Shiremanstown First Church of God in Shiremanstown.  Free Food, Games, Bounce House, Music and More. More Info: 717-737-7600

3) Old-fashioned Hymn Sing at The Heritage Baptist Church of Manheim Sunday (August 31, 2014), beginning at 6pm. The sing features a hymn history and the practical application of hymn singing for church and home. A fellowship will follow the sing. More Info:(717) 560-3761

2)  27th Annual Heart of Lancaster Arts & Craft Show at Roots Country Market in Manheim. Free event, tomorrow (Saturday Aug 30) and Sunday (Aug 31) 10am to 4pm both days, rain or shine.
Select Artists and Craftsmen from Pennsylvania and nearby states, music by Susquehanna Pipes and Drums and the Jazz Group Over Easy. More Info: http://www.hlcshow.com/

1) And we just couldn’t leave this big event off our list – Kids Cookie Break Festival 14, tomorrow (Sat, Aug 30) – 2 Programs 10am-2pm and 3pm-7pm – featuring Slugs & Bugs, Steven Courtney, Barrel Rides, Candy Drop, Big Bright Bounce Houses, Petting Zoo and More. For those with tickets to this “sold out” event, we will see you tomorrow. Tune in to WJTL througout the day as we will occasionally cut away for stage performances and interviews.

 

New Tunes at 9 Roundup with Sorensen

August 28th, 2014 No comments

RADIO FRIEND PHIL – Greetings! Welcome to this week’s New Tunes at 9 Roundup. (New Tunes at 9, one-hour of new and emerging music, weeknights at 9 p.m. on WJTL.)

The new record by Sorensen, “Songs-Volume 1,” is available now. Sorensen is a piano-based, pop-rock band, from Maryland, led by the husband and wife team of Jeremy and Kimberly Sorensesn. (Jeremy’s former band, Unsearchable Riches,  gained national attention by scoring extremely well in an independent music competition held by CCM magazine. In 2003, Unsearchable Riches had a minor hit on WJTL with the song, “Friday Night.”)

Jeremy Sorensen is a music teacher and unabashed fan of artists like Ben Folds, Elton John, Vince Guaraldi, and Billy Joel; his songs are delicate, charming, and often whimsical. The new project is available now on iTunes, and includes the first single, “With You,” currently playing on WJTL.

For more on Sorensen, go to http://sorensenmusic.com/

phil@wjtl.com

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A New Season of Youth Group Night

August 28th, 2014 No comments

 

WJTL’s Youth Group Night is a chance for your group to see behind the scenes of WJTL!  

Highlights will include:

-Helping WJTL pick what music goes into our rotation

-Creating your own music video

-Talking live on the radio

Your students will also be challenged to make Godly decisions in the area of entertainment.

Everyone will leave with an exclusive Youth Group Night t-shirt designed by Walk In Love & food will be provided by Chick-fil-A Lancaster.

Although we work to create as many opportunities as possible, every year we have more groups that enter than open slots.  Please take the time to re-enter for the new season, to ensure we have the correct contact information.

Youth Group Night is held at The Junction Center, the home of WJTL.  In order to provide the best experience possible, it is necessary for us to limit the amount of participants.  If you anticipate a group of larger than 35, please consider ways to split your group. 

Feel free to contact me if you need additional information.  promojohn@wjtl.com

You will receive a confirmation that we received your entry.  If your group is chosen, we will email you several weeks in advance with an invitation for a specific date.  Generally, Youth Group Night is held on Thursday nights.

Click here to enter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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