FRED MCNAUGHTON – Please vote for WJTL in the 2014 Readers’ Choice Awards sponsored by the Lancaster Newspapers Inc. WJTL is up for Favorite Radio Station and The Junction Center for Favorite Venue AND we’d be honored to have your vote for both!
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Look for the Favorite Radio Category in Miscellaneous and the Favorite Concert Venue Category in Leisure.
Voting ends at midnight this Sunday, June 15! Fill out all of the pertinent information so that your vote is counted! Results will be published in the Sunday News on August 24th.
Let everyone know that WJTL and The Junction Center are your favorites!
Here’s this week’s Real News of Inspiration from Lancaster Online’s Joan Kern
Can you imagine never having a new coat? Now imagine being that person and receiving a brand new coat. Mission of Hope Church in Lancaster makes this possible every year to those less fortunate. Rev. Howard Payne, pastor of Mission of Hope church commented on the ministry, “We want to do something to offset problems people are having with the economy, being unemployed, people in need, people with children who are struggling financially.” To donate a new coat or to help financially, call 392-4564 for more information.
Read more: http://lancasteronline.com/article/local/547989_Mission-of-Hope-offers-free-coats.html#ixzz1gHIPHCRn
HERB SUERETH –
Here’s this week’s Real News of Inspiration
From Lancaster Online’s Joan Kern
Can worshipping help you know what to do with your life? For Rev. Richard Cowles Jr. it did. While singing an anthem at Moravian College, he felt called to go into pastoral ministry. His journey, which has been mostly in upstate New York, has led him to Church of the Apostles UCC in Lancaster. Rev. Cowles is excited about his new position at Church of the Apostles. He points to an active congregation with a preschool program, a food pantry and a concert series. Rev. Cowles believes that this church can make a big impact on the local community. He sees music as a big part of that. Rev. Cowles says, “I love to use music as a source of joy and sustenance in times of trouble and to help build up community.”