WJTL and Grauer’s Paint & Decorating Center present: the Redo Your View Contest! We’re going to give away 5 $200 gift cards to Grauer’s Paint & Decorating Center in Lancaster and Lititz so that our winners can pick up everything they need to repaint and redo their room! Click here for more details and to fill out the entry form.
Winners will be announced on Friday mornings during the Get Up & Go Show with Fred & Lisa through April 18th.
*Only one entry per household will be permitted.
*Winners will be selected at random from all of those that qualify.
*If you’ve won a prize from WJTL valued over $100 in the past year, you are not eligible for this contest.
*If you won in this contest last year, your household is not eligible to enter.
*Comments left on this blog DO NOT count as entries in this contest!
The 2014 SOAR Conference for Women is coming to Calvary Church in Lancaster on Saturday, March 29th (8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.). This is an opportunity for you to catch your breath and take a moment to reflect on what God is doing in your life. Groups of women from around the region are learning to seek God daily, obey His leading, arise to God’s challenges and remember His blessings. Speakers include Ruth Graham, Shaunti Feldhan and many more! There will be main sessions and a variety of breakout sessions. Click here for info and registration.
Tune in to WJTL all day long (6AM-10PM) on Winning Wednesday, March 19th for chances to call in and win registration for two! Keep our number handy: 717-392-3690.
Vision 14 is happening all day next Saturday, March 15th, at Calvary Church in Lancaster! Vision Conference is a student conference that focuses on how God is working around the world. It’s also equips students so they can get involved! Vision 14 will include worship with Chuck Gibson, sessions with speaker Ken Ketayama and an evening concert featuring The Neverclaim. Students and youth leaders will also get to choose breakout sessions, which include topics like ministry at school, using business to fight poverty, hip hop & heart worship, using sports to impact the world and responding to trafficking. Click here for the Vision14 site, where you can view the full schedule and see all the breakout session options.
Our prize for Winning Wednesday, March 5th, is tickets to Vision 14! So, tune in for your chance to win–and keep your phone close by. Our number is 717-392-3690 (392-FM90).
The Save The Storks Tour is coming our way this Saturday: It’s 7PM at Manor Church in Lancaster. This is a chance for you to be part of a movement of love. Holly Starr live in concert, plus a message from Bob Lenz. Both are passionate about life. The Save The Storks Tour is a night of prayer, music and worship. 100% of the proceeds will benefit Susquehanna Valley Pregnancy Services and Save The Storks. Get tickets and info here.
Tune in to WJTL this week for your chance to win a free pair of tickets to the concert! Keep us on speed dial: 717-392-3690.
The American Quilter’s Society Quilt Week returns to the Lancaster Convention Center Wednesday – Saturday, March 12 – 15. Quilt Week features hundreds of quilts on display, exhibits, vendor booths, classes, and special events. You can connect with expert quilters from around the country and learn new techniques! For tickets and info: call 270-898-7903 or go to www.AQSshows.com
Tune into WJTL all week long for chances to call in and win tickets to AQS Quilt Week in Lancaster! Keep our number handy: 717-392-3690 (392-FM90) and listen for the DJs’ cues to call in and win.
WJTL will give you a chance to win Big Daddy Weave’s latest project, “Love Come To Life” all day long on Winning Wednesday (Feb. 26th). It features the songs “The Only Name”, “Redeemed” and “Love Come To Life” to name a few. We’ll also have a few chances for you to win this Thursday and Friday. So, listen for the DJs’ cues to call in and win. And be sure to keep our number handy: 717-392-3690 (392-FM90).
Local worship leader, Chuck Gibson, just released his latest collection of songs called “What Pleases You”! (Click here to purchase it on iTunes.) We’ve been playing his new song “God Is With Us” lately on WJTL. Tune in to WJTL all day long on Winning Wednesday, January 29th for chances to call in and win the new CD! Keep our number handy: 717-392-3690 (392-FM90). The DJs will let you know when it’s time to call in and win!
Chuck Gibson will lead worship at Vision 14, a conference that challenges students and leaders to become actively involved in God’s vision for the world. The Neverclaim will also be live in concert and Ken Katayama will be this year’s speaker! Tickets and information are available here.
The 21st Annual Best Wedding Showcase will be held at the Lancaster Convention Center this Sunday, January 26th from 11:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.! The event hosts more than 120 wedding-related vendors and includes entertainment, bride prizes and more. It’s a great opportunity to get all kinds of incredible ideas for your big day! Registration is now open at www.BestWeddingShowcase.com
Tune in to WJTL all day long on Winning Wednesday, January 22nd, for chances to win free registration for 2 to this Sunday’s event! Keep our number handy (717-392-3690) and listen for the DJs’ cues to call in and win!
Why attend the Best Wedding Showcase? Here’s good reason [quoted from their website]:
“Wedding Shows have always been the best way for any bride-to-be to see several wedding vendors in one place, in one afternoon, and gather ideas for their wedding day. They can take this special opportunity to spend a few minutes talking with the wedding pros who will ultimately make their wedding day a success while gathering literature, comparing and sampling services and even choosing a vendor or or two in just a few hours. There will never be an online substitute for being able to taste, touch, feel, hear and smell all that is available to make your wedding perfect. It’s also a great way to enjoy feeling like a princess as everyone throughout the event wants to hear you describe your dreams that you are imagining when you tie the knot.”
Today is the day (Friday, November 22nd), you can support WJTL with the Extraordinary Give – Lancaster County’s Largest Day of Giving.
Any donation made online by midnight tonight at extragive.org will be stretched by $300,000 from the Lancaster County Community Foundation and Rodgers & Associates. Last year almost $30,000 was raised in support of WJTL
Tell your friends, show your support for WJTL and GIVE EXTRAORDINARY!
That’s not all the good news: we’re excited to say that Needtobreathe will stop by WJTL for a lunchtime Live From The Junction Center acoustic-style mini concert and interview. It’ll happen in front of a live studio audience and will be broadcast live on air! Lunch for the event will be provided by The Apple Tree Family Restaurant on Centerville Road in Lancaster, plus we’ll serve coffee courtesy of The Good Java Company.
Space is very limited for this exclusive event. If you want to attend, you must win your way onto our guest list. Tune in. We’ll give you lots of chances to win! Keep our number handy: 717-392-3690 (392-FM90)
Last Thursday (Aug 1st) Stacey Gagne, Intern Sandra and I packed the Cookie Car with Cookies, Hula Hoops,Ukuleles, KCB Pencils, magnets, and wristbands and headed to Aaron’s Acres Lancaster Location. Aaron’s Acres provides children and young adults with disabilities ages five through twenty-one, social and recreational programs to promote age-appropriate socialization and communication skills.
I sang 5 or 6 songs with the kids. It was awesome hearing them sing “My Mom’s a Pirate” and “42 Monkeys”. They danced and laughed and enjoyed the sound of the ukulele. Stacey and Intern Sandra played the “Face the Cookie” game and the “Hula Hoop” Game. “Face the Cookie” is the game where contestants try to get an oreo cookie from their forehead to their mouth without using their hands and without dropping it. The “Hula Hoop” game was to test who could Hula Hoop the longest. Both were big hits. The biggest hit of the day, however was the Cookie Car. Everyone wanted to sit in it and pretend they were driving. We shared cookies with everyone and passed out the KCB pencils, magnets and wristbands.
The highlight of the day for me was meeting David. David is a little 7 or 8 year old guy with Down Syndrome who was enjoying spinning his piece of yarn and uncooked pasta wheel necklace. He was covered in Oreo Cookies. I couldn’t help but notice the residue of his snack on his face and hands while I sat beside him and talked. He looked up at me with a glint in his eye, smiled and ran his cookie-crumb-filled hands through my beard. I don’t think he ever saw a beard like mine, or at least was never close enough to touch one. I spent the rest of the day getting cookie crumbs out of my beard, but I hope I never get the picture out of my mind of the smile on that little guys face. It was awesome! You can see more pics here.