The National Worship Leader Conference is the premiere event for worship leaders and their teams. It’ll be at Calvary Church May 13-15 with 70 unique workshops, 3 nights of worship plus speakers and worship leaders including: Phillips, Craig & Dean, Brenton Brown, Aaron Shust, Meredith Andrews, Bellarive and The Neverclaim! This event is packed with opportunities for all ages, denominations, skill levels and worship roles to be equipped and ministered to in a powerful way!
Learn more about the National Worship Leader Conference at Calvary Church here. (Walk-ins welcome.)
Listen to our interview with Conference Director, Suzie Stablein, at our WJTL Casts page.
Tune in to WJTL on Thursday, May 9th, for chances to call in and win free registration for 2! Keep our number handy: 717-392-FM90. (392-3690)
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Meredith Andrews is just one of the worship leaders appearing (and leading!) at the National Worship Leader Conference at Calvary Church, happening May 13-15. While she’s in the area, she will stop by WJTL for a Live From The Junction Center mini-concert and lunch on Monday, May 13 around Noon! Lunch will be provided by The Apple Tree Family Restaurant on Centerville Road in Lancaster. (Find them on Facebook here.) Tune in to WJTL all day long on Friday, May 10th for chances to call in and win spots on our guest list! (You must not have won from WJTL in the past 30 days in order to be eligible to win.) Keep us on speed dial: 717-392-3690 (392-FM90).
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Here’s this week’s Real News of Inspiration from YDR.com’s John Hilton. Have you ever wondered what you will do when you retire? Maybe you dream of moving somewhere with warm waves and sand. Ron and Joan Drayer had other plans. After retiring, they felt called to minister in York City, particularly the Salem Square neighborhood. Prior to moving there in January of 2011, they had never lived in the city. Now they are making relationships and helping out wherever they can to assist the Salem Square Community Association to turn the area around. John has been helping with Habitat for humanity and there has been an emphasis on home ownership. Many of the residents of Salem Square rent and cannot see the big picture. When asked about their decision to move into the toubled neighborhood, Joan Drayer comments,”I think God wanted us to move up here…and we are just going along with it to see if we can help.”