This week, when you comment on our blogs at www.WJTL.com, you’ll automatically be entered to win our current Feedback Giveback prize: “The Revive Project” by Reading locals Dan & Lauren Smith. You may have heard their song “Awaken (Let The Whole World Sing)” playing on WJTL lately. Watch this video to learn more about the heart of the song!
The York Revolution refuses to lose! They’re determined to defend their championship title in the 2012 playoffs, presented by the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore! The playoff series against the Lancaster Barnstormers moves to York for a game at the Sovereign Bank Stadium this Friday, September 28th at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale now at 717-801-HITS or at www.YorkRevolution.com Tune in to WJTL this week for chances to win family 4-packs of tickets to the game!
The release date for Matthew West‘s new CD, “Into The Light”, is Tuesday, September 25th. We’re celebrating Matthew West Street Week with a special contest! Over the last 2 years Matthew West has been on a mission to dive into the stories of people from all over the country and re-tell them in hopes of encouraging and giving hope to those listening. This process has turned into two albums, a tour, a devotional series and impactful singles including “My Own Little World”, “Strong Enough” and now “Forgiveness”… But none of it would be possible without the people who first had the courage to write down their story and send it in. In addition to the transformation these stories have had on Matthew and listeners – they’ve also been a source of healing and freedom to those whose stories were told. So, we want to remind you to share your story! Write it down, journal it, share it with a friend. Your testimony can encourage others, too! So, take your history, struggles and successes out of the darkness, out the night, out of the shadows…and Into the Light!
Tune in to WJTL all week long for chances to win Matthew West’s new CD, “Into The Light”. We’ll also give away special edition “Into The Light” journals! (Keep our number handy: 717-392-3690!) By the way, Matthew West is coming to our area live in concert, along with Mikeschair and Lindsay McCaul! Tickets and info here!
The WJTL Golf Crew will be hunting some birdies and supporting a bunch of great causes this September! If you love golf, get some friends together and join us!
September 18th – A Safer Tomorrow at Hawk Valley in Denver
September 20th – Autism York at Links at Gettysburg
September 21st – Cross Connection Ministries at Foxchase in Denver
September 21st – Hope International at Heritage Hills in York
September 27th – North Museum at Four Seasons in Landisville
September 28th – Crossway Church at Crossgates in Millersville
Just click on the link for more information!
Tune in to FM 90.3 WJTL all day Wednesday, September 19th for lots of chances to win Jason Gray‘s newest CD, “A Way To See In The Dark”! It features reaffirming, heart-healthy songs you hear on WJTL like “Good To Be Alive” and “Remind Me Who I Am”–plus 10 others like “Fear Is Easy, Love Is Hard” and “Jesus, We Are Grateful” (just to name a few). We’ll give them away all day long, so listen for the DJs’ cues to call in and win. (You may want to keep our number on speed dial: 717-392-3690.)
Aaron Gillespie is the former drummer for hard rock band Underoath and won the HM magazine Reader’s award for “favorite drummer” in 2008. These days, he has gone solo as a worship leader and also is the lead singer for the band The Almost. He packed the house at the Purple Door festival in 2011. With just one backup musician, he played his guitar AND drummed at the same time. He led, REALLY led, a huge crowd of young people in worship. It was awesome! So much passion and so much heart! He’ll be returning to the listening area this weekend for a concert at LBC, where he’ll sing songs from the worship project, “Anthem Song”. It released last year and features songs written with the likes of Paul Baloche, Delirious and more.
Tune in to WJTL all week (September 17-21) for chances to win tickets to the Aaron Gillespie concert (with special guest Stuart Young) happening THIS SATURDAY at Lancaster Bible College. (Click here for tickets and info).
This week’s Feedback Giveback prize is a Jason Castro “Only A Mountain” T-shirt (size XL). Leave comments on our blogs this week at www.WJTL.com and you’ll automatically be entered to win it!
By the way, Jason Castro is touring this fall with Dara Maclean and For King & Country. They’ll do a concert here in our listening area at Manheim Brethren In Christ Church on Sunday, October 21! Click here for details and tickets!
Tune in all day Wednesday, September 12th, for lots of chances to call in and win Mark Schultz‘ newly released CD, “All Things Possible”! Click here to access Mark’s recent interview with WJTL about his new music (with infant son, Ryan, in the background)!
Keep our number handy (818-392-3690) and listen for your cue from the DJs to call in and win!
Girlfriend Getaway offers busy women an opportunity to get away with girlfriends to be refreshed and restored in the Lord. Women of all ages and denominations can retreat with friends and fellow believers to be fed the living Word of God through praise and worship, Biblical teaching and other creative venues. Click here for more info and to see upcoming conference dates in Lancaster and Washington DC!
This week, whenever you leave a comment on our blogs at www.WJTL.com, you will automatically be entered to win a Girlfriend Getaway prize pack! It includes a Girlfriend Getaway tote bag, the DVD (blue ray!) set for the 2010-2011 Conference Tour called “Who Loves Ya, Baby?” and Cindy Foor‘s book “God Can Walk On His Eyeballs: The 10 Most Amazing Things He Taught Me”.
September is “Museum Month”, brought to you by The Museum Council of Lancaster County. For a complete listing of participating museums–and special offers, hours and programs–click here. Listen to the Kids Cookie Break throughout the month and tune in to WJTL all week long (Sept. 10-14) for more giveaways from local museums, including:
*Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society in Lancaster, featuring “Decorated and Plain: A Mennonite and Amish Sampler”
*the von Hess Foundation, Wright’s Ferry Mansion in Columbia
*The National Toy Train Museum in Strasburg
*Railroad Museum Of Pennsylvania in Strasburg
*North Museum of Natural History & Science in Lancaster
*Historic Boehm’s Chapel in Willow Street
*President James Buchanan’s Wheatland in Lancaster