Our Winning Wednesday prize for June 22, 2011 is a new compilation from Word Records called “Artists In Adoration.” It’s a 15-song worship project featuring artists like Francesca Battistelli, Chris August, Sidewalk Prophets, Christy Nockels and a whole bunch more! Tune in to win!
Zondervan recently released a novel that was inspired by the major motion picture “Letters To God,” which chronicles the life of a boy with terminal brain cancer who copes with the disease by writing letters to God. It’s a story of laughter, love and triumph–but most of all, a saga of hope! The “Letters To God” prize packs includes everything you see in the picture above!
*The novel “Letters To God”
*The original motion picture soundtrack on CD, featuring songs from Matthew West, Jeremy Camp, Addison Road, Sanctus Real and many more!
*12-Pack of Hope greeting cards
*reusable shopping tote
*John 3:16 “believe” wristband
We’ll pick one person who leaves a comment at our staff blogs this week! Leave your comments before midnight on Sunday, June 26th and you’ll automatically qualify to win! We’ll announce the winner (and contact them by email) on Monday, June 27th.
Tune in to FM 90.3 WJTL on Winning Wednesday, June 15th, for chances to win Jamie Grace’s “Hold Me” EP all day long! Check out her website to watch the official music video for her new song “Hold Me”, featuring Toby Mac. Click here!
Father’s Day is coming up on Sunday, June 19th!
WJTL has a fabulous prize package (valued at $597) that you could win for your dad!
WHAT’S IN THE PRIZE PACK?
*Greens fees and carts for 4 golfers plus one golf shirt from Groff’s Farm Golf Club in Mount Joy
*4 tickets for the Pinball Museum Arcade Suite of the Clipper Magazine Stadium for a Lancaster Barnstormers game
*A grill from EM Herr Ace Hardware in Columbia and Willow Street (in the form of a $150 gift card toward the grill of dad’s choice; it may also be used for merchandise)
*A $100 gift card to Stauffer’s of Kissl Hill (we suggest using it for meat for the new grill!)
HOW DO I ENTER?
*eMail Contest@WJTL.com by midnight on Thursday, June 16th with the following information:
-The name and singer of the Christian song you would like to dedicate to your dad on the radio (You may include 1-2 sentences with your reason for that song, but it is not required.)
-Your Dad’s name and City
-Your name, age, address and phone number
WHAT ARE THE RULES?
*If your mom or dad has ever been the recipient of a Mother’s Day or Father’s Day prize pack from WJTL, you are not eligible to enter
*Only ONE entry per person (make sure your entry has all necessary details BEFORE clicking “send”)
*Moms and Grandparents may send entries in on behalf of children who are too young to use the computer and form complete sentences
*Comments left on the contest blog DO NOT qualify as entries for this contest!
*Entries must be receive by the end of the day (midnight) on Thursday, June 16th. WJTL will play song dedications from among the entries throughout the day from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday, June 17th. The winner will be announced on the radio at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, June 17th. The winner will also be contacted by phone or email.
This week’s Feedback Giveback prize is a new compilation from Word Records called “Artists In Adoration.” It’s a 15-song worship project featuring artists like Francesca Battistelli, Chris August, Sidewalk Prophets, Christy Nockels and a whole bunch more!
We’ll pick one person leaves a comment at any staff blog at www.WJTL.com this week and award them the prize! So, make sure you leave a comment before midnight on Sunday, June 19th! We’ll announce the winner (and contact them by email) on Monday, June 20th!
This week’s Feedback Giveback prize is the book “The Butterfly Effect: How Your Life Matters” by New York Times best-selling Author Andy Andrews. Leave your comments at any blog at www.WJTL.com this week and you’ll automatically be entered to win! (Comments left before midnight on Sunday, June 12th will qualify for this prize. We will announce the winner on Monday, June 13th and contact them by email.)
walk in love. (products and apparel with a positive and inspiring message) is celebrating their grand opening in the Boscov’s wing at Park City Center in Lancaster! We’re big fans! This week, WJTL’s weekly Feedback Giveback prize is a $20 gift card to walk in love.’s store! So leave comments at the staff blogs at www.WJTL.com! Any comment you leave before midnight on Sunday, June 5th will automatically enter you to win! We’ll announce the winner on the radio (and contact them by email) on Monday, June 6th.
They’ll ROCK THE PARK on Saturday, June 18th at 7 p.m. (doors open at 6 p.m.) at Highland Park Campmeeting in Sellersville! We’ll give tickets away on the radio all day Wednesday, June 01. So tune in to win!
For details, click here!
Tune in today (Tuesday, May 31st) for chances to win tickets to “Encore The Festival” on the Get Up & Go Show with Fred & Lisa (6-10 a.m.) and Afternoon Drive with Kristi Leigh (2-6 p.m.).
“Encore The Festival” is a celebration of vitality focused on living and aging well. The festival features live music (including Blind Boys Of Alabama) and workshops. It takes place Saturday, June 4th, on the campus of Garden Spot Village in New Holland.
FRED MCNAUGHTON -Our friends from noaa weather have some timely advice about what to do if a Tornado is in the forecast. Check out the entire post here.
WHAT TO DO…
In a house with a basement: Avoid windows. Get in the basement and under some kind of sturdy protection (heavy table or work bench), or cover yourself with a mattress or sleeping bag. Know where very heavy objects rest on the floor above (pianos, refrigerators, waterbeds, etc.) and do not go under them. They may fall down through a weakened floor and crush you.
In a house with no basement, a dorm, or an apartment: Avoid windows. Go to the lowest floor, small center room (like a bathroom or closet), under a stairwell, or in an interior hallway with no windows. Crouch as low as possible to the floor, facing down; and cover your head with your hands. A bath tub may offer a shell of partial protection. Even in an interior room, you should cover yourself with some sort of thick padding (mattress, blankets, etc.), to protect against falling debris in case the roof and ceiling fail.
In an office building, hospital, nursing home or skyscraper:Go directly to an enclosed, windowless area in the center of the building — away from glass and on the lowest floor possible. Then, crouch down and cover your head. Interior stairwells are usually good places to take shelter, and if not crowded, allow you to get to a lower level quickly. Stay off the elevators; you could be trapped in them if the power is lost.
In a mobile home:Get out! Even if your home is tied down, you are probably safer outside, even if the only alternative is to seek shelter out in the open. Most tornadoes can destroy even tied-down mobile homes; and it is best not to play the low odds that yours will make it. If your community has a tornado shelter, go there fast. If there is a sturdy permanent building within easy running distance, seek shelter there. Otherwise, lie flat on low ground away from your home, protecting your head. If possible, use open ground away from trees and cars, which can be blown onto you.
At school:Follow the drill! Go to the interior hall or room in an orderly way as you are told. Crouch low, head down, and protect the back of your head with your arms. Stay away from windows and large open rooms like gyms and auditoriums.
In a car or truck: Vehicles are extremely dangerous in a tornado. If the tornado is visible, far away, and the traffic is light, you may be able to drive out of its path by moving at right angles to the tornado. Otherwise, park the car as quickly and safely as possible — out of the traffic lanes. [It is safer to get the car out of mud later if necessary than to cause a crash.] Get out and seek shelter in a sturdy building. If in the open country, run to low ground away from any cars (which may roll over on you). Lie flat and face-down, protecting the back of your head with your arms. Avoid seeking shelter under bridges, which can create deadly traffic hazards while offering little protection against flying debris.
In the open outdoors: If possible, seek shelter in a sturdy building. If not, lie flat and face-down on low ground, protecting the back of your head with your arms. Get as far away from trees and cars as you can; they may be blown onto you in a tornado.
In a shopping mall or large store: Do not panic. Watch for others. Move as quickly as possible to an interior bathroom, storage room or other small enclosed area, away from windows.
In a church or theater: Do not panic. If possible, move quickly but orderly to an interior bathroom or hallway, away from windows. Crouch face-down and protect your head with your arms. If there is no time to do that, get under the seats or pews, protecting your head with your arms or hands.