FIVE FUN FREE FAMILY THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND!!! June 20, 21 & 22, 2014
5) Family Movie Night at The Junction Center in Manheim, tonight (Fri. June 20th) at 7PM. Doors open at 6PM – Pedal Cars to ride before the movie. More Info: thejunctioncenter.com
4) Veritas 3rd Friday Coffeehouse & Open Mic Night with featured performer Angela Michele Walker tonight (Friday, June 20) 7pm. Open mic, coffee, food and more.More Info: http://www.facebook.com/CommunityRoomonKing
3) Kids Cookie Break live at Shady Maple tomorrow (Sat. June 21) 9am – noon. Games, giveaways, door prizes, song requests and fun – live from Shady Maple! More Info: kidscookiebreak.com
2) 10th Annual Cruisin’ Columbia Car Show tomorrow (Sat. June 21st)10am-3pm on Locust Street in downtown Columbia. Walk down memory lane with vintage cars, music, food & more. Admission for spectators is free. More Info: 717-684-5249
1) Central Penn Parent Family Favorites Festival tomorrow (Sat. Jun 21, 2014) 10am-4pm at Long’s Park Lancaster. Live music, animals, bounce houses, storytime corner and free child friendly activities. Princess and Superhero Parades. Steven Courtney & The Suitcase Musicians in concert at 11:30am and 1:30pm. More Info: http://familyfavoritesfestival.com/lancaster/
RADIO FRIEND PHIL – Greetings! Welcome to this week’s New Tunes at 9 Roundup. (New Tunes at 9, one-hour of new and emerging music, weeknights at 9 p.m. on WJTL.)
The Museum’s latest project, “What We Stand For,” is available now on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play, among others. “What We Stand For” is the follow-up to “My Only Rescue,” a project that included “Not For Sale,” a song written and recorded to generate interest in the anti-human trafficking campaign of the same name. (To date, over $10, 000 has been raised to help victims of abuse.)
Ben Richter is the lead singer of the Museum. Ben was a recent guest on New Tunes at 9; we talked about the band’s ministry at their home church, Briar Lake Baptist Church, Atlanta, and the writing of the new project, “What We Stand For.” (Ben also talked about the musical growth of the Museum and the incorporation of Appalachian instruments, including the banjo)
For more on The Museum, go to http://themuseummusic.com/
INTERN KRISTIN – Hello WJTL listeners! My name is Kristin Heydt, but you will probably come to know me better as Intern Kristin. I am ecstatic to have the chance to intern here at WJTL, following the lead of many before me, including my older brother. After seeing him get to do all sorts of cool things with the station, I hoped for years that I might be able to have the same opportunity. To my delight, I was fortunate enough to have received one of the internship positions for this summer! Following my time here, I will be entering my junior year at West Chester University where I am studying communication. I am focusing on both the public relations and broadcasting aspects of communication studies, so being at WJTL is a great fit for me. My goal is to get a full time job working in sports media.
I have been a resident of Mount Joy for my entire life and am the youngest of three siblings, with two older brothers. My oldest brother Scott, who interned here at the station in 2008, also graduated with a degree in communication from Millersville, and lives in Lancaster with his wife and son (my nephew Carter, who rocks!) My other brother Ben also graduated from Millersville and just received his master’s degree in new media journalism. My mother is a teacher in the Donegal School District, and my father is the teaching pastor at Grace United Methodist Church in Millersville. My parents have always had a huge impact on my faith.
In my spare time when I’m not interning here at WJTL, I enjoy relaxing with my friends and family, listening to music, taking afternoon naps and singing in the shower. I am also a HUGE hockey fan, and could talk about it for hours. Go Flyers!
So far, I absolutely love being a WJTL intern. I have done a variety of jobs including recording promos for the bumper sticker contest, assisting with live remotes, and doing the weather for the morning show. I love the opportunity to be able to have real learning experiences here at the station, and I always feel like there are impacts being made. The staff here is so great, and I am very lucky to be able to work with them for the entire summer! I hope to see you at a WJTL event soon!
Today we’re doing Twin Spins–and each one includes a hymn!
Hope you have a fantastic Father’s Day weekend,
|Hallelujah To My King||Paul Baloche||Our God Saves||2007|
|Great Redeemer||Paul Baloche||Our God Saves||2007|
|Before the Throne of God Above||Shane & Shane||Pages||2007|
|There is None Like You||Shane & Shane||Clean||2004|
|Heres My Heart||Crowder||Passion: Let The Future Begin||2013|
|All Creatures||David Crowder Band||Illuminate||2003|
|Rising Sun||All Sons & Daughters||The Longing – EP||2012|
|Come Thou Fount||All Sons & Daughters||Prone To Wander: A Collection of Hymns|
|Great I Am (feat. Jared Anderson)||New Life Worship||You Hold It All||2011|
|Your Grace Is Enough/Grace That Is Greater||Jared Anderson||Songs 4 Worship Ultimate||2011|
|I Stand Amazed||Glassbyrd||Open Wide This Window||2003|
|Doxology||Glassbyrd||Bridges – Classic Hymns, Modern Worship||2005|
|Redeemed||Big Daddy Weave||Love Come To Life||2012|
|Trust and Obey||Big Daddy Weave||Every Time I Breathe||2006|
|I Shall Not Want||Audrey Assad||Fortunate Fall||2013|
|So Great (feat. Israel Houghton, Christy Nockels)||Michael W. Smith||WOW Hits 1||2008|
|The Wonderful Cross||Michael W. Smith||WOW Hymns||2000|
|Great Is Thy Faithfulness||Israel Houghton||WOW Hymns||2007|
|Fairest Lord Jesus||Christy Nockels||Passion: Hymns Ancient and Modern||2004|
|Take My Life (Live Version)||Chris Tomlin||Passion: Hymns Ancient and Modern||2004|
|Refiners Fire||Brian Doerksen||Songs 4 Worship Ultimate||2011|
|Just As I Am||Brian Doerksen||Amazing Grace||2007|
|Alabaster||Rend Collective||Homemade Worship By Handmade People||2012|
|You Are My Vision||Rend Collective||Homemade Worship By Handmade People||2012|
|Thrill||Charlie Hall||The Bright Sadness||2008|
|Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee||Charlie Hall||Passion: Hymns Ancient and Modern||2004|
|Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)||Hillsong United||Zion||2013|
|Cornerstone (My Hope Is Built)||Hillsong Live||Cornerstone EP||2013|
|One Thirst and Hunger||Jeremy Riddle||Furious||2011|
|God Moves In A Mysterious Way||Jeremy Riddle||Full Attention||2007|
|Sometimes By Step (feat. Rich Mullins)||Bebo Norman||WOW Worship Aqua||2006|
|Amazing Love||Bebo Norman||WOW Worship Red||2005|
|God Of Our Salvation||Phil Wickham||Response||2011|
|This Is Amazing Grace||Phil Wickham||The Ascension||2013|
|10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord) (feat. Passion)||Matt Redman||Passion: White Flag||2012|
|Here Is Love||Matt Redman||Passion: Hymns Ancient and Modern||2004|
|Hallelujahs||Chris Rice||Deep Enough To Dream|
|Old Rugged Cross||Chris Rice||Peace Like a River – The Hymns Project||2007|
|Redeeming King||Jadon Lavik||Empty Me – Vol. 1||2004|
|I Need Thee||Jadon Lavik||Roots Run Deep||2008|
|We Fall Down (feat. Chris Tomlin)||Steven Curtis Chapman||WOW Worship Red||2005|
|Holy, Holy, Holy||Steven Curtis Chapman||WOW Hymns||2007|
|Sound of Melodies||Leeland||Sound of Melodies||2006|
|Lord, I Want To Be A Christian||Leeland Mooring||Bridges – Classic Hymns, Modern Worship||2005|
|Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus (Look Up)||Nichole Nordeman||Jesus, Firm Foundation (Hymns Of Worship)||2013|
|How Deep The Fathers Love For Us||Nichole Nordeman||Worship Together Favorites||2007|
|Hallelujah, God is Near||Robbie Seay Band||Better Days||2006|
|Come Ye Sinners||Robbie Seay Band||Better Days||2005|
|Revelation Song||Phillips, Craig and Dean||Fearless||2009|
|Wonderful Merciful Savior||Phillips, Craig and Dean||Let My Words Be Few||2001|
|Here I Am To Worship (feat. Martin Smith of Delirious||Tim Hughes||Happy Day||2009|
|When I Survey||Tim Hughes||Happy Day||2009|
FIVE FUN FREE FAMILY THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND!!! June 13, 14 & 15, 2014
5) Lovin’ Lititz Every Second Friday, tonight (Friday June 13th) from 5pm-9pm in Downtown Lititz. Family activities and free entertainment – rain or shine. More Info: 717-626-6332
4) 2014 Annual Community Bash tomorrow (Saturday, June 14) 11am -3pm at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Trinity Rd in York. Music, Games, Art Pavillion, Bounce House, Service Vehicles, Old Fashioned Cake Walks and more! More Info: http://www.saintpaul-trinity.org/
3) FREE Kids Carnival tomorrow (Saturday June 14th) from 10AM-2PM at St. John’s UMC, Firehouse Rd in Grantville. FREE games, Fish Pond, Spin Art, Bean Bag Toss, Bouncy House, and more. FREE food hot dogs, cotton candy, snow cones, popcorn, and drinks. More Info: http://www.grantvilleumc.org
2) Harvest Bible Chapel Lancaster will hold Family Fest at WJTL’s Junction Center Tent in Manheim On Sunday (June 15) beginning at 9AM with family festivities for all ages including inflatables, pedal cars, motorcycles, and classic cars. At 10:30AM, there will be a worship and celebration service featuring the worship band from Harvest Bible Chapel Chicago and devotional thoughts from Senior Pastor Jamie Mitchell. The event is open to the public and will be held rain or shine.
1) 15 annual Motorsports Show & BBQ tomorrow (Saturday, June 14)at LCBC Church, Manheim from 9am-2pm. The event is free to vehicle exhibitors and spectators and features muscle cars, street rods, new & antique cars and motorcycles, scooters, trucks, RC cars, airplanes and helicopters.This family event has vehicles, food, prizes & more. More Info:LCBCChurch.com.
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!
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!
RADIO FRIEND PHIL – Greetings! Welcome to this week’s New Tunes at 9 Roundup. (New Tunes at 9, one-hour of new and emerging music, weeknights at 9 p.m. on WJTL.)
Last week the announcement was made that Kevin Max will be stepping down as lead singer of Audio Adrenaline. After recording just one project, “Kings & Queens,” the amicable breakup finds Kevin Max resuming his role as a solo artist.
The new lead singer for Audio Adrenaline will be former Abandon vocalist, Josh Engler. Will McGinniss, founding member and bassist with Audio Adrenaline stated, “God is a creative and redemptive God. (Josh’s) work with Abandon speaks for itself.” http://www.jesusfreakhideout.com/interviews/AudioAdrenaline2014.asp
Also last week, Kevin Max announced his new song, “Infinite,” and new project, “Broken Temples.”
Kevin Max told JesusFreakHideout.com, “We are a bunch of wandering temples in need of the sprit to indwell us. Without the spirit, we are empty and in need of repair.” http://www.jesusfreakhideout.com/interviews/KevinMax2014.asp
For more on these musical developments, and to read the complete interviews, go to http://www.jesusfreakhideout.com/default.aspx
JOHN SHIRK – Today’s Moment Of Celebration reflects on the righteous causes that spring from godly desires.
These are words from Psalm 37:4 to 6. “Delight yourself in the LORD and he will give you the desires of your heart. Commit your way to the LORD; trust in him, and he will do this: He will make your righteousness shine like the dawn, the justice of your cause like the noonday sun.”
When we are fully committed to God, there is a purpose that is stirred in our heart that moves us to action. That purpose is the Gospel. God gives His followers different forms of ministry to represent Jesus to the community. One person might have the calling to confront racism, while another person might have the desire to serve at a homeless shelter. Another person might be moved to speak up and defend those who have no voice to speak up for themselves. Where the Lord plants desires in our heart, He provides a platform to shed light on the justice of our cause. God-given desires become God’s opportunities to fulfill God’s purposes through us.
The righteous causes that spring from godly desires is a reason to be glad in the Year of Celebration.
INTERN EDDIE – Hello WJTL listeners and supporters! It feels good to be back in good ole’ Lancaster County for the summer, and it feels even better to be given the opportunity to be one of the interns here at WJTL! About nine months out of the year for the past three years, I’ve been studying at Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri, pursuing a degree in music business and technology and am currently on track to graduate in December of this year. I volunteered with WJTL last summer and when it came time for me to choose the internship that’s required for graduation, I thought how exciting it would be to experience the radio industry and how it works inside and out firsthand. I applied in January, and in a few weeks, I was in!
I’m a native of Lancaster born into a family of five, growing up with an older brother and younger sister. My brother graduated from Evangel last year and is currently pursuing medical school in hopes of becoming a doctor, and my sister just finished her sophomore year of high school. My mother is a teacher at CTC, and my father owns his own painting and contracting business where I sometimes work during my summers home from school. When I’m not working or studying at school, I like to spend time with family and friends, write and listen to music, and fitness train at the gym.
If you’re wondering what a music business and technology degree entails, I’ll go into a little more detail of what my experience has been like at Evangel. When I first got there, I had no idea what I wanted to do (like most students), but I knew that I had a passion for music, and so I decided to take a step in that direction and start taking music classes. I also knew I wanted to be involved in worship for their chapel services; I had been leading worship at church since 8th grade, and knew that that was the ministry God wanted me to be in. So, I met a few guys who wanted to form a band, and we tried out. I became one of the chapel worship leaders my second semester, and I was blessed to be able to serve the school at that position for six semesters. Evangel has a worship leadership degree, but I decided that since I already had significant experience in leading worship, I would focus my studies in another area of music where I could develop new skills. That area ended up being recording and producing. For the past few semesters, my college experience has consisted of spending long hours in the studio recording and producing music, finding musicians to play for my tracks, and meeting tight deadlines while trying to complete other projects and assignments. It’s been overwhelming at times, but I can’t say that I regret choosing this degree. It’s been really fun, and I’ve learned an extensive amount about music and the industry in the past couple years.
WJTL has offered a great temporary change from the work that I’ve grown accustomed to at school, and they don’t mess around. On the first day, I was on-air within fifteen minutes doing the weather. Definitely not what I was expecting. Other than being a meteorologist, I’ve been able to work in the production studio, recording and producing a promo spot for the bumper sticker contest. So far that’s been my favorite part, considering I get to use some of the production skills that I’ve picked up at school. In addition, I’ve also been able to help set up and tear down stages for a couple of the concerts that WJTL has hosted and shadow the sound engineers behind the scenes. I’m looking forward to the rest of the summer here with the awesome staff at FM 90.3! It’s gonna be a blast!
STACEY GAGNE – There are tons of great concerts and events taking place at The Junction Center during the tent season which runs all the way into October! In the midst of all the concerts and events; we host Family Movie Nights every month! Movie Nights are fun times to come out and enjoy some tasty treats, ride the pedal carts and watch a family movie together.
Family Movie Nights at WJTL are free! When you reserve your ticket you are given a “Name Your Price” donation option, but that price can be from $0 on up. We want this to be a blessing to you and your family whether you are prepared to make a donation or not.
Our Monthly Movies include:
June 20: JONAH! A Veggietales Movie
July 18: Mary Poppins (1964)
August 15: The Muppet Movie (1979)
September 19: The Parent Trap (1961)
October 17: The Love Bug (1969)
All movie nights begin at 7:00 pm with doors opening at 6:00 pm and are held in the Junction Center Tent at 1875 Junction Rd in Manheim. Uncle Jerry’s Kettle Corn and Turkey Hill treats and drinks will be available for purchase.
*Parents are always encouraged to research movies to ensure they are compatible with what is acceptable for your family viewing.