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New Tunes at 9 Roundup with City Harbor

phil : June 5, 2014 7:38 pm : music, Radio Friend Phil, Staff Pages

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.)


WJTL is celebrating 30 years of Christ, community, and music this weekend. You can join us at the Junction Center tomorrow for guest speaker Bob Lenz; and live music from Dan and Lauren Smith, Sanctus Real, and City Harbor. Also tomorrow: studio tours, birthday cake, fireworks, and more; all the details at


City Harbor is the music duo of Molly Reed and Robby Earle; their self-titled debut project is available now. City Harbor’s website states, “When we see hurting people, struggling loved ones, and injustice in the world, we’re always thinking somebody’s gotta do something, and we know it has to start with us.”


Molly Reed, who’s married to Mike Grayson of Mikeschair, explained the story behind the song, “Heartbeat,” on New Tunes at 9 (Listen here:


For more City Harbor, go to

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Moment Of Celebration-Pentecost

john : June 5, 2014 5:43 pm : John Shirk, Staff Pages

JOHN SHIRK – Today’s Moment Of Celebration reflects on the significance of Pentecost.

In Acts 2, the Holy Spirit came in power at the time of a Jewish Feast, which commemorated when God spoke to Moses and gave the Ten Commandments to the Hebrews.

The Feast of Weeks also happened at the beginning of an agricultural season. One of the practices of this feast is to bring the firstfruits to God, as an acknowledgment of God’s gracious hand.

Just as the Feast of Weeks was a turning point for the Jews to receive the law, Pentecost became a turning point for the church to receive the Holy Spirit. The result was new life and the power that believers would need to be witnesses for Jesus. 3,000 people responded to Peter’s sermon on the day of Pentecost and experienced new life in Christ.

The significance of Pentecost is a reason to be glad in the Year of Celebration.

John Shirk

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Moment Of Celebration-God’s Guidance

john : June 4, 2014 2:44 pm : John Shirk, Staff Pages

JOHN SHIRK – Today’s Moment Of Celebration reflects on a life directed by God.

One of the questions that graduates face is “what will I do with the rest of my life?” This is a significant question. The answer may depend on another question. “Who will lead us?”

Proverbs 3:5 and 6 are key passages that reveal how our lives can be directed by the wisdom of God’s plan.

“Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will direct your paths.” The next verse is also important for having a mindset that is ready to respond to the counsel of God.

“Do not be wise in your own eyes; fear the LORD and shun evil.”

For moral decisions, there is clarity available in the commandments of God.

For career decisions, there is guidance available in the hand of God.

For decisions that build relationships, there is help available in the love of God.

Having our paths directed by God is a reason to be glad in the Year of Celebration.

John Shirk

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30th Anniversary Concert Update and Schedule

stacey : June 4, 2014 2:04 pm : Stacey Gagne

STACEY GAGNE – Our 30th Anniversary Concert Event is just a few days away; and we have more fun activities up our sleeve to add to the already exciting line up!

Join us this Saturday when doors open at 4:00 pm for tours of The Junction Center, take a spin on our pedal carts and get a fun photo with your family or friends in the photo booth!   We’ll also be serving free anniversary cake from Country Table Restaurant.   Other food will be available onsite for purchase including treats from Turkey Hill and Uncle Jerry’s Kettle Corn and Catering With Attitude’s food truck.

Some of our friends are helping add to the fun including prizes provided by Turkey Hill Dairy, Sight and Sound Theatres, Walk in Love , Chick-fil-A and more.  We’ve also put together an extra special WJTL prize pack including our brand new full line of tshirts.  We plan to do giveaways throughout the evening.

The program begins at 5:15 with the planned schedule below:

5:15 pm: Welcome
5:20 pm: Dan & Lauren Smith
6:10 pm: City Harbor
7:00 pm: Bob Lenz
8:00 pm: Sanctus Real
9:05 pm: FIREWORKS

Our staff is really excited to celebrate with you.   Tickets are free, but need to be reserved.   Visit for details.  See YOU Saturday!


The New WJTL App Is Here

phredd : June 3, 2014 4:35 am : Fred McNaughton, Staff Pages

FRED MCNAUGHTON – The Brand New WJTL App for iPhone and Ipad is here. Now you can take WJTL with you wherever you go. You can listen to WJTL, visit the WJTL Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Home page. You can check out the playlist and even support WJTL directly from the App.  The App is free at the itunes store.  Do a search from your iPhone or iPad in the App Store or click on the banner at the side of our homepage.  Let us know what you think.

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Some Sort of Rock Show

promojohn : June 1, 2014 10:44 pm : John Staffieri

Your June 1st Some Sort of Rock Show playlist:

Tonight’s playlist!

We Are The Broken- Seventh Day Slumber
Say It Like You Mean It- New Empire
I Know- Lecrae
Whatever It Takes- Pillar
We Are the Brave- VERIDIA
Shook- Thousand Foot Krutch
Breaking Out- Sumerlin
The Show- Hawk Nelson
Alive In You- 7eventh Time Down
Run and Escape- RED
Fight Song- The Almost
Saved My Soul- The Museum
BZRK (feat. KB)- Family Force 5
Supersonic- Family Force 5
Criminal- Scientist
You Never Fail Me- Me In Motion
Hour 2
Ones and Zeroes- Stellar Kart
Easy Way Out- Southbound Fearing
The Right Direction- Red Jumpsuit Apparatus
Slow Suicide- Scott Stapp
When We All Come Alive- Switchfoot
Superhuman- After Edmund
Tomorrows Another Day- MxPx
Lonely Soul- I Anthem
The Heart- Needtobreathe
I Am- Crowder
What I Believe- Skillet
This Isn’t Love- The Birdsongs
War Is Over- Run Kid Run
Memory- Decyfer Down
Blue- Manic Drive

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Praise&Worship Fruit Of The Spirit Playlist

kristi : June 1, 2014 6:00 am : Kristi Leigh, music, Staff Pages

Our theme today:

A Song Of Peace Nichole Nordeman Listen To Our Hearts, Vol. 1 1998
How Deep The Fathers Love For Us Joy Williams WOW Worship 2004
Pour Out Your Spirit Lord Evan Wickham Mysterious Things 2005
What Wondrous Love Cherie Adams Bridges – Classic Hymns, Modern Worship 2005
Faithful Chuck Gibson Band Chuck Gibson 2012
Joy Is In This Place Tim Hughes When Silence Falls 2004
Pass Me Not O Gentle Savior Bart Millard Hymned 2005
Amazing Love Bebo Norman WOW Worship Red 2005
Faithful Sisterbrother Sisterbrother 2011
Love Never Fails Brandon Heath What If We 2009
Tears Of Joy Phil Wickham The Ascension 2013
Your Goodness Brian Campbell Hearts Wake To The Giver Of Life 2012
Your Love Never Fails Jesus Culture Your Love Never Fails 2008
Spirit Speaks All Sons & Daughters Season One 2012
After Your Heart Phil Wickham Cannons 2007
Revolutionary Love David Crowder Band Illuminate 2004
Walk By Faith Jeremy Camp Live Unplugged 2005
Joyful (The One Who Saves) Brenton Brown Joyful 2010
Spirit Fall Chris Tomlin Passion: Here For You 2011
Control JJ Heller When Im With You 2011
My Love For You Jeremy Riddle Full Attention 2007
More Love More Power Jeff Deyo Saturate 2002
Find Us Faithful Steve Green People Need The Lord 1994
Youre Good Lord Kathryn Scott Satisfy 2003
Joyous Light Chris Tomlin Passion: Hymns Ancient and Modern 2004
Come Holy Spirit Medley Israel and New Breed New Season 2001
How He Loves John Mark McMillan The Medicine 2010
You Are Holy (Prince Of Peace) Michael W. Smith Worship Again 2003
Keep The Faith Tim Hughes Love Shine Through 2011
The Love Of God Mercy Me Spoken For 2002
Your Love Is Extravagant Casting Crowns Casting Crowns 2003
Your Mercy And Kindness (feat. Chris McCrea) PDI No Greater Love 2001
For The Good Shane & Shane Everything Is Different 2009
Faithful Brooke Fraser Albertine 2008
Beauty of Your Peace Tim Hughes When Silence Falls 2004
Here Is Love Matt Redman Passion: Hymns Ancient and Modern 2004
My Joy Philip Herndon Love In Every Motion 2012
True Love Phil Wickham Singalong 2008
Joy Has Dawned Bethany Dillon and Matt Hammitt (of Sanctus Real) In Christ Alone – Modern Hymns Of Worship 2008
Spirit Of The Living God FFH WOW Worship 2004
Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee Charlie Hall Passion: Hymns Ancient and Modern 2004
Love Shine Through Tim Hughes Love Shine Through 2011
Great Is Thy Faithfulness Israel Houghton WOW Hymns 2007
Love Came Down Brian Johnson Love Came Down 2010
God Is Good Dustin Kensrue The Water & The Blood 2013
Surely Goodness And Mercy Ashley Cleveland Men And Angels Say 2005
Waiting Here For You Christy Nockels Passion: Here For You 2011
I Wait For The Lord Jeremy Camp Carried Me 2004
Where The Spirit Of The Lord Is (feat. Christy Nockels) Chris Tomlin Passion: Awakening 2010
Joy Phil Wickham Response 2011
You Are Good Rita Springer I Have To Believe 2005
Hes Always Been Faithful Sara Groves Conversations 2002


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Does Your Fall Event Need a Home?

stacey : May 30, 2014 5:00 pm : Stacey Gagne

STACEY GAGNE –  Dates are available for booking venues at The Junction Center this Fall.   Banquets, corporate events, weddings, concerts, church services, parties, and more can be held in our facilities here at 1875 Junction Road.   We’ve had a great response from guests who have joined us so far.

The Junction Center tent is a Saddleback tent venue with a completely open interior.   When set up in concert style with a stage at one end; it will accommodate approximately 650 people.  Banquet seating capacity is approximately 450 depending on the type of table used.  In “band shell” set up, the audience capacity increases to the thousands.   The marquee tent outside of the larger saddleback tent works great as a greeting area or lobby for  larger events.  It can also be equipped for a smaller group banquet space or party.   Some examples of events hosted so far includes:  S. Clyde Weaver’s company picnic,  Manheim BIC’s combined Easter Service, Child Evangelism Fellowship’s Banquet, Hempfield Baseball end of the year party, Victory Church Young Adult Kick off service, a PA Dutch Convention and Visitors Bureau Mixer, National Day of Prayer and various other concerts and events.

We also take reservations for The Millen Room, a cozy 980 square foot café featuring a small stage plus tables and seating for approximately 50 people.  Business Meetings, smaller parties (birthday, bridal and baby showers), luncheons and similar functions work great in this space equipped with a warming kitchen, projection and sound equipment.

More details about the venues are available at  Please email for questions specific to your event needs.


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Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend

phredd : May 30, 2014 8:57 am : Fred McNaughton, Staff Pages


5)  Triple Tree Ministries is hosting a free concert at Victory Church tomorrow (Saturday Night, May 31) at 6pm to help benefit the “Brotherhood Relief Fund.”  Concerts by Jimmy Emig Band and Raging Grace. More Info:

4) Coffee House Ministries is a Ministry of New Birth/New Life Ministries in York Sunday (June 1) from 6-8pm. Coffee, Music, Testimonies & Fellowship featuring the Worship Band Ransomed Souls. More Info:

3) Mountville Lawn Concert Series kicks off Sunday (June 1) at 7:pm at Mountville Church of the Brethren featuring The Bainbridge Band. The concert is free and so is the ice cream which is being served by a local community group.

2)  Kids Come First on the First on Sunday (June 1) from 7am to 8pm Kids ages 5-12 can play a FREE game of Pitch & Putt Golf at Evergreen Golf Course in Manheim. However, Each child must be accompanied by a paying adult. Clubs and balls are provided.

1) Summer Reading Kickoff  tomorrow (Sat. May 31st) from 1-3PM for children and teens at Musser Park, Lancaster. Music, Crafts, Science experiments and more. Sign up for Summer Reading! RAIN location at Lancaster Public Library. The event is Free, Registration NOT required. More Info: (717) 394-2651

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New Tunes at 9 Roundup: Among the Thirsty

phil : May 29, 2014 6:46 pm : music, Radio Friend Phil, Staff Pages

RADIO FRIEND PHIL – Greetings! It’s time for 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 band Among the Thirsty is working on the August release of their next studio project, “Who You Say I Am.”

Among the Thirsty is best known for their 2009 radio hit, “I’d Need a Savior,” a song found on the project, “Wonder.” Among the Thirsty is led by lead singer, Ryan Daniel. The new single, “What Love Looks Like” includes these lyrics: “And now I’m learning how you love me. What it looks like in my life. You changed everything around me and inside.”

Ryan Daniel explained the story behind the song on New Tunes at 9 (and you can listen to the conversation here:

For more on Among the Thirsty, go to

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