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.)
Singer/songwriter and worship leader, Brain Campbell, was my guest this week on New Tunes at 9. Brain took some time to talk about his kickstarter campaign, running through this Monday, April 7; more details at braincampbellmusic.com. Brian Campbell will be releasing a trio of new EP’s this year: “The One Worth It All,” “The French EP,” and “Born Again.”
Brian is continuing his work with Guitars for Glory, an organization committed to providing guitars and instruments for musicians across the globe. (The goal is to raise enough funds to send over 100 guitars, and guitar cases, to those in need, annually.)
As Brian wraps up his kickstarter campaign this Monday afternoon https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/briancampbellmusic/3-eps-in-2014-the-one-worth-it-all-french-ep-born?ref=live, he’s on his way to Australia to lead worship and play songs off his new EP, “The One Worth It All.” Brain spoke about his connection to pastors, posting testimonies online, and his vision for the project. (Listen here: https://wjtl.com/listen/wjtl-casts/.)
For more on Brian Campbell, go to http://www.briancampbellmusic.com/
JOHN SHIRK – Today’s Moment Of Celebration reflects on the significance of the bread and the cup.
In First Corinthians 11:23, the Apostle Paul wrote, “The Lord Jesus, on the night he was betrayed, took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and said, ‘This is my body, which is for you; do this in remembrance of me.’ In the same way, after supper he took the cup, saying, ‘This cup is the new covenant in my blood; do this, whenever you drink it, in remembrance of me.’
Communion is a time of remembrance to the defining moment in history when the love of Jesus was poured out for us sacrificially so that we could live for His glory, live through His power, and live with Him in relationship forever.
Whenever we eat the bread and drink the cup of the communion table, we proclaim the Lord’s death until He comes.
The significance of the bread and the cup is a reason to be glad in the Year of Celebration.
Your March 30th Some Sort Or Rock Show playlist! Now you can also follow SSRS on Facebook.
|Never Looking Back||Silverline|
|Gotta Be Something||Me In Motion|
|Jump Start My Heart||Satellites & Sirens|
|We Are the Brave||VERIDIA|
|Saved My Soul||The Museum|
|This Is Your Moment||The Deep Space Network|
|What About Tonight||7eventh Time Down|
|Better Off||Pete Stewart|
|Fight Song||The Almost|
|Let The Little Lady Talk||Capital Lights|
|This Isn’t Love||The Birdsongs|
|Zombie||We As Human|
|Into Your Veins||Five Iron Frenzy|
|The Slam [d Dubb Remix]||Toby Mac|
|Fists on Fire||Hour6|
|Calm The Storm||Spoken|
|Into My Arms||Embers In Ashes|
|Proof Of Life||Scott Stapp|
|Until The Sun Burns Out||The Red Airplanes|
|Everything’s Gonna Be Alright||Mike Mains & The Branches|
Here’s all the song information for the twin spins on this morning’s program. Get in touch if you have questions, comments or would like to be added to the weekly playlist email group.
Kristi Leigh — WJTL DJ
|Come Thou Fount (Acoustic)||David Crowder||All I Can Say||1998|
|After All (Holy)||David Crowder Band||Give Us Rest-A Requiem Mass In C (The Happiest of All The Keys)||2012|
|Before the Throne of God Above||Shane & Shane||Pages||2007|
|When I Think About the Lord||Shane & Shane||Carry Away||2003|
|I Can Only Imagine||Rita Springer||Effortless||2002|
|Rain Down||Rita Springer||I Have To Believe||2005|
|Better Is One Day||Charlie Hall||Better Is One Day||1999|
|Marvelous Light||Charlie Hall||Flying Into Daybreak||2006|
|Here I Am To Worship (feat. Martin Smith of Delirious||Tim Hughes||Happy Day||2009|
|Everything||Tim Hughes||Happy Day||2009|
|Give Me Jesus||Jeremy Camp||Beyond Measure||2006|
|Jesus Saves||Jeremy Camp||We Cry Out-The Worship Project||2010|
|The Love Of God||Mercy Me||Spoken For||2002|
|Word Of God Speak||Mercy Me||Spoken For||2003|
|Revelation Song (feat. Kari Jobe)||Gateway Worship||Cover The Earth||2006|
|In Christ Alone||Kristian Stanfill||Passion: Let The Future Begin||2013|
|Forever Reign||Kristian Stanfill||Passion: Here For You||2011|
|Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)||Chris Tomlin||Music Inspired By The Motion Picture Amazing Grace||2007|
|Your Love Is Extravagant||Casting Crowns||Casting Crowns||2003|
|Glorious Day (Living He Loved Me)||Casting Crowns||Until The Whole World Hears||2010|
|Glorified||Jared Anderson||Where Faith Comes From||2008|
|Great I Am (feat. Jared Anderson)||New Life Worship||You Hold It All||2011|
|Holy Roar||Christy Nockels||Passion: The Road To One Day||2000|
|A Mighty Fortress||Christy Nockels||Passion: Awakening (Deluxe Edition)||2010|
|Grace||Michael W. Smith||A New Hallelujah||2008|
|Agnus Dei (Original Recording)||Michael W. Smith||Go West Young Man||1990|
|10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)||Matt Redman||10,000 Reasons||2012|
|You Never Let Go||Matt Redman||Beautiful News||2006|
|Desert Song||Hillsong United||Across The Earth – Tear Down The Walls||2009|
|Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)||Hillsong United||Zion||2013|
|One Thirst and Hunger||Jeremy Riddle||Furious||2011|
|This Is Amazing Grace||Jeremy Riddle||Bethel Live: For The Sake Of The World||2012|
|Tears Of Joy||Phil Wickham||The Ascension||2013|
|Beauty For Ashes||Anthony Skinner||Forever And A Day||2004|
|Forever And A Day||Anthony Skinner||Forever And A Day||2004|
|Oh How I Need You||All Sons and Daughters||The Longing||2012|
|Your Glory||All Sons & Daughters||Season One||2012|
|Desert Soul||Rend Collective||Homemade Worship By Handmade People||2012|
|Alabaster||Rend Collective||Homemade Worship By Handmade People||2012|
|Victors Crown||Darlene Zschech||[digital single]||2014|
|Shout to the Lord||Darlene Zschech||Shout to the Lord||1997|
|Holy, Holy, Holy||Steven Curtis Chapman||WOW Hymns||2007|
|We Fall Down (feat. Chris Tomlin)||Steven Curtis Chapman||WOW Worship Red||2005|
|Majesty (Here I Am)||Delirious||World Service||2004|
|My Soul Sings||Delirious||Kingdom Of Comfort||2008|
|I Belong To You (feat. Derek Johnson)||Jesus Culture||Live from New York (with Martin Smith)||2012|
|Your Love Never Fails||Jesus Culture||Your Love Never Fails||2008|
|Taste And See||Brian and Jenn Johnson||We Believe||2006|
|Love Came Down||Brian Johnson||Love Came Down||2010|
FIVE FUN FREE FAMILY THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND!!! March 28, 29 & 30, 2014
5) Easter Egg Hunt Sunday, (March 30)11:30am-12:30 pm at New Creation Community Church, Emig Mill Road in Dover. Bags with handles will be given to each child to use for the “hunt” and to take home! More Info: 717-764-0252.
4) Imperfect Circle Art Show, tonight (Friday, Mar 28) 5-8pm at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church, Main St. Mount Joy Bobby Wehner and Sarah Way will perform music from the 70s and 80s. Come out to see local art, contribute to a community art canvas,and listen to the brass and guitar collaboration. More Info: Imperfect Circle Facebook page.
3) The Juan Catorce Band in concert Saturday (Mar 29) 7:00p at Emmaus Road Cafe in Lancaster. The Juan Catorce Band is a modern rock band based in Lancaster County. More Info: http://www.emmausroadcafe.org/
2) Internationally known cellist Emilio Colon will perform at Grace Lutheran Church in Lancaster, Sunday (Mar 30) 3pm. He’ll be joined by organist Murray Foreman and Colon’s wife and Ephrata native Cara Elise Colon on Cello for a special performance of Handel’s Sonata in G minor for Two Violins. The concert is free. More Info: (717) 397-2748
1) Signs of Spring Walk, Sunday (March 30, 2014) 2:30-4pm at Nixon County Park, Nixon Drive in York. Search the park’s stream banks and pond for signs of spring.More Info http://www.yorkcountyparks.org
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.) Singer/songwriter Jonathan Thulin was a recent guest on New Tunes at 9. The Swedish born artist, who makes his home in Minneapolis, has released the project “The White Room,” on Dream Records. Jonathan Thulin began singing at an early age and began traveling around the world with his parents at age 11. (His parents, who were evangelists, toured with The Gaithers and Carman, among others.) Thulin, whose also recorded and written songs with the band, Press Play, continues to mature as a songwriter. “This album was different for me,” he says, “I didn’t strategically write songs as I usually would,” The first single off “The White Room” is a song called, “Architecture.” Jonathan writes, “You build me up like a city of gold. The battles rage but I’m standing tall. You formed my heart like an empire. The wind and rain can’t stop this fire.” (Jonathan spoke about the song on New Tunes at 9. https://wjtl.com/listen/wjtl-casts/) For more on Jonathan Thulin, go to http://www.dreamrecords.org/, or visit https://www.facebook.com/jonathanthulin. Thulin is spelled “T-h-u-l-i-n” and pronounced “too-lane.”
JOHN SHIRK – Today’s Moment Of Celebration reflects on Jesus as the Resurrection and the Life.
In John 11:25, Jesus said to Martha: “I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die.”
Then, He turned to Martha and asked her a question that is relevant for us as well. Jesus said, “Do you believe this?”
There are various beliefs about Jesus today. Some say that He was a good man, who demonstrated wise teachings and who did good things for people, but not more than that. To others, He is a swear word. To others, He was a deceiver. Others echo the response of Martha, who said, “Yes, Lord, I believe that you are the Christ, the Son of God, who was to come into the world.”
By saying this, Martha was affirming that Jesus was not just another ordinary man, but that He came from heaven as a promise from God, and is the source of eternal life for all who trust Him for salvation.
The eternal life that Jesus offers us is a reason to be glad in the Year of Celebration.
JOHN SHIRK – Today’s Moment of Celebration reflects on Jesus as the Bread Of Life.
After feeding 5,000 people, starting with five loaves of bread and two fish, Jesus taught a lesson of faith about spiritual bread.
He said in John 6:35: “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.
Jesus was inviting us to come to Him for a type of nourishment that physical food could not provide. Blaise Pascal has said, “There is a God-shaped vacuum in the heart of every man which cannot be filled by any created thing, but only by God the Creator, made known through Jesus.
There are many different things that people seek to fill this vacuum. Some people seek satisfaction in money, fame, or pleasure. These are shallow substitutes for the long haul. Seeking Christ opens the way for us to live in relationship with God, and to experience His love and righteousness. In this way, we can have a fulfilling and thriving relationship with God that lasts forever.
The Bread of Life that Jesus offers us is a reason to be glad in the Year of Celebration.
JOHN SHIRK – Today’s Moment of Celebration reflects on the living water that Jesus offers us.
Jesus said to the woman at the well, “Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again, but whoever drinks the water I give him will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give him will become in him a spring of water welling up to eternal life.”
Water is essential for us to live. Physical water refreshes us for a period of time, but then we need to have more to sustain us. Going three days without water puts a person’s life at risk. The water that Jesus offers is enough to satisfy our soul forever.
Today, Jesus gives us the opportunity to drink from the fountain of His grace. This grace is a gift from God. It’s not something that we earn or buy with money. His grace is a gift that we receive by trusting in Jesus for salvation.
Psalm 34:8 invites us to taste and see that the LORD is good. This becomes a reality when we embrace God’s grace.
The Living Water that Jesus offers us is a reason to be glad in the Year of Celebration.
This week I took a field trip! I visited the Pathways Out Of Poverty exhibit at HOPE International‘s headquarters in Lancaster. Pathways out of Poverty is an interactive experience that invites visitors to remember the needy by walking alongside them for a moving journey from poverty to hope.
I’ve heard about the lives changed by HOPE and what they do over the years; but now I feel like I’ve seen it for myself. I didn’t physically leave the country; but the 30 minute exhibit sure makes it feel that way! I was given an .mp3 player and headphones and started at the front door of a typical home here in Lancaster County. Next, the exhibit took me to the huts and hospital rooms of people facing big challenges all over the world. There are 8 different real-life stories featured. I saw their faces, peeked into their homes and heard their very own voices describe what they were up against. If that’s where it ended, it’d be one big bummer–but thankfully the exhibit also shows the difference that HOPE International helped them make in their lives. It was powerful and something I’ll remember for a long time. I want to encourage you to visit! Click here for info at HOPE’s website and to book a time to visit.