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Free Coffee House

October 27th, 2017 No comments

Free Coffee House at Enola First Church of God featuring Jeff Imboden on Oct. 27th from 7pm-8:30pm. All are welcome. Refreshments will be served. A freewill offering will be taken. 717-732-4253 or

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Farewell to Kings concert

October 1st, 2017 No comments

Farewell to Kings is a local Christian band based in Lancaster. They are hosting a free concert at the Booking House in Manheim on Oct. 1st from 6pm-8:30pm. Bring a friend to this FREE event!

Luther: the Project of a Thousand Voices

September 17th, 2017 No comments

A huge multi-media, musical production celebrating the life of one of history’s most influential figures will make its American premiere in Lancaster County at 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 17 at The Junction Center.

The “Luther Oratorio: the Project of a Thousand Voices” is a courtroom docudrama that celebrates the life and legacy of Protestant Reformer Martin Luther, while exploring the timely issues of equality, politics and fear

This multi-media rock oratorio, a new genre which combines the best elements of historical and modern music and theatrical styles, is set at the 1521 German Diet of Worms, where Luther was tried for heresy four years after posting his 95 Theses. It features a cast of soloists, a mega-choir, a rock band and an orchestra, as well as media projection and video.  Jay Poff, most recently seen as Moses at Sight & Sound, plays the title role of Luther. Hurley Addair, another Sight & Sound alum, who has considerable experience in New York and Europe, adds her powerhouse voice as a childhood friend of Luther.

Tickets are available at or calling 717-459-3701.

Grace UMC’s Hymn Festival

September 10th, 2017 No comments

Grace UMC’s Hymn Festival on Sept. 10th at 11am. Before each hymn, Dr. Moorman-Stahlman will share a little about the history of the hymn. The Derry Presbyterian Church (Hershey, PA) brass quartet, under the direction of Scott Ramirez, will join with in worship that morning as a musical outreach of their church.

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Activ8 Love Fest

August 27th, 2017 No comments

Activ8 Love Fest on Sun. Aug. 27th from 5pm-8:30pm. Food, house bounces, face painting, Bingo, snow cones, prizes and many more activities.  Activ8 Love Fest concludes with a concert featuring Loso from Tampa, FL.

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Evening of Worship with Phil Stacey

August 18th, 2017 No comments

Evening of Worship with Phil Stacey on Friday, Aug. 17th at 7pm at Bethel Assembly of God in Littlestown. Phil Stacey is a Christian recording artist and a worship leader at a large Assembly of God church in Kansas. Phil was one of the top 5 finalists on the 6th season of American Idol. He has also toured with Michael W. Smith and Natalie Grant.  There is no cost to attend but there will be an offering received for Phil. Doors will open at 6:00 PM. 717.359.4675

Blue Sky Falls Playing at Emmaus Road Cafe

August 12th, 2017 No comments

Blue Sky Falls Playing at Emmaus Road Cafe on Sat. Aug. 12th. Doors open at 7:00pm, and the music starts at 7:30pm. Founded in 2015, Blue Sky Falls (formerly known as the Juan Catorce band) offers listeners soaring three part harmonies, intricate interplay between instruments, and an evident love for making and sharing their music. Their three songwriters, Brad Rhine, Rob Dunham, and Nate Miller, cowrite and collaborate on new music, building a stable of modern indie pop songs with a spiritual edge.

Brad plays electric guitar and ukulele, and sings lead on most songs. He’s surrounded by fellow vocalists Nate Miller on acoustic guitar and Rob Dunham on keys. With Brad’s wife Jen on bass and Jerry Heim on drums providing an unshakeable rhythm section, their sound is constantly evolving. Blue Sky Falls released their self-titled first EP in the summer of 2016.

Admission to the event is free. Emmaus Road Cafe offers coffee drinks, Italian sodas and baked goods for sale. The cafe is located at 1886 Lincoln Highway East in Lancaster. Questions can be directed to or at 717-478-3672.

Victory Express Concert

August 5th, 2017 No comments

An award-winning family gospel group from Mount Joy, Pennsylvania who has been voted the 2016 Keystone Group of the Year by the PSGMA (Pennsylvania Southern Gospel Music Association). From churches to cruise ships, from concert halls to county fairs, one of the top family Gospel groups in the music industry is Victory Express. For the past 40 years, Ron Cornell and his family have been ministering throughout the USA and abroad.

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Free Coffee House

June 23rd, 2017 No comments

Free Coffee House featuring “Codie Reed” (Gospel Vocal) on June 23rd from 7pm-8:30pm at Enola First Church of God.  Refreshments served.  Freewill offering received.  717-732-4253

The Top 500 is Back

October 20th, 2014 10 comments

It is time once again for the TOP 500 COUNTDOWN!!!

WJTL is celebrating 30 years of ministry this year. One of our most popular on-air events during our history has been TheTop 500 Countdown as voted by our listeners.

What are your 5 favorite Christian Songs of ALL TIME? Check the WJTL Playlist, google, research and then click here to log your vote.  Put them in order from 1 to 5 because your top song gets more points than your fifth.

Voting begins TODAY (Monday, October 20th) and will end at midnight on Sunday, November 9, 2014. Each Friday in between (October 24, 31 and November 7) we will draw winners from those who have voted. By voting you will also be eligible for prizes given away during the On Air countdown of the Top 500.

Then, be sure to tune in the afternoon of Tuesday, November 18th thru Thursday night November 20 as we countdown the Top 500 from 500 to 1 as voted by the WJTL Family of Listeners.

Check out the top songs from past Top 500 Countdowns – click here.

Thank You and Happy Voting,

The Staff of WJTL

P.S. EVERYONE in your family should vote. Invite your friends. Spread the word!

Rain Rain Rain: Day Two

June 27th, 2013 2 comments

Day two brought rain and a river that ran through our tent.  Though it sounds dreary, the day as a whole was equally as good as day one.  My six frisbees were gone within a hour of people guessing the #1 condiment in the US.  Some said ketchup, others said mayo, but the correct answer was mustard.  Did you get it right?  Before the rain came, the people came in waves to be considered for the two hot air balloon tickets; our tent was packed.  But only one person could be the winner and that person was Gabrielle Capper of Altoona, Pa.  Congrats!

In this world there are universal things everybody loves: contemporary Christian music, Kristi Leigh, and free Chick-fil-A.  Tomorrow I will be giving away free Chick-fil-A for a year.  Yes, you read that right.  If you win tomorrow, you will be eating one Chick-fil-A sandwich, every week, until Creation 2014!  Besides free Chick-fil-A, I have t-shirts, cinch bags, and coffee mugs to give away.  But if you’ve learned anything from todays Frisbee giveaway, you’d know I love fun facts.  So here we go: The average hot dog is consumed in how many bites?  Guess correctly and you’ll be walking away with a t-shirt, coffee mug, or cinch bag.  Good luck!