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Praise & Worship Podcast: New Episode

March 29th, 2020 No comments

Listen to Episode 7 on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Soundcloud or right here!

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Today is the 3rd Sunday in a row that my family watched our church service from home. These weeks have involved new adjustments along with a lot to process. You can probably relate! Songs are helping. I heard from lots of friends about what they’re singing these days during this week’s #worshipleaderwednesday conversation on social media. And I caught up with worship leader, Jared Anderson, to find out how he and his large family are impacted by the Coronavirus. They’re on official lockdown in Colorado. I asked him about his song picks for this season, too. He’s been going LIVE on social media each evening for Nights of Song (6-7 Eastern), sometimes with a friend or family members. I loved that Jared shared his heart and mind, and that he’s sharing the gift of music as an offering to help others while also steadying his family. I also 100% love that Jared is fun to talk with and lives in a colorful home!

Episode 7 also features Neal Harmon, CEO of VidAngel: a filtering service with access to familiar titles and original content, allowing you to skip the stuff you’d otherwise fast-forward and mute. That’s good news if you need a laugh from Dry Bar Comedy or are looking for something spiritual for the family like The Chosen. You may have heard about this first-ever multiple-episode tv series based on the life of Jesus and the impact he had on those closest to him. My husband and I recently binged it. So, as a fan, I was eager to geek about about with Neal. Listen to the podcast to find out when season 2 is coming out – and how it’s being affected by the Coronavirus. Plus, Neal shares his favorite character and scene, and some fun stories behind-the-scenes.

John Deere Play Day at Bomberger’s Store in Lititz

July 15th, 2019 No comments

WJTL will be broadcasting from John Deere Play Day at Bomberger’s Store in Lititz on Thursday, August 1st from 4pm-7pm. They will have John Deere tractors, games, prizes, food, homemade ice cream, live animals, a bounce house, face painting and so much more! The festivities are free and donations given will support Children’s Miracle Network/Penn State Health Children’s Hospital.

Be sure to stop by the WJTL table for contests and giveaways.
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The Extraordinary Give 2018

November 15th, 2018 1 comment

The Extraordinary Give is happening NOW.  This is Lancaster’s biggest day of online giving, but you don’t have to be from Lancaster to donate to WJTL.  Over 400 Non-Profit Organizations are participating.  Your donations are stretched by  $500,000 from the Lancaster County Community Foundation and their sponsors. There are also special incentives and bonuses for organizations.  Last year you helped WJTL raise $180,033.

The Extraordinary Give was created to encourage and inspire giving.  We want to invite you to donate to WJTL by CLICKING THIS LINK NOW!  We know there are many worthy organizations vying for your attention and donations. Please consider supporting WJTL-Creative Ministries Inc.  Thank you for believing in the ministry and mission of WJTL.

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do May 4-6, 2018

May 4th, 2018 2 comments

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend
May 4-6, 2018

5 First Friday Lancaster. Tonight (Friday, May 4) 5-9 pm. Exhibitions, performances, art galleries, artisan studios, museums, performing groups, professional theater, symphony orchestra, and more all in Downtown Lancaster. More Info: VisitLancasterCity.com

4 Mayfest, tomorrow (Saturday May 5) 9am-4pm in Maytown. A walking tour of the historic area, house and garden tours, decorated door contest, roving characters from Maytown’s past, Revolutionary and Civil War re-enactors, Children’s activities and more.
More Info: The Mayfest Eventbrite Page

3 Family Day Farm Activities on Sunday (May 6) 1pm-5pm at Freedom Hills Therapeutic Riding in Port Deposit, MD. Live entertainment, Pony Rides, Face Painting, Games, Hay Rides, Groom a Pony, Animal Education Program, and more. More Info: FreedomHills.org

2 Beyond the Beat, Sunday (May 6) 2pm a Hershey Public Library Beyond the Beat is a percussion ensemble offering a high-energy, tightly choreographed performance infused with musicianship, humor, variety, instruction and audience participation. Musical genres from classical to ragtime, and improvisation on garbage cans and wooden stools. More Info: http://hersheylibrary.org/

1 Lancaster Loyalty Day Carnival, tonight (Friday, May 4) 5-11pm and tomorrow (Saturday, May 5) 1-11pm at Buchanan Park. Music, Entertainment, Rides, Games, and more. Fireworks Friday Night! Free admission. There is a cost for wristbands to ride rides. More Info: LancasterLoyaltyDay.com

 

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do April 27-29, 2018

April 27th, 2018 No comments

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend
April 27-29, 2018

5 St. Peter’s Musical Arts Concert Series featuring The Mennonite Children’s Choir of Lancaster, tomorrow (Sat., April 28)7pm at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Delp Road, Lancaster. The Mennonite Children’s Choir of Lancaster are learning a lifetime of worship and service to the Christian community. Their Christ-centered repertoire reflects the musical diversity of the Church around the world and through time. More Info StPetersLutheran.org

4 The Lancaster Native Plant and Wildlife Festival, tomorrow (Saturday, April 28) 9am-4pm at Overlook Park, Lititz Pike Lancaster. Children’s crafts and activities; live animals, reptiles and insects; speakers, workshops and environmental displays by local conservation organizations. ZooAmerica will also be on hand. Presentations on Wetland Animals, Native Plant gardening and Bird of Prey and more. More Info: PennLive.com

3 Chili Cook-Off and Family Fun Day, tomorrow (Saturday, April 28) 8am-1pm at the Friendship Center, Commons Drive, Harrisburg. Chili competition, a children’s flea market, arts and craft show, display of vintage autos, music and more.
More Info: PennLive.com

2 Go Fly a Kite! Day & Healthy Kids Day, tomorrow (Saturday April 28) Noon-5pm at Youth Recreation Facility,County Road, Leesport in Berks County. Bring a store-bought kite or kids can make one in the Kite Workshop tent. See professional kite flying stunts. Vote for your favorite Law Enforcement Vehicle. Games and Health and wellness information. More Info: CO.Berks.PA.US/Parks

1 1 Manheim Christian Day School’s 42 Annual Benefit Auction and Family Fun Days, tonight and tomorrow (Friday & Saturday, April 27 & 28) at the school, just off Route 72 in Manheim. Kids fun area, a Performance by The DKers, a helicopter candy drop, Inflatable Obstacle Course, Pulled Pork Dinner Friday Night and Breakfast Saturday morning plus many auction items, all in support of the school. More Info: ManheimChristian.org

 

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do April 20-22, 2018

April 20th, 2018 No comments

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend
April 20-22, 2018

5 Elizabethtown College Choral and Jazz Band Spring Concert, Sunday (April 22) 3pm at Leffler Chapel and Performance Center of Elizabethtown College, featuring performances by the Elizabethtown College Jazz Band and Choral Groups. More Info: Etown.edu

4 MU Day of Percussion Preview Concert, tonight (Friday, April 19) 7:30pm at Biemesderfert Concert Hall at the Winter Center on the Campus of Millersville University. Performances by guest high school percussion ensembles from the area, along with the Millersville University Percussion Ensemble. More Info: Community.PAS.org

3 The PA Family Travel Fair, tomorrow (Saturday, April 20) 9am-4pm at Calvary Church, Lancaster. Exhibitors from family-friendly Pennsylvania attractions and destinations will be handing out information and goodies.Fun activities for the kids. WJTL and Kids Cookie Break Broadcasting Live. More Info: pafamilytravel.com

2 Barnstormers Free Fan Fest & Spring Training Game, tomorrow (Saturday, April 20) beginning at noon at Clipper Magazine Stadium in Lancaster. Brain Safety Fair, Bike Helmet Giveaway, Free Turkey Hill Ice Cream Samples, and more The game between the Barnstormers and th eBlack Sox begins at 1pm. More Info: LancasterBarnstormers.com

1 12th Annual Earth Day Celebration, tomorrow (Saturday, April 20) 9am-1pm at SAHD Metal Recycling, Lancaster Ave, Columbia. Fill out your passport to receive a free Italian ice! Tour the facility, and visit many other local organizations at their booth. Lisa and Kids Cookie Break Broadcasting Live. Bring your Alluminum Cans to recycle. Most cans wins a prize. Recycle Donations benefit WJTL. More Info: RecycleYourMetal.com

 

Top 500 Countdown 2018

April 17th, 2018 26 comments

Thanks for VOTING and Thanks for LISTENING!!!
You voted, now tune in to find out where your songs land on WJTL’s Top 500 Countdown, as voted by our family of listeners. We will kick things off this afternoon (Tuesday, April 17th) at 1pm.  Then, we will count down the Top 500 Songs from 500 to 1 and end around 8 or 9pm on Thursday, April 19th.Along the way we will be giving you chances to win some great prizes.

2 tickets to JESUS the musical stage adventure
at Sight & Sound Theatre

A Chick-fil-A sandwich every week for 6 months
courtesy of Chick-fil-A LancasterA pair of rides with The United States Hot Air Balloon Team over scenic Lancaster County

A group excursion (up to 8) at the new Elevated Obstacle Course at Refreshing Mountain Retreat & Adventure Center

Dinner for 4 at Dutch Way Family Restaurants with locations in Myerstown, Gap & Schaefferstown

Top 500 Schedule
Tuesday, April 17, 1pm-11pm
Wednesday, April 18, 6am-11pm

Thursday, April 19, 6am- 8 or 9pm

Tune in and follow along!

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Five Fun Free Family Things To Do April 13-15, 2018

April 13th, 2018 No comments

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend
April 13-15, 2018

5 The Music for Everyone Community Chorus spring ‘Songs of Hope’ concert , Sunday (April 15) 3pm-4pm at Grace Lutheran Church, Lancaster. The Chorus will perform songs of Hope and Celebration. The concert is free, however Donations will be excepted and will benefit the music scholarship program. More Info: MFE Community Community Chorus Facebook Page.

4 Creatively Lancaster Makers Market, tomorrow (Saturday, April 14) 10am-4pm. A 40 local maker curated pop-up market of talented makers, original creations, unique wares, and local designs at Tellus360, King St, Lancaster. Artists, hobbyists, crafters, creators, bakers, designers, upcyclers, and more!  More Info: The Creatively Lancaster Makers Market Facebook Page.

3 HighHOPES Miniature Horse Challenge tomorrow (Saturday, April 14) at the EquiCentre for Growth and Learning in Grantville. Children ages 8-10 and their parent or guardian are invited to participate. No horse experience needed. Mini-horses provided by the Capital Area Therapeutic Riding Association. Children will experience hands-on, fun activities, and horse handling. More Info: www.catra.net.

2 16th Annual Open Fun Horse Show, tomorrow (Saturday, April 14) beginning at 8am at the Friendly Horseman’s Club Show Grounds in Stevens, PA. Sponsored by the PA Arabian Horse Association South Central District this is an all-breed open horse show that is free to spectators. More Info: PAHA.org

1 Skyfest 2018, tomorrow (Saturday, April 14) 11am-4pm at Sky Summer Camp, Harrison School Rd, Grantville. Bouncy houses, trampolines, games, prizes, bunnies, face painting, balloon animals, sports contests, ice cream, hot-dogs and more. Find out about Sky Summer Camp and you could even win a week at camp. More Info: https://skysummercamp.org/skyfest/

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do April 6-8, 2018

April 6th, 2018 No comments

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend
April 6-8, 2018

5 First Friday Lancaster. Tonight (Friday, April 6) 5-9 pm. Exhibitions, performances, art galleries, artisan studios, museums, performing groups, professional theater, symphony orchestra, and more all in Downtown Lancaster. More Info: VisitLancasterCity.com

4 Saturday Morning Bird Walk tomorrow (Sat. April 7) 9am at Olewine Nature Center at Wildwood Park in Harrisburg. Learn about all the birds that can be found at Wildwood. The walk will be along the North Boardwalk. Meet at the nature center. Beginners are welcome and binoculars will be available for use. More Info: http:/wildwoodlake.org

3 Spring Wildflower Walk tomorrow (Sat. April 7) 1pm-3pm at Gifford Pinchot State Park. The park naturalist will lead this easy to moderate walk, identifying the spring blossoms and sharing tidbits of interest. Meet in parking lot near Sunnyside pavilion #2. Appropriate for ages 10 and older. More Info: Events.DCNR.PA.Gov

2 Hammel Associates Architects in Lancaster First Friday Lego Building Party and Puppy Party tonight (Friday, Apr 6) 5-8:30pm at their offices on Grant Street in Lancaster. Architectural, Trains, Freestyle, Connects, Creator – more than 40,000 bricks, plates and specialty pieces to build with. Plus meet the special puppy guests. More Info: hammelarch.com

1 Lego Madness at New Cumberland Library tomorrow (Sat. April 7) 10:30am. A short storytime will start the session, then children can build based on the story theme or from their own imaginations. Drop in, no registration required. More Info: CumberlandCountyLibraries.org

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do March 23-25, 2018

March 23rd, 2018 No comments

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend
March 23-25, 2018

5 Easter Eggstravaganza at LifePoint Church Harrisburg tomorrow (Saturday, March 24) (rain or shine), noon-3pm. Carnival games, candy-stuffed eggs, prizes, snacks and refreshments. Children can get their picture taken with The LifePoint Bunny! Every child who attends will receive a free Bunny Bag to carry their eggs in. More Info: LifePointPA.org

4 Easter Fun at Salem United Methodist Church in Rothsville, tomorrow (Saturday, March 24) 10am-Noon. Easter egg hunt, candy drop, story time, games, PLUS learn how to make your own Easter candy. More Info: SalemUMCRothsville.org

3 Pleasureville UMC York Easter Parade, tomorrow (Saturday, March 24) at 10am. Children of all ages are invited to dress in their Easter finest or creative spring “costumes” and come Trunk or Treat for candy and treats – Easter style! More Info: PleasurevilleUMC.com

2 Easter Celebration & Egg Hunt at Grace Baptist Church in Lancaster tomorrow (Saturday, March 24) 10am-noon, rain or shine. For children ages infant thru 6th grade. The real meaning of Easter will be shared with all ages, as well as the egg hunt, games, crafts, live bunnies and food. More Info: GBCLancaster.org

1 EGGstra Special Easter Egg Hunt at Highland Presbyterian Church, Lancaster, tomorrow (Saturday, March 24) 9am-noon. Music, activities, an egg hunt and more – designed for children with physical limitations, sensory issues, siblings & buddies. Registration for the egg hunt is closed, but you can come out and meet Lisa, Kids Cookie Break broadcasting live with goodies like FREE Chick-fil-A cookies, games, giveaways and door prizes plus live requests with chances to talk on the radio! More Info: KidsCookieBreak.com

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do March 16-18, 2018

March 16th, 2018 No comments

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend
March 16-18, 2018

5 The State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg Celebrate Nature Indoors today (Friday, March 16) 5:30pm-7:30pm at The State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg. Hands-on tree identification and learning with Weiser State Forest staff and an appearance from Smokey Bear. This after hours event, held as part of 3rd in the Burg, will be held on the third floor in Mammal Hall. Free admission and refreshments. More Info: http://statemuseumpa.org/events/

4 FREE Easter egg Hunt tomorrow (Saturday, March 17) beginning at 9:30am at Fleetwood Bible Church North of Reading. Entertainment provided by Marian & Friends. The Easter Egg Hunt is for ages 1 thru 12. Bring your basket! More Info: FleetwoodBible.org

3 A Celtic concert with Seasons, Sunday (March 18) 1:30pm at Fredricksen Library in Camp Hill. Seasons is comprised of siblings Mary-Kate, Mary-Teresa, Mary-Grace, Mary-Clare and Peter who play Celtic and American folk music featuring Celtic harp,hammered dulcimer, violin, mandolin, guitar, penny whistle and piano. More Info: FredricksenLibrary.org

2 The 35th Annual York St. Patrick’s Day Parade, tomorrow (Sat. March 17) begninning at 1pm. The parade will step off from Market and Penn streets and proceed east on Market to the block between Duke and Queen streets, with several related activities before and after. More Info: YorkSaintPatrickDayParade.org

1 Harrisburg St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Sunday (March 18) beginning at 2pm. Pipe and drum bands, marching bands, floats and Irish dance groups. The Parade begins at Walnut Street, heads down 2nd Street and ends on North Street. The Lucky Charm 5K/10K Race will take place prior to the parade. More Info: HarrisburgStPatricksDayParade.com

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