Michael W. Smith will return to the area this weekend for an evening of worship! It’s at 7PM this Sunday at Grace Fellowship Church in York with special guests Dan & Lauren Smith. Click for tickets and info.
Tune in to WJTL throughout the week for your chance to win tickets to the concert! The DJs will let you know when it’s time to try to call in and win. Keep us on speed dial: 717-392-3690.
Family Life presents a 6-session video conference featuring some very influential and respected pastors and experts on marriage and family. These videos combine dramatic stories, real-life testimonies, expert interviews, humorous vignettes and other teaching methods to lay out God’s design for marriage in a fresh, engaging way. It’s “The Art Of Marriage Conference” and it’s coming to Aldersgate United Methodist Church in York on Friday & Saturday October 12 & 13! We’re giving away free registration every day (October 08-12) on the Get Up & Go Show with Fred & Lisa, so tune in from 6-9 a.m. daily for your chance to win! (Keep our number handy: 717-392-3690.)
For more information on “The Art Of Marriage Conference” at Aldersgate United Methodist Church (including times, directions and more), call 717-887-0313 or click here! Last-minute registrations and walk ups are welcome! There are limited openings for child care during the event–if you’re interested, you may inquire by phone or by emailing email@example.com
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Herb Suereth —
Here’s this week’s Real News of Inspiration from YDR.com’s John Hilton. Have you ever wondered what you will do when you retire? Maybe you dream of moving somewhere with warm waves and sand. Ron and Joan Drayer had other plans. After retiring, they felt called to minister in York City, particularly the Salem Square neighborhood. Prior to moving there in January of 2011, they had never lived in the city. Now they are making relationships and helping out wherever they can to assist the Salem Square Community Association to turn the area around. John has been helping with Habitat for humanity and there has been an emphasis on home ownership. Many of the residents of Salem Square rent and cannot see the big picture. When asked about their decision to move into the toubled neighborhood, Joan Drayer comments,”I think God wanted us to move up here…and we are just going along with it to see if we can help.”