Faith

Daniel Sandler "The Greatest Story Never Told"

By: Claude

On this episode of Breakaway, Kevin Krueger spoke with Pastor Daniel Sandler. He’s the Pastor at Dwelling Place Church in Montana & author of “The Greatest Story Never Told: Returning To The Heart of Biblical Narrative”. He spoke about the heart of God towards us and how we can experience the love of God on new levels.

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Director David Evans talks about the new marriage movie "Indivisible"

By: Jerry
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Lauren Daigle on TV!

By: Rob
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Lauren continues to break down barriers. Check out her amazing performance!

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Dr. Virginia LeBlanc - “Love The Skin You’re In"

By: Claude

Kevin Krueger spoke with Dr. Virginia LeBlanc, author of “Love The Skin You’re In: How To Conquer Life Through Divergent Thinking” about going through changes in life.

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Burn the Ships

By: Rob
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With an amazing new video, Luke Smallbone of For King & Country also shares the deeply personal story behind the title track to their brand new album.

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Dr. Cheryl Wilson Bridges

By: Claude

Dr. Cheryl Wilson Bridges, Pastor of Worship at Sligo Church, joined Kevin to talk about building a biblical sense of self worth and virtue for young ladies.

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Dr. Monica Almond “The Single Woman’s Blueprint”

By: Claude

Dr. Monica Almond, author of “The Single Woman’s Blueprint” joined Kevin Krueger to talk about finding our identity, pursuing our dreams and letting go of the past.

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A deluge of relief!

By: Anonymous

It's amazing what can happen when we work together! And on Monday, September 17, hundreds of WGTS 91.9 listeners stepped up to take care of those suffering from the effects of Hurricane Florence in North and South Carolina. In the parking lot of King's Park Shopping Center in Springfield, we invited our listening family to bring by cases of water to fill up our semi truck, courtesy of Reinhart FoodService. By 3pm, we ended up with so much, a second truck was needed!

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The Story Project - Cristine

By: Anonymous

When Cristine lost her business as a result of the flooding in Ellicott City, she found herself in the midst of some other storms. She shares how she found comfort and learned to rely on God like never before.

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Believing even if you can't see

By: Stacey
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When I was in kindergarten, my parents wondered why I was not paying attention in class. First and second grade I had the same problem. In third grade they finally checked my eyesight and found out that I was legally blind.

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