The Story Project - Jim
In 1997 Jim was following a path of loyalty to the Lord when his fiancé died in a car accident. He became a very bitter man which led to womanizing, alcohol, drugs, and violence. As a result this lifestyle landed him in jail. However, Jim was invited to a Church in jail where he became a Christian. When he got out, he decided to look for something inspirational and by accident he found WGTS 91.9, which he says uplifts him and helps him stay on God's path.
The Story Project - John
John's wife of 31 years passed away just a little over a year ago. There's an old radio she got at an auction sitting on the end of their kitchen counter. When she was with him, it played WGTS 91.9 continuously. Until recently, he hasn't had the courage to turn it on. But when he turned it on, instead of the sadness he feared, he felt comfort listening all day as he was preparing the house for Thanksgiving company. He just can't explain how much it seemed to turn his house back into a home.
The Story Project - Megan
Megan and her family were literally right in the middle of the Capitol Hill shooting in September of 2013. Her 4 year-old son happened to be at work with her when the shots were fired, and for the next several days was experiencing insecurity and fear. Megan shares how God used Chris Tomlin's "God Of This City" and "Whom Shall I Fear?" to grow her sons walk with Him, and learn not to fear.
Encouragement from Capitol Police Officer
Friday morning Jerry got a chance to talk with a Capitol Police officer named Shelley. She was working yesterday when everything broke loose at the Capitol. She is working even though she isn't getting paid right now because of the government shutdown. Her words really encouraged him and hope they will encourage you as well.