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The Story Project: Doug Hill

By: Anonymous

After nearly losing his wife to a brain aneurysm, Doug Hill recalls those excruciating days and how much WGTS encouraged him and kept him at peace.

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The Story Project - Dean

By: Rob
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After losing two friends in Iraq, Dean turned to the bottle. But there was something his wife would reveal to him that would change their lives.

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Get to know Johnny & Stacey

By: Brennan

Some new friends are joining the WGTS family and can't wait to get acquainted with you on your afternoon drive home. Here are a few little-known-facts to help you get acquainted with them.

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Story Project - Michelle

By: Rob
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She felt called to be a mother, but Michelle waited 20 years and endured a number of miscarriages. In the midst of it all, she discovered a way to remain encouraged and hopeful. Find out what God was up to the whole time.

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The Story Project: Suze

By: Rob
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Suze never thought that Christian music would be something she and her kids would ever listen to. Yet after going through a painful divorce and trying to keep it all together, she discovered something she really needed.

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The battle is not yours

By: Rob
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His brother was addicted to meth for 10 years and lost everything of meaning in his life. Josh Havens of The Afters shares a story of a king thousands of years ago to encourage anyone who has ever felt they are too far gone from God's love and grace that there is always a way around.

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That moment grooms see their bride

By: Blanca
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This fun video is a great reminder for me to keep that spark alive in my marriage - and hope it does the same for you! ~Blanca

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Is the Still Small Voice the loudest in your life?

By: Tom
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Pastor Mark Batterson of National Community Church joins Johnny and Stacey at the kitchen table to talk about his new book, Whisper: How To Hear the Voice of God. "Is the Still Small Voice the loudest in your life?"

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A Night of Hope to remember

By: Anonymous

Over 700 people joined us for this special evening with We Are Messengers. Here are some of the amazing stories of what happened.

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