Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Shareathon is fast approaching!
This is one of the most taxing times of our year. It is never easy to ask for financial help, but that is how WOLC has remained consistently accountable to our listeners for over 35 years.
We always seek to give you the very best radio station possible - and we are so grateful to have the best listening family in the world.
Thanks for your faith commitment - keep praying for us as October 20-22 approaches!

102.5 Shore Things
Getting to Know the Eastern Shore!

#76. Cherrystone littleneck clams in butter!

It's a delicate taste of the sea! Another delicious reason to lap up life on the Shore!

#75. Sharptown (MD) Firemen's Carnival

Got something to add to the list? Email me: jmillwood@wolc.org

Steven Curtis Chapman

Steven Curtis Chapman has released over 20 albums. He has 5 Grammy awards and 50 GMA Dove Awards. He's sold over 10 million albums worldwide. But recently he's been often referenced as a man who has survived tradgedy. The Chapman's youngest daughter died in a car accident at the family's home several years ago. Through this horrifying experience, the family has shown unwavering faith and committment to the calling on their lives.

Show Hope is the family's adoption ministry. Chapman's two sons Caleb and Will are also involved in the music industry. Their band CALEB just finished up a tour opening up for Casting Crowns and Tenth Avenue North. Mary Beth (Steven's wife) is an acclaimed author, with her latest book Choosing To See is a New York Times bestseller.

Steven's latest project is called Safe In The Arms and is available only in a digital format.


Scriptural Pursuit

Q: What is the smallest animal mentioned in the Bible?

A: a gnat (Matthew 23:24)

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