Monthly Archives: July 2013

Filth and Peace

Anna just wasn’t going to sleep.  It was nap time for my 2-year old, but she was very much awake; talking to herself and throwing things.  The third time I went into her room to quiet her down, I found out why. There was poop everywhere. It was smeared on...
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WWJT? And Other Very Important Questions.

Last week we talked about questions and it made me think of even more questions this week. Like, what if Jesus lived today? Would He rent an apartment or own a modern house in a new subdivision?  The Bible indicates neither. “Jesus replied, “Foxes have dens and birds have nests,...
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Auction Update

Watch Preview Show: August 15 at 10:30 pm and August 17 at 7:30 pm to get a sneak peek at some of the items up for bid. After it airs on TV, it will also be available for on-demand viewing at www.wtlw.com. Go Online: www.wtlw.com/2013-auction/ to view the auction catalog...
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Walk of Honor Entrance Way Completed

The next time you visit the TV-44 studios, take a moment to notice the new pathway to the main entrance. In June, TV-44 completed the Walk of Honor, a new decorative sidewalk designed to first, honor God for His faithfulness to TV-44, and secondly honor and remember many individuals and...
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How About Planting an Apple Tree?

Last month, I wrote about the financial shortfall TV-44 is experiencing during the summer, and this month we are updating you on the Studio 44 Project, a substantial outlay of money. If that seems inconsistent, let me explain. WTLW has two types of expenses: operating (salaries, electricity, maintenance etc.) and...
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TV-44 Renovates Studio Production Facilities

Recently, a music promoter from Florida came to TV-44 for an interview.  As he walked through the newly installed master control, he was amazed that a small station in Lima, Ohio, could have such advanced technology. We praise God for the way He allows us to be ahead of the...
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Wapakoneta Viewer Uses Woodworking Skills to Bless Others

Ernie Hollenbacher, retired from Monarch Machine Tool Company in Sidney, Ohio, will tell you that in everything he does, God gets the glory. “I want to start out saying to God be the glory,” he said. “That’s just the way we do things here.” Hollenbacher is a talented furniture builder,...
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Have You Asked?

Today is the last day my family and I are in  Pittsburgh with my parents.  Earlier in the week we were discussing our plans for the visit and my Mom told us they wanted to take the kids to the Children’s Museum.  I quickly found a media contact for the...
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Meals Til Monday

Meals Til Monday held their 83 mile awareness relay. Jennifer speaks with Joe Earl about the mission of Meals Til Monday....
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Open Gate

Jennifer Beck speaks with Sandy Monfort about the many organizations and opportunities that can be found monthly at Open Gate. As Open Gate celebrates one year, Sandy Monfort is tahnkful to the Mental Health Recovery Services Board of Allen, Auglaize, and Hardin County. Thanks to the MHRSB, Open Gate is...
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