Partner with us in ministry by making a contribution to WRGN on #GivingTuesday! We're working towards our funding goal for 2023 from our recent Share-A-Thon, and tomorrow's giving will help us get there.
At the end of this month, many of us will sit down to a plate full of way too much food, and thank the Lord for his provision over the past year. We may think about others who are much less fortunate than we are, and we may even do something about it. Maybe you are serving in a soup kitchen, donating to a food pantry, or even inviting someone to join you for Thanksgiving dinner.
Give monthly! WRGN is a listener-supported ministry that relies on the generosity of listener gifts. The faithful support of monthly supporters helps us operate with confidence and brings stability to our budgeting!
October is Pastor Appreciation Month! There is no greater gift you can give your pastor and the spiritual leaders of your church than to pray for them. Our friends at Revive Our Hearts have a great 30-day prayer guide to help you pray for your pastors and their families.
Are you the type of person who looks forward, or backward? Maybe you do a little bit of both, or maybe you are a one-step-at-a-time person looking neither too far forward or too far back. That healthy balance can be really...
Join us for our annual skate on Monday, October 10 from 6:30 to 9:30 pm, at Skateaway, Blackman Street, Wilkes-Barre. We've planned an evening of fun and encouragement, including all your favorite Christian music!
We wanted to hear from YOU in order to make an informed decision that reflected the priorities of as many listeners as possible. We created a survey to find out your preferences on viewpoint, frequency, and content, or even if we should discontinue the news. Thank you to each person who spent a few minutes filling out our survey over the last two months!
One of my favorite things about working in radio is the opportunity to do interviews. Whether it's interviewing a part of our listening family during Share-A-Thon, talking to someone about an event that is coming up, or interviewing an author about a recent book release, I enjoy asking questions that make people think.