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The Top 20 WayFM Songs of 2020

Did you know that YOU are the one that picks the music on WayFM when you sign up for our Music Team? Thanks to you, these were the top 20 songs that got us through 2020: #20: Tasha Layton – Into the Sea Here’s Tasha performing an additional song that’s perfect for when you feel afraid! #19: Josh Wilson – Revolutionary Josh also graced us with this great performance from home earlier this year. #18:… … Continue reading

Gift Ideas for Everyone on Your List

One of my favorite parts about Christmas is finding the PERFECT gift for the people I love. But some people can be nearly impossible to buy for! So I asked around for the best gifts you’ve ever gotten and came up with a list: For the tired parent   “A YETI cup is my go-to present for every new mom. It’s saved me re-microwaving my coffee so many times!”     For the sentimental  … … Continue reading

4 Ways to Celebrate a Socially Distanced Thanksgiving

If the world were a normal place right now, my husband and I would be busy making plans to spend Thanksgiving in Illinois and Christmas in Ohio with our respective families. But because of the pandemic and his status as immunocompromised with a long list of preexisting conditions, we’ve chosen to fly solo for the holidays this year. It’s a bummer, but I know that thousands of other families are having to make that same… … Continue reading

When Self-Doubt Creeps In

This week, I took a big leap. I left the comfort of working as a part of a team and started the terrifying adventure of doing things solo. While it’s been exciting to have my own show on WayFM, my self-doubt has been at an all-time high. I’m not as fun as Wally. I’m not as deep as Brant. What do I have to bring to the table? As I sat down to work on… … Continue reading

Facing Anxiety with Becky Thompson

Is anxiety normal? How can I tell what I’m dealing with is anxiety? Does this mean I’m broken? Becky Thompson from the Midnight Mom Devotional sat down with us to talk about the stigma of anxiety in the church and how we can face it. … Continue reading

Photo Op: Our Favorite Artwork

Photo Op is where Wally makes us send him the last photo we took on our phones. Which photo do you like the best?     Betty: Because I wouldn’t show Wally the attention he wanted at the time, he took a pen and put a mark on the back of my neck. It’s like I’m working with a toddler!         Bekah: When my husband Joey came home from a recent hospital stay,… … Continue reading

So You’re Mad At God….

I was driving down the interstate one night after dropping my husband off at the hospital. After years of his intense battle with chronic illness, we had once again been forced to cancel our plans and take him in to get admitted. Our life had become a cycle of pain and frustration that I just couldn’t handle anymore. I felt my face get hot as the tears started flowing, and from somewhere in my stomach,… … Continue reading

22 Acts of Kindness that will Combat Hate

11-year-old Ruben was scared after this week’s shooting in El Paso. At first, he begged his mom to stay in all weekend and order their groceries online, especially since they had shopped at that Walmart the day before. But as she comforted her son, she also challenged him to come up with a way to show the kindness and goodness of the people of El Paso. He came up with the #ElPasoChallenge : challenging everyone… … Continue reading

5 Ways to Help Your Hurting Friend

“What do you need? What can we do for you? How can I help?” Those questions are overwhelming for both the person asking them and the person answering them. When you’re doing the asking, of course you want to help out your friend who is going through a difficult season….but how? And when you’re being asked that question, the only thing that comes to your mind is, “Sleep. I need sleep.” Lately in life, I’ve… … Continue reading