Posts Tagged ‘Charleston’

How to Make a Difference as a WAY-FM Volunteer

It’s important for people to be involved in something they’re passionate about.  Amazing things happen when a group of people all share that same passion – they share a common cause, a goal to push toward.  Individual lives and even entire communities can be changed in the process!  The camaraderie that comes about by doing life together can grow into friendships that last a lifetime. If you love WAY-FM, why not join a group of… … Continue reading

This is the Powerful Tribute to Charleston You Asked About

You may have heard a tribute to Emanuel Church in Charleston, SC on WAY-FM. We played Matthew West’s powerful song, “Forgiveness,” and featured the words spoken to shooter, Dylann Roof, by families of victims. So many of you asked us where you could hear it again! Feel free to listen, pray, be blessed, and share the message with someone who needs it. Forgiveness can be hard to grasp. But it’s the perfect picture of what… … Continue reading

A message for Charleston from Steven Curtis Chapman

Steven Curtis Chapman posted this amazing song for Charleston on his Facebook page. Hello friends, It’s with a very heavy heart that I come to you with this post. As I have prayed for and grieved with the people of Charleston SC there’s one part of this terrible and tragic story in particular that continues to stir me. It’s the fact that Rev. Pinckney and the other believers gathered at Emanuel AME Church to worship,… … Continue reading

No easy answers in the face of evil The Bible doesn’t avoid what happened last night, so I know God doesn’t avoid what happened last night. Is the book of Psalms, David grapples with, “God, where are you?” “Why is this happening?” “Where did you go?” “How come you didn’t step in in this situation?” I actually draw peace from that, even though I’d like things to be tied up in a bow. Some people will do that to you. They’ll just… … Continue reading

Prayers for Charleston

There’s evil in this world. There are bad people and they do bad things to good people. It shouldn’t happen and we all grieve when it does. But inside of this you still have to be mindful of the fact that evil doesn’t win and it doesn’t own this. It can be redeemed, it can be reclaimed. Obviously that doesn’t make the pain any less for anyone going through this who has lost friends or… … Continue reading