God Is In These Bible Stories!

This morning, we dug into the Bible to see how God was at work in the stories in the Old and New Testament. We specifically talked about creation, Noah and the Ark, Joshua and the battle of Jericho, David and Goliath, the fiery furnace in the book of Daniel, Daniel in the lion’s den, Jonah and the Whale, the birth of Christ, Jesus feeding the 5,000 men, and the crucifixion and resurrection.

God was present from the very beginning when he created the world and Adam and Eve, and we know that he’s still with us today! We want to hear how God is in your story! Tomorrow we’re dedicating the show for a time of prayer, praise, and sharing testimonies. Call us starting at 6am to share with us! Call our office line 740-392-9090 option #1 to talk to us.

Click HERE to read all 10 stories on Christianity.com.

10 reasons to share your testimony

WNZR kicks off Lifeline 2023 on Wednesday with a Day of Prayer and Praise.

We would love to hear from you.
Do you have a testimony to share? Do you have a prayer request? Would you like us to pray with you?

At 6am on Wednesday, we will open up our phones. Please call 740-392-9090 and be part of WNZR’s Day of Prayer and Praise. You can also click HERE to submit your testimony or requests online (and anonymously).

This morning, Marcy shared some insight on why we should share our testimonies. Check out this powerful article from Jennifer Heeren on Crosswalk.com

Click HERE to read the full article.

Here are 10 reasons to share your testimony:

  • Your story is unique (even if you don’t think so) …
  • God’s Word tells us to share our hope as a believer. …
  • People love to hear stories—both believers and unbelievers. …
  • It removes fear and gives courage. …
  • Unbelievers will have a hard time disputing what you say is your story.
  • It creates transparency within the church
  • You become a resource for others
  • You keep your initial salvation testimony alive in your mind
  • You deliver more testimonies as God continues His work in you
  • It glorifies God

Lifeline 2023 is Wednesday, 3/29 – Monday, 4/3.

God Is In This Story!

WNZR’s Meet the Staff Monday with Zach Reuss

This week’s Meet the Staff Monday on WNZR features freshman, Zach Reuss.

Zach is from Cincinnati. His major is Communication and Media (Digital Media).

Zach shares what brought him to MVNU and how he found his way to WNZR.

He shares some favorites including how he loves being part of the WNZR Video Crew. Zach also shares about his connection to WNZR through his big sister, Emma (a co-host of The Afternoon Drive).

You can also learn more about Zach with WNZR’s Rapid Fire. His favorite bible verse is Isaiah 41:10, our theme verse for Lifeline 2023!

Click HERE to enjoy the conversation!

You can hear Zach on WNZR on Wednesdays 12pm – 1pm and Fridays 1pm – 2pm.

March 2023 Spotlight on Mount Vernon with Mayor Matt Starr

Mount Vernon Mayor Matt Starr shared updates on the City with The Morning Thing on Friday, 3/24/23.

Click HERE to hear the full conversation.

Topics included:

  • Mount Vernon City Council’s approval for the development of Liberty Crossing on Newark Road. Mayor Starr shares his excitement for what this means for the future growth of Mount Vernon.
  • Updates on construction and street work projects
  • Important steps to take when reporting potholes throughout the city – report a pothole by calling the MV Street Department, (740) 393-9501
  • Efforts to ask the state to restore the Local Government Fund, and the City’s plans if those funds are granted back to the city
  • Investigation Update on the recent vandalism at Mound View Cemetery and the inclusive playground at Memorial Park
  • Update on the Mount Vernon Police Department,which includes some officers receiving national recognition
  • Important warning for residents involving a letter in the mail about an energy aggregation project
  • Exciting news for Hiawatha Water Park as the summer approaches
  • Goals for the month of April
  • Mayor Matt Starr gives us ways to be in prayer for him and his team as April approaches
  • Residents can stay connected to the City of Mount Vernon on their brand-new YouTube page, The City of Mount Vernon. Public city meetings will be will be livestreamed and archived on this page. Citizens can still check the City’s website and Facebook.

To stay in touch with the City, go to:

The Morning Thing Friday Favorites – a look back at Lifeline

The Morning Thing Friday Favorites – a look back at Lifeline

For our Friday Favorites this week, The Morning Thing hosts shared their favorite Lifeline themes from the past.

Ricky loved “Keep Me In the Moment” by Jeremy Camp from Lifeline 2021

Allison loved “You Keep Hope Alive” by Mandisa from Lifeline 2022

Marcy loved “The Proof of Your Love” by for King & Country from Lifeline 2013

Click HERE to hear from our hosts.

Enjoy the music and make sure to join us for Lifeline 2023, March 29 – April 3.

“God Is In This Story”!

Katy Nichole shares about the Live and In Color Tour and Lifeline 2023

WNZR’s Joe Rinehart talked to Katy Nichole about the Live and In Color Tour that she’s currently on with CAIN and David Leonard. The tour has a stop planned in Mansfield on March 26.
She shares how she got interested in singing and songwriting, and how a phone call from Josh Havens of The Afters had a special part to play in this part of her story.
Katy tells us about what inspired God Is In This Story, an awesome song that she sings with Big Daddy Weave but is also our Lifeline 2023 theme song!
As Katy found overnight success in her career, she talks about how she stays grounded.
Katy also tells us about her colorful vinyl of her album “Jesus Changed My Life,” which has many of her hits like God Is In This Story and In Jesus’ Name (God Of Possible).
She also shares how we can pray for her this year.

Click HERE to listen to the conversation.
Check out wnzr.fm for more information about Lifeline 2023.

WNZR talks to CAIN about their Live and In Color Tour

WNZR’s Allison Prouty talked to Madison from the band CAIN about their Live and In Color Tour. CAIN, Katy Nicole and David Leonard will be bringing the tour to Mansfield on March 26.
Madison says you can expect to enjoy comedy, dancing, worship, and a mix of all three artists during the night. If you’re coming to the concert, she asks you to wear red.
She also shares how the band travels on their bus with their babies, as all three siblings have babies! Madison tells us what it’s like to make music and tour with her siblings, Logan and Taylor.
Madison shares the story behind CAIN’s song “I’m So Blessed” as well. She also talks about the power of Christian music and how she’s seen God work through it.
You can find more information about the concert and get tickets at wnzr.fm/concerts.

Click HERE to listen to the conversation.

David Leonard talks to WNZR about the Live and In Color Tour

WNZR had a chance to talk to David Leonard about the Live and In Color tour he’s doing with CAIN and Katy Nicole. The tour is coming to Mansfield March 26th.
David tells us what got him into writing, producing, and performing music about his faith. He tells us about some collaborations he’s done, and he gives us the story behind his song “Good Lord.”
David also talks about being a father and an artist, and what being a father of two girls is like. He tells us about the importance of Christian music and Christian radio.

Go to wnzr.fm/concerts to get tickets to the show.

Click HERE to listen to the conversation with David Leonard.

WNZR’s Meet the Staff Monday with Morgan Mills

This week’s Meet the Staff Monday on WNZR features junior, Morgan Mills.

Morgan is from Granville. Her major is Communication and Media (Digital Media).

Morgan shares what brought her to MVNU and how she found her way to WNZR.

She shares some favorites including her favorite memory about WNZR’s annual Christmas Party!
Morgan loves music from Cain, crab Rangoon and fried rice, and the new movie Jesus Revolution.
We also learn that Morgan’s favorite bible story is the Tower of Babel.

You can also learn more about Morgan with WNZR’s Rapid Fire.

You can hear Morgan on WNZR on Mondays and Thursdays from 2pm – 3pm.

Enjoy the conversation!

The Morning Thing Friday Favorites for St. Patrick’s Day

Today for our Friday Favorites, The Morning Thing hosts celebrated St. Patrick’s Day by sharing their favorite GREEN foods to eat!

Click HERE to hear from Allison, Ricky and Marcy.

Click HERE for some history about this special day.

Click HERE for some unique ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

Click HERE to see some amazing green foods that are good for you!

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: