Nite Line broadcasts live Monday through Friday on WGGS-TV from 8 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. The program features local and/or nationally known guests who share their testimonies and talent. Our goal is to be an inspiration to our viewers as well as inform them of Christian and community events in the upstate.

Monday, July 16, 2018:  Examine the Biblical significance of bread tonight on Nite Line as Pastor Benny Littlejohn welcomes Karen Whiting of Grasonville, Maryland.  Karen shares recipes from her latest cookbook devotional, The Gift of Bread: Recipes for the Heart and the Table and also provides insight from her book Girl Talk Guy Talk on how teens can develop better communication skills.  Christian Playwright Rob Burgess joins Nite Line to discuss his stage play, Never No More.  Surrendered, a Southern Gospel trio from Gadsden, Alabama, blesses viewers with their music throughout the evening.

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Guest Line-up for July 9, 2018 – July 13, 2018

Nite Line broadcasts live Monday through Friday on WGGS-TV from 8 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. The program features local and/or nationally known guests who share their testimonies and talent. Our goal is to be an inspiration to our viewers as well as inform them of Christian and community events in the upstate.

Monday, July 9, 2018:  Unlock the hidden treasures in the midst of a storm as Dr. Bob Shearer welcomes Author Robin Bertram of Bluffton, South Carolina back to Nite Line.  Robin’s latest book, Hidden Treasures: Finding Hope at the End of Life's Journey, reveals how one can comfort those who are facing long-term or terminal illness. Crown of Thorns, an Acoustic Christian trio from Greenwood, South Carolina sings throughout the evening.

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CUERO, Texas – A pastor in Texas is calling Southern Baptists to be alarmed about promotion of social justice within the Southern Baptist Convention. Pastor Arnold, a lifelong Southern Baptist, declares that “most Southern Baptist churches have no idea how wide or deeply rooted that social justice is in the Convention.”
As a result, pastor Arnold has submitted a resolution against social justice to the Southern Baptist Convention, that will consider his resolution at their annual meeting being held June 12-13 in Dallas. Within the resolution, Arnold states that social justice activism is “a vehicle to promote abortion, homosexuality, gender confusion, and a host of other ideas that are antithetical to the gospel.”

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Dr. Tony Beam, Vice President for Student Services and Christian World View at North Greenville University was the featured speaker at the March Luncheon of the Greenville County Republican Women’s Club. Dr. Beam discussed the history of modern Israel and the role the United States and especially President Harry Truman and his long-time Jewish friend had on the founding of the Jewish State.

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Alex-Dobb_Page-02(North Greenville) Alex Dodd, a rising junior at Travelers Rest High School, begins the upcoming school year with a new title of honor and responsibility.  Recently, at an event of approximately 600 guests, the CLC organization inducted Alex into its Josiah League membership.  Only seven other individual have receive such an honor in the organization’s eighteen-year existence.

The son of Murray and Tonya Dodd, Alex is one of the leaders of Fellowship of Christian Athletes at Travelers Rest High School. He participates in football and track while maintaining a 4.0 grade average. Alex attends Monaghan Baptist Church in Berea where he is a leader in his youth group and thought highly of by his Senior Pastor, Barry Dilworth. Alex’s goal is to reach as many people with the gospel with service and integrity in FCA, in every aspect of his daily activities, and later in sports broadcasting.

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The South Carolina Pastors Alliance (SCPA) was the featured guest at a June 2nd press conference held by Sen. Lee Bright to promote a bill (S719, H4093), that if passed, will put a personhood constitutional amendment question on the November, 2016, general election ballot. The press conference was held in the second floor lobby of the Statehouse, between the Senate and House chambers, and was well-attended. After welcoming a group of legislators and pastors to the press conference, Sen. Bright turned it over to SCPA president, Dr. Kevin Baird of Charleston.

Dr. Baird founded the SCPA to help pastors engage the culture with Biblical values, and it was clear that he was very well versed in the fight to protect preborn life beginning at conception. Pastor Baird began with some general comments about life and abortion, stating that, “Every generation has a justice issue and ours is the place and the rights of the preborn. . . Abortion has been the national sore on this nation for 42 years. And the time has come to move courageously and expeditiously to right a wrong that we have allowed to exist for far too long.” He then zeroed in on the crucial issue by explaining, “In 1973 the majority opinion of the infamous Roe v. Wade decision left an open door to define in the future when a preborn baby could be considered legally a person. . . Today, biology, technology, ethics, and theology all agree that the preborn baby is a person from its earliest moments, even conception.”

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The Durocher Family Band recently blessed South Carolina with their music ministry.  The Durocher Family is a family band led by Paul and Judy Durocher, parents of twelve homeschooled children, nine of whom compose their bluegrass/gospel band.  Together all eleven of them travel around the country in a motorhome, performing their music and spreading the gospel.  They also present a ministry through their example of being homeschooled.  The Durochers recently played at Rev. E. Ray Moore’s Exodus Mandate ministry banquet, and later at Rev. Moore’s church in Columbia.  The Durocher Family is extremely talented, playing a mixture of predominantly Christian songs, some originals which they have written and arranged, along with traditional bluegrass standards.  They have wonderful harmonies and instrumentation, blending banjo, mandolin, fiddle, guitar, bass and cello to produce beautiful music praising God.

 

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