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, December 13, 2021:  Pastor Keith Kelly welcomes Scott Schuler to share his testimony and discuss his book, Why Can’t I Get This Jesus Thing Right?  Scott also provides advice that encourages others in their faith with Jesus.  This program features Christmas music from Danny Bishop.

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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, December 6, 2021:  Nathan Bland welcomes Chad Burmeister of Littleton, Colorado to share how his relationship with Christ has changed after recovering from Covid-19.  Rush Little plays the saxophone tonight on Nite Line.

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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, November 29, 2021:  Annie Broughton welcomes Sherry Anne of Utica, New York to share her inspiring story of becoming a singer after having been born with bilateral hearing and speech impairment.  Sherry Anne also sings tonight on Nite Line.

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MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Pastor Harold Shurtleff and Camp Constitution wanted to hold an event in the Boston Commons.  But when they asked to raise their Christian flag on the City flagpole, Boston said no.

On the surface that might not seem surprising -- until we learn that 284 organizations have asked to raise their flags on the City flagpole during the past 15 years, and the City of Boston has approved every one of them -- except the Christian flag, which features a cross.  Boston has approved the flying of the LGBT rainbow flag, the transgender rights flag, the Malcolm X flag, and the flag of the Chinese Progressive Association, but said "no" to the Christian flag.  Sensing discrimination, Pastor Shurtleff sued the City, and the case is now before the U.S. Supreme Court.

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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, November 22, 2021:  Dave Walton welcomes Dr. Craig A. Evans, the author of Jesus and The Manuscripts: What We Can Learn From The Oldest Texts, as he discusses the authenticity of The New Testament.  Travis Smith ministers in music throughout the evening.

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ISOLATED CHRISTIANS IN MIDDLE EAST PLEAD 'DON'T LEAVE US ALONE:' Isolated Christians in the Middle East and North Africa are turning to virtually
ISOLATED CHRISTIANS IN MIDDLE EAST PLEAD 'DON'T LEAVE US ALONE:' Isolated Christians in the Middle East and North Africa are turning to virtually "uncensorable" visual and digital technology to help keep their faith alive in an increasingly lonely environment for believers, says Middle East-based media ministry SAT-7 (www.sat7usa.org).

EASTON, Md. -- Isolated Christians in the Middle East and North Africa are turning to virtually "uncensorable" visual and digital technology to help keep their faith alive in an increasingly lonely environment for believers.

In some countries in the region -- where only 3% of the population is Christian -- believers can be banned from going to church, live in fear for their lives, and sometimes don't have even one other believer to talk with.

"These are the world's loneliest Christians," said Rex Rogers, president of SAT-7 USA (www.sat7usa.org), a media ministry that broadcasts faith-based programs via satellite and streams video online in local languages across the region 24/7. "They're crying out: 'Don't leave us alone.'"

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'FRONTLINE' PASTORS RISK ALL TO AID ORPHANS, WIDOWS: Illinois-based Slavic Gospel Association (SGA, www.sga.org) is aiming to help 1,300
'FRONTLINE' PASTORS RISK ALL TO AID ORPHANS, WIDOWS: Illinois-based Slavic Gospel Association (SGA, www.sga.org) is aiming to help 1,300 "frontline pastors" and ministry workers in Russia and the former Soviet Union this winter who, it says, are "risking everything" to aid orphans, widows, and war-torn families.

Slavic Gospel Association aims to rush urgent winter relief to 1,300 pastors in Russia, former Soviet Union

LOVES PARK, Ill. -- A U.S. organization is aiming to help 1,300 "frontline pastors" and ministry workers in Russia and the former Soviet Union this winter who, it says, are "risking everything" to aid orphans, widows, and suffering families.

During the pandemic, local pastors across Russia and the former Soviet Union have trekked hundreds of miles on foot -- often in remote areas and brutal weather -- to deliver food, medicines, and Bibles door-to-door, and "share God's love," says Slavic Gospel Association (SGA, www.sga.org).

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