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Niteline is Dove Broadcasting's special primetime program, airing weeknights on WGGS TV 16. The two-hour Christian variety production features Gospel music, Biblical teaching, practical helps for Christians and prayer and counseling by trained phone workers.

Monday, September 22, 2014

Danté Thompson is joined by Robert Vander Maten, the president of Noseworthy Travel Services in Lakeland, Florida. Tonight Robert educates viewers on the land of the Bible, sharing the history of Israel as TV 16 prepares for its upcoming trip to Israel. Pastor Paul Wondracek of Apex, North Carolina discusses his book Unlocking the Seven Secrets of The Blood, revealing the many significances of Christ’s bloodshed. Becky Wondracek of Apex, North Carolina shares in song tonight.

Robert Vander Maten noseworthytravel.com
Pastor Paul Wondracek pastorp.tv

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Bill Montgomery welcomes Dr. Bob Shearer to update viewers on Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Adam Wickliffe and Martha O’Neal discuss how Greer Soup Kitchen provides food for the hungry in the community. Adam and Martha also share about Daily Bread Ministries’ new program, Shelter to Empower People, which offers assistance to the homeless seeking a way back into the workforce. Debra Black of Powder Springs, Georgia sings on tonight’s program and discusses her work as a worship leader.

Dr. Bob Shearer robertlynnshearer.com
Adam Wickliffe greersoupkitchen.com, greerstep.org
Martha O’Neal greersoupkitchen.com
Debra Black debrablackmusic.com

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Kathy Sandlin hears a powerful story of redemption as Reverend Curtis Rice of Shelby, North Carolina discusses his memoir, Into the Darkness You Shine. Tonight Reverend Rice takes viewers on his journey to finding God after losing both of his parents at a young age. Pastors Shelly Adams and Brenda Shiflett share about the ministry of New Beginning Full Gospel Church in Piedmont, South Carolina. Jeff Wellmon of Greer, South Carolina and Pine Ridge Boys of Inman, South Carolina perform live music tonight.

Rev. Curtis Rice curtisrice.org
Pastor Shelly Adams shelly.d.adams01@gmail.com
Jeff Wellmon jeffwellmon.com
Pine Ridge Boys pineridgeboys.com

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Greta Campbell welcomes Beulah Sturkie of Franklin Springs, Georgia tonight on Nite Line. Tonight Beulah gives her testimony, and Dave Harvell of Dallas, North Carolina provides music for the program.

Dave Harvell davidharvell@charter.net

Friday, September 26, 2014

Gwen and Wade Hall welcome the Hazelwood Baptist Church Choir under the direction of Anita Diaz. Their pastor, Reverend Tim Lolley, shares about his ministry.

Reverend Tim Lolley hazelwoodbaptistchurch.org

Monday, September 29, 2014

Danté Thompson and Dr. Marcus Buckley are joined by Dr. Richard Land on Nite Line. Tonight Dr. Land discusses the upcoming 21st Annual National Conference on Christian Apologetics, an event featuring top apologists, scientists, and physicists from around the world as guest speakers. Krista Gibson and Cindy Simpler of Greer Community Ministries share how this faith-based organization provides meals for people in need while leading them to Christ. Sonya McGuire updates viewers on where God is taking her through her music ministry. Carrie Davis of Bessemer, Alabama and Sonya McGuire sing on tonight’s program.

Dr. Richard Land drrichardland.com
Krista Gibson, Cindy Simpler gcminc.org
Sonya McGuire sonyamcguire.com
Carrie Davis carrieldavis@gmail.com

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Tonight on Nite Line Dr. Bob Shearer hears the incredible story of an equestrian’s near death experience. Amber Massey of Travelers Rest, South Carolina reveals how this moment impacted her life as she discusses her memoir, For the Love of Horses: Everyday Lessons from Life in the Saddle. Kurt and Treisa Lee of Fayetteville, Georgia share how Kingdom Covenant Family Ministries spreads the Gospel and brings lost souls to Christ. Aaron Harmon of Heath Springs, South Carolina tells his testimony of how he came to Christ after being raised as a Jehovah’s Witness. Music is provided by Treisa Lee and Aaron Harmon.

Amber Massey amberhmassey.com
Kurt & Treisa Lee kingdomcovenantfamilyministries.org, kcmonline.org
Aaron Harmon aaronharmonministries.com

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Roy and Sandy Knight welcome Author Matthew Hester of Greer, South Carolina to reveal how to conquer fear as he discusses his newest book, Guaranteed Victory: Discovering the Hidden Truths of Gideon’s 300. Janice Butler, the executive director of Christian Learning Centers of Greenville County, shares how Released-Time Christian Education provides Biblical instruction to students during school hours. Angela Gilbert McGraw of Hendersonville, North Carolina sings tonight on Nite Line.

Matthew Hester hesterministries.org
Janice Butler clcofgreenville.org
Angela Gilbert McGraw angelamcgraw@outlook.com

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Greta Campbell and Debbie Sobeski welcome Echoes of Hope, a quartet from Spartanburg, South Carolina, for an evening of southern gospel music. Greta and Debbie also welcome Patti Lusk of Belton, South Carolina to share a message relating to the end time.

Patti Lusk counterfloministries.com

Friday, October 3, 2014

Gwen and Wade Hall discuss missionary work with pastors from Crossroads Assembly in Asheville, North Carolina. Join Gwen and Wade as they welcome Crossroads Assembly’s senior pastor, Reverend J. Michael Brown, and their evangelism and outreach director, Dr. Isaac Owolabi to offer advice on how to get involved with missionary work. This program also features the music of Koat of Armor from Asheville, North Carolina.

Echoes of Hope hopehouchins@yahoo.com
Reverend J. Michael Brown, Dr. Isaac Owolabi crossroadsasheville.com
Koat of Armor koatofarmor.com
Would you like to be on NiteLine?
Please email us at: niteline@wggs16.com.

For musical talent, please send a demo tape or CD to
NiteLine Department
PO Box 1616
Greenville, SC 29602


email a link to your website or an online song file to us!

Check back with us in a week or two to make sure we have received any information you have sent. Our number is (864) 244-1616. Ask for the NiteLine department.

Thank you, and we look forward to meeting you!