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.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Pastor Benny Littlejohn
hears one mother’s journey as Janice Brown of Denver, Pennsylvania shares her experience raising two special-needs children. Janice also reveals what led her to write her memoir, Bundles of Joy: A Journey Blessed with Two Special-Needs Children
. Pastor Benny Littlejohn also welcomes Pastor Bong to provide insight on growing up as a Christian in South Korea. Pastor Bong also shares how his ministry reaches out to Koreans in the Greenville area. Drs. Jim and Jean Pruett from Academy for Education, Wellness, and Services International give the exciting details of an upcoming benefit concert and update viewers on this organization. Jerry Stepp, the minister of music at Eastlan Baptist Church, sings tonight on Nite Line with Emily McDowell and Vicky McClain.
Janice Brown janicedbrownsite.wordpress.com
Drs. Jim and Jean Pruett awesw.com
Jerry Stepp eastlan.org
Thursday, January 29, 2015
and Dr. Ron Moore welcome Reverend Carl Jeffords and Reverend John Cody of McConnell, South Carolina to share how they began their nursing home ministry. Purpose Quartet from Old Fort, North Carolina sings throughout the evening.
Purpose Quartet purposequartet.com
Friday, January 30, 2015
Join Gwen and Wade Hall
as they welcome The Kelley Family Band of Appling, Georgia to sing and share testimony on Nite Line
Monday, February 2, 2015
Tonight TV-16 airs Atlanta Live’s special celebrating the Red Back Church Hymnal. Join Pat Mathis and Betty Cornett as they welcome Dr. Jerry Goff and Reverend David Ellis to discuss the history of this traditional songbook. This program also features music from Dr. Jerry Goff, The Mylon Hayes Family, and Mark Fuller.
Dr. Jerry Goff drjerrygoff.com
The Mylon Hayes Family themylonhayesfamily.com
Mark Fuller markfullermusic.com
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Randell and Darlene Atkins
learn how to live more positively as Author Neil Eskelin of Charlotte, North Carolina shares advice from his latest book, Yes Yes Living in a No No World
. Lora J. Ray of Asheville, North Carolina sings tonight on Nite Line
Neil Eskelin email@example.com
Lora J. Ray firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
welcomes Beverly Caligaris, the executive director of Wright’s House of Hope in Greenville, South Carolina, to share how this faith-based organization helps at-risk girls reach their full potential. Heather Kanipe joins Nite Line
to discuss volunteer opportunities at The Red Cross. Singing tonight is Algeron Wright from Swansea, South Carolina.
Beverly Caligaris whoh.org
Heather Kanipe redcross.org/upstatesc
Algeron Wright AlgeronWright@gmail.com
Thursday, February 5, 2015
is joined by Reverend Yvon Ledoux of Greenwood, South Carolina for an in-depth discussion on Israel and its relationship with America. Hannah Clayton of Taylors, South Carolina performs with her band tonight on Nite Line
Reverend Yvon C. Ledoux thegodmorningword.com
Hannah Clayton email@example.com
Friday, February 6, 2015
Tonight Gwen and Wade Hall
host a special Valentine’s program. Join the Halls as they welcome Chris and Laci Nations of Bryson City, North Carolina to share the story of how they met and fell in love. This program also features the music of One Step Closer.
One Step Closer firstname.lastname@example.org