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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.

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Dolly Lynn welcomes Dana Rongione from Greenville, South Carolina to discuss her book, Random Ramblings of a Raving Redhead. Bishop Rena Anderson shares about the ministry of Emmanuel Pentecostal Church of the First Resurrection in Greenville, South Carolina while promoting an upcoming assembly. Pastor Gina Hockaday and Rosetta Britt-Carter discuss their outreach ministry in downtown Greenville, South Carolina, revealing how they are sharing the love of Jesus in our community. Singing tonight is Annie Cannon-Boatwright of Greenville, South Carolina.

Dana Rongione danarongione.com
Bishop Rena Anderson bishopanderson62@yahoo.com
Pastor Gina Hockaday downtownoutreach.org
Rosetta Britt-Carter downtownoutreach.org
Annie Cannon-Boatwright cannon.annie@yahoo.com

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Greta Campbell hosts a panel discussion on The Lord's Prayer tonight on Nite Line. Tune in tonight at 8 p.m. as Greta welcomes Gloria Moon, Sandra Hulett, and Pam Daugherty from Franklin Springs, Georgia to provide Biblical insight on this prayer. This program also features the music of Ashley Coward from Boiling Springs, South Carolina and Allison Williams from Spartanburg, South Carolina.

Friday, October 2, 2015

Join Gwen and Wade Hall as they welcome Pastor Bill and Ann Critser for a night of ministry and a discussion on the upcoming healing services at TV 16. Daisy McGrew from Atlanta, Georgia blesses viewers in song tonight.

Pastor Bill and Ann Critser freedomch@aol.com
Daisy McGrew daisymcgrew@gmail.com

Monday, October 5, 2015

Join Dante Thompson and Margaret Rainey as they take a look back on last year’s Appalachian mission trip. Tonight’s documentary shows the true spirit of Christmas as the ministry of TV 16 touched the lives of so many in McCreary County, Kentucky. Dante and Margaret also share about TV 16’s upcoming Appalachian mission trip and let viewers know how they can lend a helping hand.

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Keith Kelly welcomes Chad and Erin Poole of Landrum, South Carolina as they discuss Chad's passion for sharing the love of Christ to others despite the physical challenges he faces with ALS. Pastor Stephen Cannon from Locust Hill Baptist Church in Travelers Rest, South Carolina joins Chad and Erin to tell the heartwarming story of how the members of his church came together to support Chad's mission to travel and share his testimony with others. Candace Riggs raises awareness of pregnancy and infant loss as she promotes the event “Forever in My Heart.” Melissa Denner of Columbia, South Carolina reveals how the South Carolina Chapter of the ALS Association is preparing for the upcoming ALS walk. This program also features the music of The Brown Family from Taylors, South Carolina.

Pastor Stephen Cannon www.locusthillchurch.org
Melissa Denner mdenner@acalsa.org
The Brown Family brownfamilyministries.org

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Bill and Ann Critser are joined by Bonehead and Mongoose, representatives from Bikers Against Child Abuse International, for a Nite Line dedicated to protecting children. Tune in to find out how this organization serves to provide a safer environment for abused children and lends them the emotional support they need. Jamika Nedwards, the parent education coordinator at The Julie Valentine Center, reveals how to detect the warning signs of child abuse and what The Julie Valentine Center does to help abused children. Tonight’s program also features the music of Mark209.

Bonehead and Mongoose bacaworld.org
Jamika Nedwards julievalentinecenter.org
Mark209 mark209.com

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Join Greta Campbell as she welcomes Pastor Albert and Wanda Bucklew from Holmes Bible College. This program also features music from Disciple V and Maxine Waters.

Disciple V mypsbc.org

Friday, October 9, 2015

Join Gwen and Wade Hall as they welcome The North Hazelwood Baptist Church Choir from Hazelwood, North Carolina. Anita Diaz leads the choir in music tonight, and Jeremy Parton discusses Haywood Pathways Center, a homeless shelter in Waynesville, North Carolina.

Anita Diaz anitaknightdiaz@hotmail.com
Jeremy Parton haywoodpathwayscenter.org
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!