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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.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Roy and Sandy Knight welcome The Sheltons, a southern gospel group from Pickens, South Carolina, to sing and share testimony. Also, Ealum McDonald of Rossville, Georgia shares his incredible story of forgiveness as he recounts the tragedy of his father killing his mother. Ealum's memoir, Anchor in the Past: A Chart for the Future, reveals how surrendering his life to Christ led him to experience forgiveness.

Ealum McDonald ealummcdonaldministry.com
The Sheltons Sheltons2012@gmail.com

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Dr. Bob Shearer is joined by Chris Rondeau of Man in the Mirror Ministries. Tonight Chris gives an update from his last appearance, sharing how more men are coming to Christ through his ministry. Aubrey Jackson of Greenville, South Carolina reveals how she turned to social media to launch her youth ministry, Angelos Ministry, to encourage young women to follow Christ. Apostle Charles Logan of Spartanburg, South Carolina shares how God led him into prison ministry. Music tonight is performed by Minister Wanda Logan of Spartanburg, South Carolina and Jonathan Moss of Union, South Carolina.

Chris Rondeau maninthemirror.org
Aubrey Jackson aubreyjackson.com
Apostle Charles Logan hostofheaven7@yahoo.com
Minister Wanda Logan cdbaby/cd/wandalogan, hostofheaven7@yahoo.com
Jonathan Moss jonboysaved@yahoo.com

Thursday, July 31, 2014

Greta Campbell welcomes The Royal Quartet from Forest City, North Carolina to sing and share testimony on tonight’s program. Co-Host Rick Wofford, an associate pastor at Praise Cathedral in Greer, South Carolina, encourages viewers with his testimony of God’s love and faithfulness.

Friday, August 1, 2014

Gwen and Wade Hall host a back to school program featuring special guests from Hollywild Animal Park in Inman, South Carolina. Tonight Kim Atchley and Tara Rihel educate viewers on Hollywild’s most beloved animals as they bring along a wallaroo, baby deer, and sulphur-crested cockatoo. Be sure to tune in for a birthday celebration tonight as the wallaroo celebrates its first birthday right here on Nite Line. This program also features the music of The Pethtels.

Kim Atchley hollywild.com
The Pethtels tompethtel@att.net

Monday, August 4, 2014

Join Danté Thompson and Rev. Marcus Buckley as they welcome Tyvin McSwain of Shelby, North Carolina to share how Y.E.S. Crusade Ministries motivates youth to experience success. Paul Callahan of Goodwill Industries of the Upstate promotes the upcoming Goodwill Mud Run. Melanie Watt of Wellford, South Carolina shares how Hope Remains Youth Ranch ministers to hurting children and their families using God’s word and equine therapy. Singing tonight is Willie Small of Elkton, Maryland.

Rev. Marcus Buckley rbcgreer.com
Tyvin McSwain yescrusade@yahoo.com
Paul Callahan goodwillmudrun.org
Melanie Watt hoperemains.org
Willie Small williesmallTPm@gmail.com

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Rick and Tanya Curren are joined by Brian, Shelley, and Mary Ellen Bohlman of West Columbia, South Carolina on Nite Line. Tonight the Bohlmans provide insight on the unique challenges military families face today. Dr. Brian Bolhman also informs viewers how to show appreciation for the military by participating in Operation Thank You, a project dedicated to sending thank you cards to our troops and get well cards to injured service members. Al Cecere, the founder of The American Eagle Foundation, joins Nite Line to share how this organization protects the bald eagle through its education and environmental recovery programs. This program also features the music of Kim Dexter from Newport Beach, California.

Brian Bohlman operationthankyou.org
Al Cecere eagles.org
Kim Dexter kimdexter.com

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Kathy Sandlin discusses the power of prayer tonight as Kay Horner of Awakening America informs viewers about a nationwide movement for intercessory prayer. Scott Stephens, the director of development for Water of Life International, shares how this ministry has spread the Gospel and provided fresh water to over one hundred villages in India, Sierra Leone, and Liberia. Saturated, the praise band of Liberty Christian Outreach, performs live music tonight.

Kay Horner awakeningamerica.us
Scott Stephens givefreshwater.org

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Greta Campbell and Gloria Moon welcome Simple Faith of Bostic, North Carolina to sing throughout the program. Becky Alexander of Decatur, Alabama shares her experiences of having been born with one arm as she discusses her memoir, One Smile, One Arm.

Becky Alexander beckyalexander.tv
Simple Faith svas@bellsouth.net

Friday, August 8, 2014

Gwen and Wade Hall welcome Bill and Ann Critser of Freedom Fellowship Church in Piedmont, South Carolina for a discussion on Israel. Rachel Rizzuti of Columbia, South Carolina sings tonight.

Rachel Rizzuti rachelrizzutimusic.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!