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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, April 23, 2014

Rick and Tanya Curren hear the story of how an unlikely pair united to help women find redemption after extra-marital affairs. Tonight Shelley Hendrix and Rebecca Halton of Team Redeemed share their experiences with infidelity and how that led to the formation of their ministry. Dr. Robert Monroe, a urologist from Greenville, South Carolina, joins Nite Line to discuss the topics of intimacy and aging. This program also features the singing of Rachel Rizzuti.

Shelley Hendrix shelleyhendrix.com, church4chicks.com, teamredeemed.org
Rebecca Halton teamredeemed.org
Dr. Robert Monroe greenville-urology.com
Rachel Rizzuti rachelrizzutimusic.com

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Danté Thompson welcomes Betty Cornett, Tina Lisy, and Maria Mindeva for another evening dedicated to helping the children of Bulgaria. Tune in tonight at 8 p.m. to find out how you can help put the children on the bus to Christian summer camp this year.

Betty Cornett cornettministries.com
Tina Lisy hrbg.org

Friday, April 25, 2014

Gwen and Wade Hall host a cowboy church night with Pastor Philip Wild. Pastor Tommy Scott from Church of Love and Truth in Easley, South Carolina also brings viewers up to date on what God has done through his ministry. Catlin Tierce returns to Nite Line to sing throughout the evening.

Catlin Tierce eagleheartministries.com

Monday, April 28, 2014

Join Danté Thompson and Pastor Dusty Raines of Welcome Baptist Church as they hear a story of miraculous healing. Tonight Sue Fallin of Easley, South Carolina reveals how God healed her from four autoimmune diseases after doctors told her she had just few months to live. She shares this journey of healing in her memoir, Gathering Manna: Finding God’s Grace in Life’s Wilderness. Bill Randall of Buffalo, South Carolina shares how he called on God while he was incarcerated and was led to begin a prison ministry. He is joined tonight by his pastor, Rev. Brad Goodale of Philippi Baptist Church in Union, South Carolina. Brothers 5, a quartet from Woodruff, South Carolina, performs live music.

Sue Fallin gatheringmanna.org
Bill Randall billrandallministries@gmail.com
Rev. Brad Goodale philippibaptistchurch.com

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Dr. Bob Shearer welcomes Pastor Ray Popham to Nite Line to discuss the vision of Called to All Nations Ministries. He and his wife, Teresa, share their calling to travel the world and minister to others. Miranda Pulliam of Royston, Georgia and Will Britt of Lumberton, North Carolina sing and share testimony tonight on Nite Line.

Pastor Ray Popham raypopham.com
Miranda Pulliam Miranda.pulliam@yahoo.com
Will Britt willsmessage.com

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Dan Lynn is joined by Author Adrian Moldovan, who inspires his readers to transform their lives with the word of God. Tonight Adrian goes through each step of transformation as he discusses his book, Tell Hell No. Deborah Buckingham, a Bible study teacher from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, shares how to develop a closer relationship to God as she talks about her daily devotional, Nourishments: Food for the Soul. Pastor Carleathea Benson reveals how The Million Book Effort provides books for pre-school and elementary school children in South Carolina. Singing tonight on Nite Line is William Cooley Jr of Greenville, South Carolina.

Adrian Moldovan tellhellno.org
Deborah Buckingham nourishments.org
Pastor Carleathea Benson cabenson@umcsc.org
William Cooley Jr. bmw2506@att.net

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Greta Campbell welcomes back Dr. Parnell Coward, professor of Biblical Studies at Holmes Bible College in Greenville, South Carolina. Joining him is Dr. Lamont Freeman, a retired army major and current dean of students at Homes Bible College. Tonight, they share about current happenings and end time prophecy. Tonight’s program also features the music of The Childers from Union, South Carolina.

Friday, May 2, 2014

Gwen and Wade Hall celebrate Mother’s Day tonight on Nite Line. Gwen’s daughter, April, joins her around the piano with friends to share in song and testimony.
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
DOVE BROADCASTING
PO Box 1616
Greenville, SC 29602

or

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!