National 1# Songs
Below are the #1 charted songs reported by “Singing News” magazine for March 2021 and “20 The Countdown Magazine". You can check out charts at singingnews.com and 20 theCountdownMagazine.com
“I’ve Been Washed Clean”
20 the Countdown Magazine
“Truth Be Told”
8th Annual Sunrise Service at “Big Rock” in Central Aroostook will be held Sunday, April 4, 2021, at 6:30am.
HE IS RISEN!! All are welcome!!
Come celebrate Jesus’ resurrection and our hope for life eternal.
The Bread Of Life Soup Kitchen is looking for volunteers for meal service on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 4-6pm to prepare and serve meals, wash dishes and cleanup.
Whether it’s once a week or once a month, all volunteers are welcome to enjoy a free hot meal, including an entree, sides, drinks and dessert. For more information, call or text Michelle at 949-1424.
“....Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me." Matt. 25:40.
The Pregnancy Care Center is looking for volunteers. Responsibilities include: answer phones, correct and go over Bible studies, pray with clients, and sort clothing. Qualifications needed are: daily walk with the Lord, knowing Jesus as your personal Savior; faithful church attendance & participation as a member of the body of Christ, believe in the sanctity of human life as taught in the Bible, be available to give 2 - 4 hours weekly, and attend a 20 hour volunteer training. To request a volunteer application, please call: the main office in Presque Isle at 207-764-0022. The PCC hours are: Tuesdays - 5pm-8pm, Wednesdays - 10am-4pm and Thursdays - 10am - 4pm. The Presque Isle Office is located at 184 Academy Street in Presque Isle, Maine.
National Day of Prayer
May 6, 2021 is our annual observance of the National Day Of Prayer. In 2021, our theme will be “Lord, Pour Out Your Love, Life, and Liberty.” 2 Corinthians 3:17. (www.nationaldayofprayer.org).
We want to give a big THANK YOU to all those of you who gave gifts for our 3 projects: 2021 taxes, tower painting, and our transmitter problems. We were able to raise enough money for all 3 projects. Our taxes will get paid this fall. The tower painting is to take place this summer, Lord Willing, when we also will get our ground field mowed. The transmitter issues are ongoing but hope to get the engineer here from Nautel this spring after the snow goes to hopefully get us some answers. All in the Lord’s timing. He knows our ways and our paths. And He always provides. God bless all of you that have given financially and prayerfully for our projects and our ministry here at WFST.
Our streaming computer died January 10th. For those of you who listen via internet, this was surely missed. Well, thanks to our Board President, Don Flewelling, and our Per Diem Engineer, Andy Rebscher, we are back online and bringing our wonderful music and programs to you through your computers and phones once again. If you haven’t checked us out online, just go to: www.familyradiowfst.com and click on the “Listen Live” button at the top of the page and you can hear us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Even when we are at low power on the radio, our stream comes through loud and clear. :) Thank you to all of those who prayed for us or donated to get us back on the internet! We are so blessed to have you in our lives! Thank you and God bless!
We recently updated our program schedule of what programs we air and the times they are heard on WFST. We enclosed one with your yearly tax receipts we sent out in January. If you did not receive one or would like one, just let us know and we will gladly get one to you. You can call 492-6000 and leave a message with your phone number and address or you can write to us at: WFST, PO BOX 600, Caribou, ME 04736 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
TOP 5 SONGS ON 20 THE COUNTDOWN MAGAZINE:
Truth Be Told-Matthew West
Battle Belongs-Phil Wickham
Out Of My Hands-
Graves Into Gardens:
Family Radio WFST is airing a new program on Sundays at 9:30am called Love Worth Finding with Adrian Rogers. Adrian Pierce Rogers was an American Southern Baptist pastor and conservative author. He entered Christian ministry at the age of nineteen. To get more information on this ministry, you can visit www.lwf.org.
April 3 at 3:30 pm we will be airing an Easter special called “The Resurrected Body of Christ by Carter Conlon of Times Square Church who suggests that in these tumultuous days the Lord is saying to us, “You are my church and you have been divided too long and I am calling you to the place where you start to recognize and appreciate one another and start to understand that none of us can do this alone. We need each other.” Carter makes a clarion call for unity among the Body of Christ. Though we’re all very different from each other, we’re all empowered by the same Spirit. If we remain divided we are not going to have the power to stand against the darkness of these times. We must pray!
“God, would you help us learn what it means to be part of the Resurrected Body of Christ.” — Carter Conlon.
Philippians 1: 3 - 6
I thank my God every time I remember you. In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now, being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus. (NIV)