Sharathon Thoughts

with station manager Dave Brooks

Helping people connect with God is the WCIC mission. But what exactly does this mean? Is it about helping people cross the line of faith? Or is it about helping people recognize the nearness of God in the everyday stuff of life?


A while back, a man started listening after getting gas across the street from our studios. The building design caught his eye, and he decided to give the station a try. Over time, he decided to give his life to the Lord. We love opportunities like these to have a role in stories of people coming into a relationship with Jesus!

Becki wrote:

I really messed up. I hurt my husband and my best friend deeply because of my poor choices. I was ready to just give up and throw my own life away. Then I heard 2 songs on your station that made me change my mind. "Forgiven" by Sanctus Real and "You are More" by Tenth Avenue North. They were played back to back, and as I listened, I was totally broken, sobbing, and just stopped everything I was doing to give it to God. I owe my life to GOD and WCIC because without that moment in time, I would've taken my own life.

This man connected with God. Becki connected with God. And everything changed.

Each day, personal "connections" occur in cars and kitchens across the WCIC community. These moments may bring encouragement... or Christ-centered perspective.

WCIC's spring fundraiser, Sharathon, is underway. Our theme this year is 30 Years of Building Hope. 2,300 friends giving at the TEAM360 level would allow WCIC to become fully-funded for all of 2014. For the first time in many years, this would mean a fall fundraiser would not be needed to cover operations. We'd love to be in a position to consider growth opportunities this fall by meeting the entire goal for the year this spring.

Will you prayerfully consider an investment in this mission by partnering with us for Sharathon?

Hope is built... when people connect with God.

Thank you for your prayers and friendship!