Skip to content
Circle-Left Circle-Large-Right

Sharing hope in Jesus,

one song, one conversation, one heart at a time.

Candy! Candy! Candy!

There’s nothing like a full size candy bar! Fun size is great, but we all want a full sized candy…


Behind Our Smiles Podcast – Episode 3 – Give Me A Win!

  Do you ever get stuck with such bad hand in a card game that you realize you have zero possibility of winning? How does that affect your motivation and interest in playing the game? Yeah, it feels like a pointless activity to spend your time watching someone else run away with all the points…


The Unfolding – From the Archives Page 52 – Rechab Gray

  How does the shyest, most introverted guy respond to a call to be a preacher? Rechab Gray decided to run. He couldn’t see how God could use him. He was petrified at public speaking, even having conversations with an acquaintance made him sweat. Today Rechab is a church planter and preacher who has found…


Behind Our Smiles Podcast!

Behind Our Smiles Podcast   Have you ever seen those picture-perfect images on social media and wonder what went on right before or after the shot? There’s always more story than meets the eye! WCIC’s brand new podcast, Behind Our Smiles, takes you behind the smiles of Joe and Tara Buchanan as they share how…


The Unfolding – Page 106 – Esther Lee

                                                           For many parents, losing a child is one of their greatest fears. How do you believe God is good and trustworthy as you watch your child…


Rick needs some coloring books

Rick from Afternoons with Rick and Jessie would like some coloring books! Watch the video below to find out why. Here is the address to the WCIC studios: 3902 W Baring Trace Peoria, IL 61615 You can send it care of Rick Smith. The deadline for getting the coloring supplies to the studio is November…


You're part of the WCIC Community.

Your Story Shares Hope

Woman standing in field with arms raised in worship

Anonymous Friend

“About seven years ago… I ended up in the hospital for 2 1/2 months. It was during the holidays, and around Christmas time, I would hear the nurses in the hall whisper, “nobody comes to visit her.” My family didn’t live close by. Anxiety was taking its toll on me,…