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The Power of God Changes Lives One of the greatest miracles God performs on a regular basis is that of…

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TobyMac in Concert!

WCIC welcomes TobyMac to the Peoria Civic Center! You can catch him in concert Thursday, November 14th at 7 pm. He’s the artist behind “Everything,” “Love Broke Through,” “Move,” and more of your favorites! The tour also features special guest Cochren & Co. Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets start at $25, and you can…

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Give My Boss a Pat on the Back!

Nicole from Peoria says her boss deserves a pat on the back! She says Andrea at The Knolls Center for Change is one of the biggest cheerleaders out there. She’s always full of encouragement and joy. Anytime Nicole has a question or is just having a hard day at work, Andrea will go out of…

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Jason Gray – Good Music for a Good Cause

Learn how to make a difference in the lives of orphans by seeing Jason Gray in concert! WCIC welcomes Jason Gray to Groveland on November 9. Enjoy a night of encouraging music with some of Jason’s hits like “Remind Me Who I Am,” “Good to Be Alive,” and his most recent song, “I’m Gonna Let…

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Your Story Shares Hope

Consolation After Mother’s Death

I lost my mom unexpectedly in March of 2017. I struggled to move past my anger with God for taking her. Around that time, Colton Dixon’s song “The Other Side” started playing on WCIC and it helped me finally start moving on. But the biggest effect the song had on me was on the 1st…

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THIS is Who I Am

I was really depressed and going to counseling to try to work all that out. When you’re depressed you kinda question who you are and why you’re around and why things happen. You kinda go, “Who am I in all of this thing called life?” When I was on the way to counseling, that song…

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Forgotten in Prison

A lot of people are forgotten in prison. Thank you so much for remembering those who are in prison. Thank you so much for remembering me. Though we have made errors and are paying the price for what we have done, you have not forgotten about us. It’s a blessing just to know that people…

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Twenty-four Seven

My husband died in March. My house burned down in December. WCIC stays on in my house 24/7. It just gives me peace, and it’s a extra blessing on top of my home. Everything there is encouraging, and we need to be encouraged. We need to let people out there know that tragedy happens, but joy…

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Every Season of Life

It has just always been good. Every season of life, it’s neat to see the different songs that hit you. When you’re going through a tough season of life, you get the serious songs that just speak to your soul. It feels like they were written just for you and played at just the right…

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Moved Away

I actually just moved from Normal to Pheonix, Arizona and I now do not have WCIC for my car ride which is a little strange. It’s amazing how even those ten minute drives from home to work in central Illinois made a difference. I was just listening to WCIC and singing along, and now it’s…

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Addiction

I ended up with a pretty serious drug and alcohol problem. It ended with me losing my marriage, my house, and my job. I went to treatment and got a job as a delivery driver. And I stumbled upon your radio station, and it nurtured my spiritual search for God. My whole vision of God…

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Hardest Thing I’ve Ever Dealt With

I lean on the station often. I got diagnosed with cancer. I know what you’re supposed to do: trust in your faith; trust in God. All those things. But this has been the hardest thing I’ve ever dealt with. The absolute hardest. I switched over to WCIC because I needed it. – Matt from Downs

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Bullying

Going to school wasn’t easy because of bullying – not physical contact but a lot of harsh words and stuff like that. I like Jordan Feliz and the song Beloved. It just tells me how God appreciates me, that I am not forgotten, and that God knows me and loves me very much. – Tiden

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Daughter Passed Away Two Years Ago

Right now my heart is just breaking in about a thousand different ways. My daughter who was fighting brain cancer passed away just two years ago. Then my brother died roughly this time last year. There’s always been an incredible amount of message in the music, and the words are powerful. Reconnecting with that and…

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