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WGTS 91.9 has hosted the "Dare to Be" women's event for the past five years.
When a concert comes to the Washington D.C. anything can happen, and recently it did. WGTS staffers and listeners were surprised when the Secret Service showed up at the Michael W. Smith and Amy Grant Christmas Show.
At its November 2017 session, the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) reaffirmed the accreditation of Washington Adventist University (WAU). “This is a big deal,” said WAU President Weymouth Spence, Ed.D. "We are justifiably proud of our reaccreditation."
WGTS 91.9 spent Veteran’s Day with some of America’s finest at the Armed Forces Retirement Home in Washington D.C.
Washington Adventist University has welcomed Anward Ottley to the Music Department as an adjunct professor.
For 60 years WGTS 91.9 has served Washington, D.C., and shared Christ. See a timeline of their history here.
On May 8, 1957, in the basement of the men’s dormitory on the campus of then Washington Missionary College, WGTS 91.9 started broadcasting on a 10-watt transmitter, covering a scant square mile in Takoma Park, Md.
El 8 de mayo de 1957, en el sótano del hogar de varones en el campus del entonces Colegio Misionero de Washington, WGTS 91.9 comenzó a emitir en un transmisor de 10 vatios, cubriendo apenas una milla cuadrada en Takoma Park, Md.
Bonnie Franckowiak, professor and coordinator of the Master of Science Nursing Program at Washington Adventist University, says recognizing substance abuse varies from age group to age group.
WATCH: Aleksandar S. Santrac, professor of Religion and Chair of the Washington Adventist University Department of Religion, re-examines the ecumenical and postmodern dimensions of the legacy of Luther’s Sola Scriptura principle, the reformer’s revolutionary teaching that the Scriptures are the sole infallible rule of faith and practice.