We invite you to enjoy a previously recorded radio ministry as heard on WYSL Radio; AM 1040 & 92.1 FM. To get started, click or tap Download Service below. There is also an accompanying bulletin.
“Things No One Knows” with Pastor Natalie Bowerman. Originally broadcast 12/03/17. Does the virus foreshadow “End Times?” Pastor Natalie discusses Christian views of apocalyptic events and what our UMC teaches about the return of Jesus. (Plus, more Christmas music!)
“A Good Cry” with Pastor DJ Robinson. Originally broadcast 12/04/16. A “DJ Presentation” on how sometimes when feeling overwhelmed by life, the most powerful thing we can do for our mental health and spiritual enrichment is to “Have a Good Cry!” (Plus, Christmas music!)
"Be Made Clean" with Pastor Kim Ferrel. Originally broadcast 02/12/12. Kim delivers a moving first-person narrative of "The Healing of the Leper" and how the power of Christ can make us clean and healthy in God and with others, no matter our circumstances.
"We Can Make a Difference" with Pastor Hector Rivera. Originally broadcast 11/13/16. Hector shares an overview and personal accounts of how we can better hear and respond to God's call in our lives, especially during changing times and developing opportunities.
“God is Calling Us: Seven Holy Habits” with Don Mastin and other members of our men’s fellowship leading the service. Originally broadcast 03/13/16. The men take turns examining healthy Christian habits and how these can lead to a more enriching relationship with God’s calling in our individual lives.
“Wilderness Experience” with Pastor Mary Martin. Originally broadcast 02/22/15. Highlights include the worship service led by our UMW and a timely message from Mary about reevaluating what is truly important a-midst ongoing challenges and sacrifice.
"Living Water" with Pastor Kim Ferrel. Originally broadcast 3/27/11, the first program of our radio ministry! Highlights include the Geneseo UMC choir joining us, and a narrative production by Paul Brown, Gladys Iler, and Kim of "The Woman at the Well".