This is the WMYW TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Wilmington Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|5:00 AM||Shepherd's Chapel |
Books from The Bible are taught.
|6:00 AM||Beverly Exercise |
A fitness series offering stretching and ballet exercises, and tips on nutrition and dieting.
|6:30 AM||Ellison Media |
|7:00 AM||Through the Bible with Les Feldick |
A weekly series in which the host reads scripture passages.
|7:30 AM||The Gospel Truth |
The impact of Scripture is discussed in this religious series.
|8:00 AM||Nite Line |
This series features gospel-music performances and discussions of guests' religious experiences.
|9:30 AM||Concepts of Faith |
|10:00 AM||Enjoying Everyday Life with Joyce Meyer |
Author and Bible teacher Joyce Meyer shares encouragement to help people enjoy daily life.
|10:30 AM||Joseph Prince |
A message from Joseph Prince, the senior pastor of New Creation Church in Singapore.
|11:00 AM||Life Today With James Robison |
A religious program focused on spreading the message of the Gospel.
|11:30 AM||Study in the Word |
|12:00 PM||The 700 Club |
A religious-themed newsmagazine, one of TV's longest-running programs. On the air since 1966, it launched nationally in '72, before becoming the flagship of the Christian Broadcast Network in 1977. It mixes news---from a religious perspective---with inspirational interviews with celebrities, along with Bible readings and entertainment.
|1:00 PM||Peggy Denny |
|1:30 PM||Paid Programming |
|2:00 PM||Paid Programming |
|2:30 PM||Paid Programming |
|3:00 PM||The Jim Bakker Show |
Christian lifestyles are discussed.
|4:00 PM||Scaly Adventures |
A boy and his parents study animals on the ground, in the air and underwater.
|4:30 PM||Tween You and Me |
Religious programming featuring a tween cast who take part in a variety of humorous sketches, games and music performances.
|5:00 PM||Made in Hollywood |
An entertainment-magazine series featuring celebrity interviews, previews and behind-the-scenes segments.
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