FAQ

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
   

How did the Signs & Wonders newsletter get started?
   
In August 1998 T. R. began writing a newsletter to update friends and family members on his ministry activities. Shortly after its debut, the Lord inspired T. R. to write his first sermon article "Are You Batting 1.000?" for the next newsletter. Following a suggestion made by a co-worker at the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, witnessing tips were also included. Since then the purpose of this newsletter has been to preach the gospel and teach others to do the same.
  
  
What inspired the name "Signs & Wonders"?
Originally the newsletter was called Electronic Gospel Gazette. In May 1999 it was renamed Signs & Wonders in response to various signs God uses to confirm direction for T. R.'s life.
  
   
Does it cost anything to receive the Signs & Wonders newsletter?
There is no subscription charge although donations are accepted and appreciated. 
  
  
Are my donations tax-deductible?
  
Not yet. 
  
  
Are printed copies of the Signs & Wonders newsletter available?
   
To minimize postage and printing expenses, copies of this newsletter are sent out only through email. You are free to make your own print-outs from this web site. 
  
  
Is it okay to make copies of Signs & Wonders to share with my friends? 
  
Yes. Printed or electronic copies of this newsletter may be given to others if all articles are included and haven't been edited in any way. Individual articles from this web site may be copied for your personal, non-commercial use only. If there's an article that you want to use in another publication or web site, please contact us first to obtain permission. 
  
  
How about getting back issues of Signs & Wonders? 
   
You may find previously published articles in the Archives menu. 
  
  
May I submit something to be posted in the Signs & Wonders newsletter? 
   
Testimonies, Christian jokes, and evangelistic stories may be sent with the understanding that no compensation will be offered plus we reserve the right to edit your article if it is used. Original material is preferred to avoid the possibility of copyright infringement. If you still want to submit something that wasn't written by you, include the author's name if known. Because there are many "e-rumors" circulating on the Internet, it's important to verify every story you receive before passing it on to others (check out TruthOrFiction.com). Please do NOT send chain letters, petitions, virus warnings, or other messages with appeals to forward them to others. If T. R. receives something that he wants to share with Signs & Wonders readers, it will be published in the newsletter and/or T. R.'s Facebook page.
 
    
How did Signs & Wonders Radio get started?
    
On April 7th, 2006 during a church service in Fargo, North Dakota, a guest minister stood in front of T. R. and said God wanted him to start a business that He had already spoken to him about. When T. R. prayed about this, the Lord reminded him of a dream he had four years before. T. R. was riding in a car that stopped in front of a radio station with WWW in big red letters on it. The Lord showed T. R. in this dream that He wanted him to go on the radio over the Internet. Thanks in part to an unexpected donation, Signs & Wonders Radio was launched online three weeks later.
   
   
How do I listen to Signs & Wonders Radio? 
   
     
     
May I request a song to be played on Signs & Wonders Radio? 
   
The songs on our regular playlist are selected randomly by computer. Therefore, we are not set up to play requests on the spot. However, you are welcome to give us feedback regarding our programming and email suggestions for new music to be added to our playlist. 
   
   
May I submit music to be played on Signs & Wonders Radio?   
   
Christian musicians who have product available for purchase are welcome to send us their music for airplay consideration. Due to the large number of inquiries we receive, we ask that (if you have not already done so) you spend some time listening to Signs & Wonders Radio to become familiar with the types of music we use. Typically we play more modern/prophetic worship sounds than conservative-sounding Contemporary Christian Music. We do not play Southern Gospel, traditional-sounding black gospel, and hard rock (unless it's melodic and the lyrics are intelligible). We also shy away from remakes of well-known Christian songs unless they have innovative arrangements so they sound "new." 
   
If you think your stuff fits our format, please send us a link where we can download mp3s of your music. It's quick and saves you money on shipping charges. If you do not have a web page for radio stations to download your music, you may either email mp3s of tracks you think best fit our format or send a CD to: Todd R. Post - Signs & Wonders Radio - PO Box 329 - Ashland, VA 23005. Please include a lyric sheet (unless your project is strictly instrumentals) and a short biography about yourself and/or your band plus what your goals are. Because music is a powerful tool that can be used for good or evil, we seek to play music by Christian artists whose motive is to use their talents to advance the kingdom of God. 
   
Your recording, whether on CD or electronic file, should be clear and of professional quality. By submitting your music, you are giving us permission to broadcast your music if we determine it fits our programming. Please do not request a review or inquire when we might play the music you submitted. If accepted, we'll let you know and add your music to our playlist right away. All CDs become the property of Signs & Wonders Radio. While it is not required, a link to the Signs & Wonders web site on your web site would be greatly appreciated.
    
   
I want other people to see your videos. Is it okay to put them on my web site, Facebook, MySpace, etc.? 
   
Selected YouTube videos can be placed on other people's web pages by copying its "embed" code. 
   
   
Why don't you allow text comments in response to your videos? 
     
Adding comments have been disabled because of spam, profanity, and other nasty remarks previously posted. Anyone who wants to give their feedback about our videos can email us directly. 


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