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My Account. But this proved to have severe limitations. Then under their new pastor, The Village Church decided to take a different approach to their radio ministry. It soon because clear that Songs in the Night would either have to find a new home or discontinue broadcasting. Working closely with Bernard Kastein and the radio committee, announcer and radio director Tedd Seelye began investigating leads and possibilities for moving the program.
In , after months of prayer, discussion and searching, The Village Church voted to accept an offer from The Moody Church, under Pastor George Sweeting, to take over the production and distribution of Songs in the Night. Stations were notified, arrangements were completed, and the transitional program took place the first week of February, The actual transfer was planned as part of a 25th anniversary rally on January 21, , at The Village Church. Participating was retiring radio speaker Pastor Lloyd Fesmire, who officially welcomed Dr.
George Sweeting to this important radio pulpit. After just over 24 years of broadcasting from The Village Church, an era had come to a close for Songs in the Night. Despite those who doubted that the program could long survive the dual change of both speaker and location, the broadcast thrived.
Its unique format—first established at the outset of the program in and virtually unchanged even today—provided the needed continuity. George Sweeting, then the Senior Pastor of The Moody Church, gathered a staff capable and talented people to help carry on this 25 year-old radio ministry.
Most of the musical, announcing and engineering personnel remained. Later, Don Smith joined the staff as Executive Producer. Together, the new Songs in the Night team sought to strengthen and enlarge its total ministry. From 45 domestic and 10 foreign outlets at the time of the transition, the outreach soon doubled, then tripled. In , Dr. Sweeting was called to become the president of the Moody Bible Institute.
Warren W. The program continued to expand until, but the 30th Anniversary of the program in , more than stations carried the program each week from coast to coast and around the world. Wiersbe to be their radio pastor and the new voice of Songs in the Night became Dr. Erwin W. Combining favorite hymns and gospel songs with scriptural meditations of encouragement and instruction, Dr.