2019 Letter Month Award Winners

1st Place – Dr. John MacArthur Study Bible

WPGM/WBGM – Bill Wilhelm of Turbotville

WPEL – Marilyn Ayers of Owego, New York

2nd Place – YETI Rambler 18 ounce Stainless Steel Insulated Beverage Container

WPGM/WBGM – Joyce Trego of Sunbury

WPEL – Sandi Cavanaugh of Montrose

3rd Place – 5 Compact Disc Collection from Haven Ministries featuring the Haven Quartet and soloists.

WPGM/WBGM – David Manney of Elysburg

WPEL – William Northwood of Conklin, New York

4th Place – Mornings with (A. W.) Tozer Devotional Journal

WPGM/WBGM – Joan Duncheskie of Shamokin

WPEL – Gary Russell of Tunkhannock

Honorable Mention: 5 awards each for WPEL and WPGM

Those being recognized for HM will receive a book by Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer. Winners will receive a copy of either

The Church in Babylon

The Power of a Clear Conscience OR

On the Path with God


Cindy Foote of Trevorton

Ralph Fluharty of Mifflinburg

Pam Finck of Milton

Kathryn Guild of Watsontown

Steve Herman of Danville


Lisa Thompkins of Montrose

Rebecca Roberts of Clarks Summit

Bonnie Reynolds of Montrose

Marie Dollmetsch of Vestal, New York

Joyce MacAfee of Sayre


This year’s awards for the best letters or emails written by kids are very special.

Every child 17 and under will receive a copy of

The Hiding Place that is tailored for a younger reader.

Teenage award winners will receive the young reader’s edition of The Hiding Place.

And kids 12 and under will receive Escape to the Hiding Place from the Adventures in Odyssey Imagination Station Book Series.


The Hiding Place is The True Story of Real-Life Hero Corrie Ten Boom.
Corrie and her family risked their lives to hide Jews, and others hunted by the Nazis, in a secret room, a “hiding place” that they built in their home.
Corrie and her family are betrayed, captured and sent to the notorious Nazi concentration camps to die.
Corrie Ten Boom’s true life story–and the story of how faith, hope and love ultimately triumphed over unthinkable evil.

Updated: July 15, 2019 — 5:37 AM

Word of God

Let no corrupt word proceed out of your mouth, but what is good for necessary edification, that it may impart grace to the hearers. — Ephesians 4:29