FortWaynesRhythmandPraise.org Ribbon Cutting

FortWaynesRhythmandPraise.org (FWRP.org) will broadcast via a live internet stream for the very first time on Monday, May 21st. The first broadcast will include a live Morning Show, “Mo in the Morning” from 6 AM to 10 AM. Immediately following the morning show will be a ribbon cutting ceremony at 10:30 AM.

Meet the local leaders in the African American community and fwrp.org staff members who brought this new urban gospel radio station to life. Joe Jordan, Iric Headly, Mayor Tom Henry and Dr. Rev. Luther Whitfield will speak at the ceremony. The ribbon cutting will be held at the WBCL studio, 1115 W Rudisill Blvd, and is open to the public.

Fort WaynesRhythmandPraise.org is a sister station of WBCL and both are subsidiaries of Taylor University Broadcasting Incorporated. This brand-new, online urban gospel music station was created to serve the approximately 40,000 people within the African American community in Fort Wayne and Allen county.

WBCL teamed with local African American leaders in developing fwrp.org with the vision to apply the same mission as WBCL, presented with quality and integrity in a culturally specific manner. We want to encourage our brothers and sisters who are walking in the faith and to add to the family of God through our witness of relevant community information, encouragement and music that ministers to the soul.

The FWRP.org stream is easily accessible via smartphone, smart speaker, desk top computer and/or tablet.

The mission of FWRP.org is to communicate God’s redemptive love and truth through captivating media that inform, entertain, challenge, inspire and encourage.

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