Worship 24/7 Adding 5 Signals in Unique Partnership with Radio By Grace
Amarillo, TX – In an effort to maximize the ministry impact of both organizations, Radio By Grace has entered into a Letter of Intent to donate 5 radio signals to the Worship 24/7 Network based in Wilsonville, Oregon. Worship 24/7 will soon take over ownership and operations of WJEP Cusseta, GA (91.9 FM) plus translators in Le Mars, IA, Sioux City IA, Ottumwa, IA and Burley, ID. In exchange, David Harms, founder and President of Worship 24/7, will engage as a strategist in the fundraising efforts of the Radio By Grace Network.
“We are excited to be able to contribute to the structural development of Worship 24/7 and to partner with David at a strategic level for Radio By Grace,” states Doug Gehm, Director of Radio By Grace. Adds Harms, “Over a year ago a partnership with Radio By Grace brought Worship 24/7 to Amarillo, and this agreement further deepens the relationship and allows for future growth in using WJEP as the ‘feeder’ signal to any other translator expansion in the future.”
This donation is pending FCC approval with the timeframe to close expected by the end of summer.
Radio By Grace is a nonprofit Christian radio network based in Amarillo, Texas and operating 79 signals in 21 states. With a focus on teaching the bible, verse by verse, the network features bible teachers like Skip Heitzig, Chuck Smith, David Jeremiah, and Greg Laurie.
Worship 24/7 is currently airing its all worship format on KTDD-104.9 FM in Tacoma, WA, KYOZ-95.7 FM in Spokane, WA, KBZD-102.3 FM in Amarillo, TX, KURT-93.7 FM in Central Oregon and an online listening community representing 191 countries. The mission of Worship 24/7 is to “Ignite a passion for God through worship.”