Worship 24/7 Prayerfully Considers Expansion

Since launching just over a year ago, and then acquiring 93.7 FM in Central Oregon last November, Worship 24/7 has experienced God’s favor in many ways. We are now in a position to prayerfully consider expansion. Financing is in place to acquire signals that will further the ministry’s vision “To ignite a passion for God through worship.”

“We have programmed Worship 24/7 to parralel a contemporary church worship service, and in doing so we have established a radio and online presence that creates great loyalty and passion among those who listen. With strong listener support we were in the black after just six months of operation and we believe God is now opening the door to expand this ministry. Our original concept and financial model has proven itself, so we’re excited to step out and see where God takes this ministry,” says Founder David Harms.

“If there are current radio operators who are looking for a refreshing new approach, and who sense God leading them to something different, we’d humbly welcome any and all discussions about what it might look like to be acquired. We believe this can be done in such a way that keeps ministry at the center of the radio station while building on the solid foundation that has been laid,” added Harms.

Stations interested in pursuing the sale of their station, or simply talking further, can confidentially contact David Harms directly at david@worship247.com

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