KQLC-LP - FM 107.9 - Brookshire, TX

CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY RADIO

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As you may know, low power fm stations were authorized to return a portion of the public air waves to town and country settings in ... See more a changing world, where large chains of stations (owned by fewer and fewer corporations) had begun to dominate the landscape. The spirit of the creation of low power fm stations was to “give a voice back to the people.” So even though there are ways to fill our air time with programs offered on many Christian stations across the country, we have chosen to take the time necessary to develop mostly local programs, even it takes more time to do so. On October 17, 1979, L. C. Orrick Outreach, Inc. was chartered as a Non-profit corporation which is chartered for religious purposes under section 501 ( c ) ( 3 ) of the Internal Revenue Code. Our founder, Rev. L.C. Orrick, operated the corporation as a vehicle for placing his religious program called The Hour of Hope on many radio stations across Texas. At his death on February 15, 2002, the remaining officers of the corporation not only kept his program on the air, but also began to develop plans to build KQLC-LP, a low power FM radio station for which he had made application before his death, and to offer scholarships to college students. Encouraging All in Christ Philippians 2:1-11 Proclaiming Reconciliation in Community 2 Corinthians 5:17-21 We hope it’s clear when you read those passages what our board sees our overall mission to be as an agent of encouragement to all in Christ as we proclaim reconciliation in community. As a Christian Community Radio Station… KQLC-LP is privileged to have been granted this opportunity to serve the people of the Brookshire – Pattison area. We are just beginning our mission, but where we are today has taken immense and prayerful work on the part of many volunteers. Christian Community Radio has at least three layers of meaning. First, it can be taken to mean “Christian, Community Radio” in that we have a clear purpose rooted in the gospel of Jesus Christ which we share with the local community of listeners. This sense underscores our own religious programming like The Hour of Hope and others which bears the mark of our non-profit and the station itself. Second, it can also be taken to mean “Christian Community” Radio, in that we are the radio station which seeks to serve as a tool of the “Christian Community” of believers and churches in our area (and globally as well) in sharing their own messages of Christian hope and faith and public service announcements of their church events. This reading underscores our serving as a vehicle for local Christian churches and church members to air programming which expresses their Christian faith. In the spirit of these first two meanings, we offer only Christian music in a variety of styles. Third, it can mean “Christian/Community” radio, because our station exists at the intersection of local community life and the gospel of Jesus Christ. This meaning gives credence to our covering local news, sports, and community events. In so doing, we model the spirituality of everyday life, lived out in community, both “as it is” and living into “how we pray it can be” as a people of faith. Our twin purposes highlight our desire to cultivate over time, programming which balances the covering of local community events and news with addressing the spiritual needs of all who live in our service area.

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Brookshire - Texas, United States - English

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(281) 934-1846

P.O. Box 250 Brookshire, TX 77423

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