The station, as well as Kingdom of God Ministries, was founded by Sister Sue Jenkins, a Catholic nun. The station also had a low-power repeater in Kokomo, Indiana, WKGK-LP (channel 50). WKGK's operations became intermittent after losing its transmitter site in December 2004, signing on only to preserve the broadcast license; after last operating on March 14, 2012, the station informed the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on April 4, 2013 that it would not be able to resume operations until April 11, resulting in the WKGK license being canceled on April 17.
Kingdom of God is also the licensee of W51DU channel 51, a former Trinity Broadcasting Network repeater in Lafayette, Indiana. TBN took W51DU silent March 25, 2010 due to declining support, which has been attributed to the digital transition. TBN would later sell the station to the Minority Media and Television Council, which in turn would sell the station to Kingdom of God, with the intent of using the translator to repeat programming from WKOG.
The station has announced plans to build a new satellite broadcasting center in Indianapolis. It will house a satellite uplink facility, which it will use to launch a new international ministry. The new satellite station will predominantly air evangelical Catholic programming. It is not currently known if the station will keep its affiliation with EWTN when this happens.