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KJIL station logo.png
City Copeland, Kansas
Broadcast area Dodge City, Kansas
Garden City, Kansas
Liberal, Kansas
Slogan "Radio For Life"
Frequency 99.1 MHz
First air date September 5, 1992 [1]
Format Christian Contemporary Music / Christian Talk and Teaching
ERP 100,000 Watts
HAAT 285 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 24987
Transmitter coordinates 37°28′34″N 100°36′01″W / 37.47609°N 100.60024°W / 37.47609; -100.60024Coordinates: 37°28′34″N 100°36′01″W / 37.47609°N 100.60024°W / 37.47609; -100.60024
Owner Great Plains Christian Radio, Inc.[2]
Sister stations KHYM
Webcast Listen Now
Website www.kjil991.com

KJIL is a Christian radio station broadcasting on 99.1 FM, licensed to Copeland, Kansas and serving the areas of Dodge City, Kansas, Garden City, Kansas, and Liberal, Kansas.

The station's format consists primarily of Christian contemporary music with blocks of Christian talk and teaching weekdays from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM and 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM, as well as Sundays from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM. Christian talk and teaching programs heard on KJIL include; In Touch with Charles Stanley, Focus on the Family, Family Life Today with Dennis Rainy, Break Point with Chuck Colson, Living On the Edge with Chip Ingram, and Family Talk with James and Ryan Dobson. A block of children's programming is also heard on Saturdays from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM.[3]


KJIL is also heard on translators throughout Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, and Colorado, as well as on full power stations KJRL 105.7 in Herington, Kansas, KJLG 91.9 in Emporia, Kansas, KJVL 88.1 in Hutchinson, Kansas, KJLJ 88.5 in Scott City, Kansas, KNGM 88.9 in Guymon, Oklahoma, KJOV 90.7 in Woodward, Oklahoma, and KJHL in Boise City, Oklahoma.[4][5][6]


Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
KJRL 105.7 Herington, Kansas 12,500 C3 FCC
KJLG 91.9 Emporia, Kansas 3,000 A FCC
KJVL 88.1 Hutchinson, Kansas 570 A FCC
KJLJ 88.5 Scott City, Kansas 25,000 C3 FCC
K234AG 94.7 Ashland, Kansas 232 D FCC
K255AZ 98.9 Nickerson, Kansas 200 D FCC
K228EE 93.5 Elkhart, Kansas 170 D FCC
K220FA 91.9 Haviland, Kansas 171 D FCC
K203FB 88.5 Hays, Kansas 250 D FCC
K265DY 100.9 Ness City, Kansas 170 D FCC
K237DN 95.3 Pratt, Kansas 170 D FCC
K214AU 90.9 Sharon Springs, Kansas 92 D FCC
K222AX 92.3 Junction City, Kansas 170 D FCC
K239AX 95.7 Larned, Kansas 170 D FCC
K299AR 107.7 McPherson, Kansas 170 D FCC
K243BD 96.5 Salina, Kansas 200 D FCC
K207BP 89.3 Quinter, Kansas 232 D FCC
K219DC 91.7 St. John, Kansas 225 D FCC
K204CD 88.7 Tribune, Kansas 204 D FCC
K231BG 94.1 WaKeeney, Kansas 170 D FCC


Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
KNGM 88.9 Guymon, Oklahoma 25,000 C3 FCC
KJOV 90.7 Woodward, Oklahoma 25,000 C2 FCC
KJHL 90.9 Boise City, Oklahoma 10,000 C3 FCC
K229AV 93.7 Alva, Oklahoma 170 D FCC
K204FY 88.7 Fairview, Oklahoma 50 D FCC
K202DC 88.3 Shattuck, Oklahoma 230 D FCC


Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
K205CW 88.9 Follett, Texas 226 D FCC
K211CF 90.1 Perryton, Texas 176 D FCC
K218BS 91.5 Booker, Texas 193 D FCC
K295BU 106.9 Dumas, Texas 170 D FCC
K296FF 107.1 Spearman, Texas 170 D FCC


Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
K220GA 91.9 Lamar, Colorado 182 D FCC
K203BW 88.5 Holly, Colorado 195 D FCC


  1. ^ Ministry History KHYM. Accessed August 12, 2012
  2. ^ KJIL fcc.gov. Accessed August 11, 2012
  3. ^ Program Schedule KJIL Accessed August 11, 2012
  4. ^ Listen Almost Anywhere! KJIL. Accessed August 11, 2012
  5. ^ KJIL 105.7 KJIL. Accessed August 11, 2012
  6. ^ KJRL fcc.gov. Accessed August 11, 2012

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