KJRF

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KJRF
City Lawton, Oklahoma
Broadcast area Lawton area
Frequency 91.1 MHz
Format Christian radio
HAAT 126.0 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 82987
Transmitter coordinates 34°41′22″N 98°7′34″W / 34.68944°N 98.12611°W / 34.68944; -98.12611Coordinates: 34°41′22″N 98°7′34″W / 34.68944°N 98.12611°W / 34.68944; -98.12611
Callsign meaning King Jesus Reigns Forever
Owner The Christian Center Inc
Website lawtonchristiancenter.org

KJRF (91.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Christian radio format. Licensed to Lawton, Oklahoma, United States, the station serves the Lawton area. The station is currently owned by The Christian Center Inc.[1]

History[edit]

January 1, 2001, Radio in South West Oklahoma changed forever. On that day, KJRF 91.1 FM began broadcasting 24 hours a day-7 days a week the uncompromised Word of God. The Word, as it was meant to be preached, not watered down by doctrine, life experiences, psychology or best guesses. The Word of God is delivered through radio broadcasts which are uncompromised to fit the world today. Music is played to lift you up between the messages to allow your Spirit Man to Praise and Worship God for all He has done. Nationally recognized ministers of the Gospel bring the Word alive each hour, every hour of the day. Among them are Joyce Meyer, Keith Moore, Charles Capps, Scott Webb, Bob Yandian, Kate McVeigh, Jerry Savelle, Andrew Wommack, Creflo Dollar, Kenneth Copeland, Billy Joe Daugherty, and Joel Osteen. KJRF 91.1 is a convention of believers meeting everyday-all day long.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "KJRF Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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