|City||West Quincy, Missouri|
|Broadcast area||Quincy, Illinois|
|Slogan||"Quincy's True Power Station"|
|First air date||2002 to 2006|
|Owner||School of Christ|
KQPW-LP was a non-commercial low-power FM Christian radio station licensed to West Quincy, Missouri, broadcasting with 100 watts of effective radiated power on 102.5 MHz. The station licensee, School of Christ, a small private Christian school in Quincy, Illinois, was granted a construction permit from the Federal Communications Commission on November 26, 2001, with the stated purpose "to further the Gospel of Christ to our students and the surrounding area" and "to instruct those students and other interested area youth in the field of radio electronics and production". The station went on the air and applied for a license to cover in August 2002, and the FCC granted this license in September. The station used the slogan "Quincy's True Power Station". KQPW-LP is no longer broadcasting as the FCC canceled its license on June 21, 2006.
- West, Larry (2003). "We Care Campaigns" (PDF). After Action Report. West Monroe, Louisiana: We Care Ministries.
We Care one-minute daily and five-minute daily radio programs are being aired in different locations around the country. One, Dale Holden of Radio Station KQPW in Quincy, Illinois, says, "We are now broadcasting Larry's gospel teaching messages 24 hours to about 45,000 people! This is our very own station and it broadcasts the Gospel 24 hours. No music, no commercials, just gospel teaching!"
- "Application for construction permit for a low power FM broadcast station". Federal Communications Commission. 2001-01-16.
- "Report No. 45324 - Broadcast Actions". Federal Communications Commission. 2002-09-20.
- "Application Search Details for KQPW-LP's license to cover". Federal Communications Commission. 2006-06-21.
- KQPW official website
- Query the FCC's FM station database for KQPW-LP
- Radio-Locator information on KQPW-LP-LP
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KQPW-LP
- On the Radio.Net: KQPW 102.5 FM
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