|City||Elizabethtown, North Carolina|
|Broadcast area||Fayetteville, North Carolina Elizabethtown, North Carolina|
|Slogan||A Better Variety of Southern Gospel|
|Format||Southern Gospel Music|
|Owner||Christian Listening Network|
WGQR (105.7 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Southern Gospel Music format. Licensed to Elizabethtown, North Carolina, USA, it serves the Fayetteville, North Carolina area. The station is currently owned by Christian Listening Network.
In 1993, Sound Business, which was 50 percent owned by Arthur DeBerry and Associates, owned WGQR and WBLA (AM). Lee Hauser, who owned the other 50 percent of Sound Business and served as its president, began managing WJSK and WAGR in Lumberton, North Carolina when the DeBerry company bought those stations. Morning host Dan Hester, who had worked at WWAY, replaced Hauser as station manager for WGQR and WBLA. WGQR and WBLA both aired the Bladen County high school football game of the week.
- Michael Futch, "Gospel to Replace Nostalgia As Radio Stations Are Sold," The Fayetteville Observer, January 11, 2006.
- Larry Cheek, "Disc Jockey Dudes," The Fayetteville Observer, March 26, 1992.
- Jay Woodard, "Radio Stations' Sales Under Way," The Fayetteville Observer, August 25, 1993.
- "Football Fills Airwaves Across Region Again," The Fayetteville Observer, August 26, 1993.