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On June 21, 1971, WPCS began broadcasting Christian
programming in the northwest Florida area. We signed on the
air as an educational, noncommercial, nonprofit, Christian
radio ministry operating 17 hours a day at 89.3 FM. In 1985,
WPCS began broadcasting 24 hours a day. In 1987, we moved
to a new tower and the frequency changed to 89.5. In 1988, WPCS moved to its current location in the Visual and Performing Arts building of Pensacola Christian College.
In December 1996, RBN began with its first station in
Eugene, Oregon, and since has grown to a network of almost
40 stations across the country. And with the Internet, RBN can be heard anywhere in the world. If you have friends in
an area that has no RBN station, be sure to tell them that they
can listen on the Internet at rejoice.org.
On April 23, 2010, the full-power station KPCS
89.7 FM began broadcasting in the Minneapolis/St. Paul,
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God has used Rejoice Radio in your Life.
Almost 40 years ago, God placed a desire on the heart of Dr. Arlin Horton,
founder of the Rejoice Broadcast Network, to start
a Christian radio station that would reach listeners all along the upper
Gulf Coast. June 21, 2010 began the 40th year of operation for WPCS. Through these 40 years, the vision
has remained on what the Lord can do through this listener-supported Christian radio
ministry. WPCS expanded its outreach in December 1996 when the Rejoice
Broadcast Network began broadcasting on its first satellator station
in Eugene, Oregon. Now on almost 40 stations and the Internet, Rejoice
listeners across America and around the world. From the beginning, Dr.
Horton’s desire was to broadcast good Christian music and programming
that would encourage believers in their daily walk with the Lord and
provide a gospel witness in the community. That desire to serve God and
reach people continues today. We look forward expectantly and
say, “To God be the glory, great things He hath done.”
Comment from Texas Listener“It is a blessing to hear older songs and hymns rather than the contemporary and culturally conformed music that is so prevalent on other radio stations. I feel the Holy Spirit confirmation more often with these songs; not to mention as a side note that I appreciate the obedience to the call to exhort and challenge people in their relationship with Jesus Christ that is expressed daily! I pray that this station will continue to strive to reveal God’s TRUE Holy character and purity as it is confirmed by His Holy Word; something that is much needed in the world and desperately in the “church."”