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1:30 AMHoney for the Soul
2:15 AMThru the Bible
3:30 AMBack to Genesis

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Rejoice Broadcast Network
P.O. Box 18000
Pensacola, FL 32523

Becoming a Share Partner means Commitment.

The prayers and gifts of faithful share partners make it possible to fulfill our commitment of providing Christ-honoring music and programming. As you pray about giving to the ministry of Rejoice Radio, here are a few things to consider:

  • We encourage monthly giving.
  • Gifts to Rejoice Radio are tax deductible.
  • Visa®, MasterCard®, and Discover® credit/debit cards are accepted.
  • Your information will be kept completely confidential.
  • You can call 1-800-726-1191 anytime.

Some radio stations pay their bills by charging for air time, some by selling commercials, and some do both; RBN does neither. We do not charge programmers for air time, nor do we have commercials. This is a faith ministry that relies on the regular gifts of God’s people to meet its needs. Please pray about helping us meet our financial needs on a regular monthly basis. Gifts to the ministry are tax deductible. You may use your Visa®, MasterCard®, or Discover® to contribute on the Internet or by phone.

When you call or write, tell us whether you listen on a network station or on the Internet.

Comment from Michigan Listener“How grateful we are to God and you all for the good news, the enduring Words of God and wonderful encouraging music Rejoice Radio brings to our hungry souls. We are part of the area that was denied service for 4 or 5 months last summer. Our hearts were made very aware of how much we listened to Rejoice daily and how every hour was enlightened with His Words and made more joyful with the music, particularly. Please be assured that what you do is a blessing and be encouraged in the knowledge that nothing done for Christ is in vain.”