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A Contemporary Christian Radio Station

History + Vision

The Board of KCWN wants you to know what we believe and what guides our work here at 99.9.


Our Purpose

First and foremost, we at KCWN desire to glorify God with our music and programming. We acknowledge the Lordship of Jesus Christ and recognize His call for us to spread the Good News of salvation through Jesus, to encourage and build up fellow believers, and to be a shining light and positive influence in our community.



Glorifying God through great music and enriching programs, KCWN proclaims the lordship of Christ the King and shares the hope of salvation in Jesus, encouraging and edifying believers while shining gospel light into local communities.




The Bible is the inspired, infallible, and authoritative Word of God. It shines in the world’s darkness and illuminates life.

There is only one God, existing eternally in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

God the Father created all things and cares for all things, providentially ruling every aspect of life under his sovereign and loving will. Not a hair can fall from the head of believers without the will of our Father in heaven.

The Lord Jesus Christ is the son of God, born of a virgin, who lived a sinless life, performed miracles, and died a sacrificial death that provided all-sufficient atonement for humanity’s sins. He bodily rose from the grave and ascended to heaven, where he sits at the right hand of God the Father, ruling and reigning with all authority. He will return again in power and glory to establish his kingdom in all its fullness.

The Holy Spirit regenerates the hearts of believers and equips them to live godly lives, comforting and keeping the universal church until Christ’s return.


Our Vision

KCWN signed on the air in October, 1995, with 25,000 watts of power, declaring that Jesus Christ is Lord. Our mission and purpose remains the same today, to share the hope of Jesus Christ.



KCWN desires for all listeners to hope and praise Christ the Lord, guided in godliness by the Word’s shining light.


K = Kingdom – Praising God and praying for his kingdom to grow in the world and in our lives

C = Christ – Proclaiming Christ’s lordship and serving him with humble hearts

W = Worship – Adoring and loving God above all while living every minute in awareness of his presence

N = Network – Nurturing relationships within church and community to more effectively share the hope of Christ




If we know the weapons that the enemy uses we can stand defensively. Tonight starting at 7:00 pm Nightlight will discuss how to become victorious! Talk to you then

He’s Got Your Back
"Declare them guilty, O God! Let their intrigues be their downfall. Banish them for their many sins, for they have rebelled against youH." Psalm 5:10

David now cries out to God for Him to punish the guilty, and his desire is for them to be banished. Haven’t we all been there, wanting God to say to the guilty… "Guilty"! We all know people who have hurt us in some way and desire for God’s judgment to be on them.
When we allow God to be the judge, we can be set free from the pressures of trying to get even. We no longer carry around the burden of allowing their ways to control ours. We may suffer the consequences of their sin, but it does not own us. It no longer controls how we respond, because we know that God has us in His hands.
Imagine being freed from allowing the consequences of the sin of others to control our thoughts and actions. Remember, there is nothing that the Lord does not see or know and take comfort that we are being taken care of by His ways. His ways are higher, and in times of persecution, there is something greater going on other than the current situation. Persecution is temporary, but the pain of the process will grow us into the leaders God has called us to be. Hold on tightly to knowing the truth instead of getting caught up in the enemy’s ploy of destruction for our lives. God is with us, and He has the greater plan.

Today in the Workplace:
Is there anyone you need to forgive?
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