Your Network of Praise
Type Radio network
Country United States
Availability Montana, portions of Idaho, Wyoming, and North Dakota through affiliates and translators
Slogan "Reaching Families, Changing Lives"
Owner Hi-Line Radio Fellowship
Launch date July 28, 1983
Affiliation Moody Radio, Salem Radio Network
Webcast Listen Live
Official website

Your Network of Praise is a non-profit, listener supported, Christian broadcast radio network in the Northern United States, mainly in the state of Montana, but also in nearby states. Based in Havre, Montana, it broadcasts a mix of music and various Christian programs from a variety of sources. The original station, KXEI in Havre, started broadcasting in 1983.[1]

Owned Stations

Call sign Frequency
City of license FCC info
KGCM 90.9 Belgrade, Montana FCC
KBLW 90.1 Billings, Montana FCC
KMCJ 99.5 Colstrip, Montana FCC
KGFC 88.9 Great Falls, Montana FCC
KXEI 95.1 Havre, Montana FCC
KVCM 103.1 Helena, Montana FCC
KLEU 91.1 Lewistown, Montana FCC
KJCG 88.3 Missoula, Montana FCC
KPLG 91.5 Plains, Montana FCC
KJLF 90.5 Butte, Montana FCC
KALS 97.1 Kalispell, Montana FCC
KNPS 91.7 Scobey, Montana FCC
KAXG 89.7 Gillette, Wyoming FCC
KOHR 88.9 Sheridan, Wyoming FCC
KJND-FM 90.7 Williston, North Dakota FCC


  • Station/Network History

External links

  • Official Site
  • Moody Radio Official Site
  • Salem Radio news
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