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CityBaton Rouge, Louisiana
BrandingSonLife Radio Network
Slogan"Your Station For The Gospel of Jesus Christ"
Frequency88.5 MHz
FormatChristian radio
ERP25,500 watts
HAAT85 meters (279 ft)
Facility ID31171
Transmitter coordinates30°23′6.00″N 91°5′23.00″W / 30.3850000°N 91.0897222°W / 30.3850000; -91.0897222
Callsign meaningJimmy Swaggart Ministries FM Station
OwnerJimmy Swaggart Ministries
(Family Worship Center Church, Inc.)
WebcastListen Live
WebsiteSonLife Radio

WJFM (88.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Christian radio format. Licensed to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States, the station is currently owned by Jimmy Swaggart Ministries.[1] The listener-supported station is run by Sonlife Radio, a ministry of Jimmy Swaggart Ministries.

Its programming is also broadcast full-time on co-owned KCKR (91.1 FM) serving Lafayette, Louisiana, WQUA (102.1 FM) serving the Mobile Alabama area; WJYM (730 AM) serving Bowling Green/Toledo, Ohio area; and WFFL (91.7 FM) serving Panama City, Florida; and WGSG (89.5 FM) serving Lake City, Florida. SonLife Radio is also broadcast full-time on a growing network of broadcast translators around the U.S., mostly in the south and west.

The station has been programming this format since 1995, and offers programming from the Family Worship Center and Jimmy Swaggart Ministries.


For nearly 30 years (1962–1992), The WJFM calls were assigned to Western Michigan's 320,000-watt powerhouse FM station 93.7FM. However, when the station was sold and switched formats, the WJFM calls were dropped and changed to WBCT.


In addition to the main station, WJFM is relayed by an additional 36 translators nationwide:

Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
W205BX 88.9 Eufaula, Alabama 13 D FCC
K209DT 89.7 El Dorado, Arkansas 38 D FCC
W213BF 90.5 Key West, Florida 50 D FCC
W215BM 90.9 Dublin, Georgia 13 D FCC
W212BL 90.3 Lagrange, Georgia 10 D FCC
W214BG 90.7 Waycross, Georgia 38 D FCC
W211BJ 90.1 Crossville, Illinois 38 D FCC
W201BL 88.1 Jacksonville, Illinois 27 D FCC
K208DW 89.5 De Ridder, Louisiana 20 D FCC
K220ID 91.9 Grayson, Louisiana 10 D FCC
K216EX 91.1 Minden, Louisiana 38 D FCC
K211DY 90.1 Natchitoches, Louisiana 10 D FCC
K219FA 91.7 Alexandria, Minnesota 50 D FCC
K213DN 90.5 Morris, Minnesota 27 D FCC
W202BS 88.3 Columbia, Mississippi 13 D FCC
K201GD 88.1 Kirksville, Missouri 10 D FCC
K219FD 91.7 Mountain Grove, Missouri 50 D FCC
K207DG 89.3 Rosati, Missouri 140 D FCC
K218DC 91.5 Springfield, Missouri 250 D FCC
K213DK 90.5 Willow Springs, Missouri 50 D FCC
Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
K209EG 89.7 Artesia, New Mexico 25 D FCC
K208ED 89.5 Deming, New Mexico 50 D FCC
W208BC 89.5 Corning, New York 10 D FCC
W220DD 91.9 Morehead City, North Carolina 50 D FCC
W202BR 88.3 Rockingham, North Carolina 10 D FCC
W209BN 89.7 Chambersburg, Pennsylvania 10 D FCC
W212BK 90.3 Franklin, Pennsylvania 10 D FCC
W207BM 89.3 Lock Haven, Pennsylvania 10 D FCC
W218BN 91.5 Mansfield, Pennsylvania 10 D FCC
W204BQ 88.7 Andrews, South Carolina 55 D FCC
W204BR 88.7 Manning, South Carolina 50 D FCC
W215CK 90.9 Winnsboro, South Carolina 10 D FCC
K209DX 89.7 Brookings, South Dakota 250 D FCC
K211EC 90.1 Watertown, South Dakota 100 D FCC
W217BG 91.3 Pikeville, Tennessee 10 D FCC
K216FD 91.1 Columbus, Texas 40 D FCC
K219FH 91.7 Midland, Texas 50 D FCC


  1. ^ "WJFM Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.

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