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Here at DoveFM we are a small body of believers trying to make a huge impact with minimum resources. We rely on underwriters and donations from people like you who want to help make a difference by spreading the good news of Jesus Christ and providing uplifting music to all. Please consider donating what God is leading you to donate, you will be blessed and so will others. From all of us at DoveFM we thank you for your Prayers and blessings.

We've been thinking and praying about making a change to our schedule.  Some people prefer to wake up to Music.  Some prefer Bible teaching while they're driving to or from work.  We love both, so we're always going to have both great Christian music and solid verse-by-verse Bible teaching on Dove-FM.  However, we'd like you (the listeners) to let us know your preference for "drive time" hours (weekdays 6-9am and 4-6pm).  Do you prefer music or Bible teaching during these hours?  Use the form below to vote.

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We're starting out 2016 with some exciting news.  Our final license authorizing WYVL (broadcasting on 88.5 FM)  has been granted by the FCC today!  Sometime this weekend we'll be increasing the power of WYVL's transmitter from approximately 1,200 watts to 2,500 watts.  This should dramatically increase the quality of our broadcast signal in Warren and Chautauqua counties.

For our listeners in the Warren area, we want to remind you that our translator, 100.7, has been sold and will shortly stop broadcasting DoveFM programming.  You should change your radios to receive the more powerful 88.5 signal.  For listeners in the Jamestown area, we will continue to broadcast on our translator (98.7), but you may receive a clearer signal on 88.5.

We praise God for allowing us to expand our radio ministry as we move into 2016.  We'd like to thank all of our listeners for their prayers and continued support.

Most people believe that when this life ends, a new life begins.

Most people hope to someday go to heaven when they die.

Sadly, not everyone will enter heaven.

Has anyone ever taken a Bible and shown you how you can know for sure that you're going to heaven?

The Bible contains both bad news and good news. The bad news is something about YOU. The good news is something about GOD.

Click on each of the headings below to learn more about what the Bible says.

Let's look at the bad news first...

18 September 2019

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