This morning, I announced at church a new outreach coming from The Shepherd’s Fellowship. In March we will be doing a 1/2 hour radio program on Saturday mornings on two different radio stations.
The first one is WDCM which has coverage in the Marion county area that focuses on community service and talk programing.
The second one is WVXG which covers seven counties including Marion, plays oldies and classic rock, and has great listenership.
The appeal to us is to bring the Word to secular stations as an outreach in our communities. We will be doing this for a six month trial and then making a decision then if we continue.
While we were not seeking to do a radio show, things happened in such a way that we believe it’s undeniable that God is leading us to try this. We have a lot to work out as far as how all this is going to work out but we’re excited about this challenge and opportunity.
One challenge is having the finances to cover the cost of the show and this is the reason for this post. While more information will be coming out about the show, we want to open the doors to start talking to potential sponsors.
While some are already looking at donating to the show at various amounts, the following is a sponsorship program that individuals, families, and/or businesses can tap into.
Basic – $30 a month – You get your name mentioned (address and phone number if you are a business) on two episodes each month, listed as a sponsor on the radio page of the web-site and mentioned in the internet email blasts.
Advance – $60 a month – Same package but mentions on all four broadcasts (five on five Saturday months)
Supreme – $120 a month – Contact me for more details
If you would like to talk more about being a sponsor or just want to make a donation to help get the gospel out on the air in the Marion area, touch base with me.
If you work for a company that might be of interest of sponsoring, please make them aware of this opportunity.
(The Shepherd’s Fellowship reserves the right to not accept sponsors that due to our beliefs, we could not support in partnership)