Radio Station Information
City of License:
Alamo Heights, TX
San Antonio, TX
KDRY (Kdry Radio, Inc.)
KDRY is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1100 KHz. The station is licensed to Alamo Heights, TX and is part of the San Antonio, TX radio market. The station airs religious programming. KDRY is owned by KDRY.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Kdry is my station of choice because of the wonderful choices of pastors doctors and teachers you provide (with my two personal exceptions; the Bible answer man which seems like some of his answers don't line up with some of the scriptures and Winning with the Word with Raye Brown who seems to be based on hype. I shouldn't be negative because they are doing much more than I am). I really like the bible quiz questions between Rick and Lee that are harder than most quiz questions that help me to remember scriptures I have overlooked or forgotten. Also I enjoy the fact that some broadcasts are repeated for two reasons. 1. If I miss the program and 2. When I know I need to hear that teaching again because it was so deep. You are ushering many souls into the Kingdom of God. I tell people about this station that teaches,feeds,trains and helps your listeners to grow. A thousand THANK YOU'S! "Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word of God". Keep up your Godly work by changing our society soul by soul and preparing us of the "whosoever wills" of the gift of eternal life with Our Father God,Jesus and Holy Spirit. I'd also would like to thank God's hard working Holy angels that He has commanded to go out and work in our behalf. Heaven is going to be great and KDRY provided the Word of truth and stepping stones to get there. Again, THANK YOU !
By: Karen of Springfield Massachusetts on October 20, 2014
what's your email address to email a song to?
By: jeff nelson on July 21, 2015
I was wondering what time does Pastor Rick Warren come on your station.
By: Sandra Rhodes on May 19, 2020
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