Radio Station Information
WOTL 90.3 FM
City of License:
Family Stations (Family Stations, Inc.)
WOTL is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 90.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Toledo, OH and is part of that radio market. The station airs religious programming and goes by the name "Family Radio" on the air. WOTL is owned by Family Stations.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
OMG!!1 I OVER LOVE THIS STATION. IM AT WORK AND FOUND IT ON TUNEIN.COM AND I AM OVERLY MOTIVATED. I HAVE A NEW FAVORITE STATION. #MOTIVATEDBYFAITH
By: Keisha Hart on October 15, 2013
Allow me to introduce myself and MAP Ministries ,
Our ministries provides over 80000 Bible lessons for Amish adults and children thru mail correspondence courses each year. The mission also helps Amish who have left the communities and are in need of employment , birth certificates and SS numbers plus many other needs .
The emphasis is on winning them to a faith in Christ along the way.
Last year we held the first Amish Awareness Conference and are planning on repeating it again in March 26-28 of 2015. It is our wish that you broadcast this information over all your stations and if possible do an on line or recorded interview with MAP ministries director Joe Keim.
Attached find a brochure with the information regard dates and format , The registration web site and contact information are listed .
Please run the announcements 4 to 6 weeks in advance as the is an early requisition discount
and it could also be announced 2 to 3 weeks in advance .
I am truly grateful for your time and consideration to this conference
Sincerely in Christ
The second annual Amish Awareness Conference is taking place in north central Ohio, March 26-28, 2015. The goal of the conference is to provide God's people with an honest awareness of the emotional and spiritual needs of Amish and former Amish in America.
Would you please pray about attending the Amish Awareness conference March 26, 27, and 28, 2015?
For more details and online registration, please go to www.AmishAwareness.com.
By: Ken Rauch on January 21, 2015
I am starting an adult (18 & over) support group for loss of parents. You can find out more information at my Facebook page A Willing Heart And A Listening Ear. It is Free and open to the public. There is a great need for this in Toledo, could you please help me spread the word. Thank you
By: Janice Gayle on March 5, 2018
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