History of Spirit FM

Spirit FM started in 1985 with one station, KCVO, in Camdenton, MO. It has since grown into a network of twelve stations – 91.7 -KCVO in Camdenton, 89.7 – KCVQ in Knob Noster, 100.3 – KCVJ in Osceola, 107.7 – KCVK in Otterville, 92.1 – KCVZ in Dixon, 91.7 – KCVX in Salem, 89.9- KCVY in Cabool, 90.7 – KVSR in Kirksville, 90.3 – KCKE in Chillicothe, 89.5 – KCKJ in Sarcoxie, 103.5 – KCKZ in Moberly, 91.9 – KCKF in Cuba – and 3 translators (106.5 – Jeff City, 104.1 – Lebanon and 89.5 – Warsaw).

We also have a Christian Rap/Rock Hits format, called The Pulse Channel, on 100.9 – KCKP in Sunrise Beach, 91.9 – KCKV in Kirksville and on translators: 89.3 in Waynesville and 90.1 in Sedalia. The main studios for both formats are located in Camdenton at the Lake of the Ozarks.

A little more…

  • Our Goal

    Our goal as a Christian radio ministry is to be a place where people can make connection with God through our music and be challenged by His love to make ministry connections with each other.

  • Did you know?

    Spirit FM is an active partner in the Christian Music Broadcasters Association.

  • How are you funded?

    Spirit FM is a listener-supported, non-commercial radio. At the end of each year in November, we have an annual fundraiser that allows us to raise support for the coming year. We also have a Days of Vision fundraiser in May to allow new listeners to pledge their support.

  • How to support the station?

    Besides our annual fundraisers in November and May, you safely and securely donate right here online whenever you want. Whether that is a one-time gift or a continual, monthly payment plan.

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