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June 3, 2013
at 7:33 PM said:
While visiting Bonnie and Jim Herndon in Melbourn, we listened to your radio station . Thank you for wonderful programming.
January 10, 2013
at 4:58 PM said:
Its me again:) Its working now. I always wanted a station like this.I was worried it would be about politics. So many Christian sites tend to be about politics and use the Christianity as a front. It burns me up when they do that. I hope that this is the real thing. Time will tell. ty God Bless!<3
January 10, 2013
at 4:51 PM said:
Hi Im in South Texas. I cant seem to get the live streaming to work but I thought I shout out any ways.
December 1, 2012
at 12:54 PM said:
I love to hear a radio station that preaches Christ in season out of season,God speed to wcif
October 9, 2012
at 6:58 AM said:
Thank you to the Lord for glory and salvtion all that treasure will God give and we wil prase his holy name and worship him in thanksgiving hearts in the millions of home and familys life with Christ,thanks and bless,keijo sweden
March 26, 2012
at 1:19 PM said:
I'm listening over the web. I'm from Brownstown, Michigan. (South of Detroit) First time listening to your station....so far, I love what I hear.
I wish we had a great station like this in our area!
November 15, 2011
at 7:01 AM said:
Can someone tell me the artist for the song lyrics I hear frequently on this station...come to me and I will give you rest...I am calling, you are you listening my child?
August 22, 2011
at 4:29 PM said:
I thank God for this station. I moved here to Central Florida, 13 years ago from New York. I listened to a Christian music station but I found that I was not getting anything out of it. A few months ago I found this station and now I am "hooked"! I love your music and programming. I pray for God's continued blessing for this radio Station.
August 3, 2007
at 8:02 AM said:
Mom was quickly declining. Alzheimer's disease prevented her from finding the words she wanted to say. Conversations were rather one-sided and there were long periods of verbal quietness. But she often had WCIF on throughout the day and always at night.
About 2am i was awakened to the sounds of whistling coming from her room. I was astounded as she was keeping up with the song, "How Great Thou Art". Her pitch was perfect! She could no longer verbalize the words but she never forgot the tune.
I just laid in my bed tearfully smiling!
Thank you for the comfort and joy your work at the station brought to her life!
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