ONE JAM NATION Radio

OJNR Offers Listeners an Inspirational Talk-Radio Format Transmitting a Mixture of 
Christian Music, Christian Talk and Teaching, Music News and More

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OJNR offers listeners an inspirational talk-radio format, transmitting a mixture of Christian music, Christian talk and Christian teaching. Psalm 95:1 calls us to sing to God with joy; we hope to unite the family of God for this praise and worship by bringing the body of Christ together to celebrate Jesus with Joy and Music, spreading the gospel through the airwaves.

OJNR is on the move to reach the whole world community with the good news of the Gospel, good clean entertainment, and valuable information for everyday Christian life. We are excited to share how God is expanding our airwaves for us in many areas. Our heart is to impact lives on a much larger scale; the more air space, the more impact. 

Would you like to be part of something so big, so radical that only God can get the credit? If so, link arms with us! Become a sponsor or partner and help us reach the unreached, all around the world! 

Sponsorship opportunities are available ON AIR. You can advertise your business, interact with potential customers, and help us all at the same time. With new opportunities underway, would you consider joining us, today? Please feel free to contact us for more information.

Afraid of commitment, but still want to help? Then consider being a walking billboard with a ONE JAM NATION t-shirt for only $15!

Jennifer Alden is the founder of OJNR. She is the author of 7 books, including a three-part poetic literary series and a daily devotional. Jennifer’s “Joy And Music” ministry is an extension of her writing, which led her to produce the first of many concert events. JAM: "A Rock of All Ages!” was held at Lakeland’s historic Polk Theatre in November 2014. The success of that event set the stage for a series of concert events. JAMFEST: ROCK the Nation will be scheduling to tour through various cites throughout the United States, including the grounds of Woodstock in Bethel, New York. 


"It is not our intent to come into a community, put on a good show, and then leave, never to be heard from again. We want to get people excited about the cities where they live and give them hope and encouragement to be agents of change. Then, by uniting with local organizations, they can take the hope and encouragement they received to the places where it is needed the most,” Alden says. OJNR is an outgrowth of that inaugural occasion, and will also serve to support and promote upcoming events.  

 

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