The I AM Radio Network is owned and operated by Voice For Christ Ministries and is designed to provide Christian radio to Native and Rural Alaskans.


Consisting of numerous radio translators and various complete radio stations, The I AM Radio Network covers the state of Alaska via a satellite transmission system. 



The Network's main initiation point is KIAM in Nenana, Alaska. Owned and operated by Voice For Christ Ministries, KIAM serves as the I AM Radio Network Headquarters and has broadcast Bible teaching, Christian music, national/local news and sports, and a remote-message service 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, commencing their service in 1985. The translators, also called radio repeaters, are owned and operated by VFCM and re-broadcast an exact copy of the KIAM programming. Radio stations KAGV (Houston, AK) and KYKD (Bethel, AK) are also owned and operated by VFCM. These two stations re-broadcast portions of the KIAM programming. Affiliate radio stations also re-broadcast portions of the KIAM programming, but are owned by other Christian ministries and Christian Churches around Alaska.

KYKD FM100 Bethel feeds translators in Hooper Bay, Quinhagak, Kalskag, Aniak, and Togiak while KIAM provides the programming feed to the remaining 16 locations. Lord willing, this network will expand over time!

Visit the village translators page or click on the links to the right to learn more about the translators and radio stations in the I AM Radio Network.