Welcome to #GivingTuesday

The Problem…

Do you have children or grandchildren that you are trying to buffer from bad language, immoral conduct, and violence?  If you don’t, we’re sure that you are concerned about the well-being of young people with the ever-increasing challenges of growing up in today’s society.

We want our children to be showered with good, not bad.  Words to modern music increasing exalt drugs, alcohol, sex, violence and is becoming blatantly anti-religious and even satanic.   While many of us don’t really pay attention to the words, we just like the music or the beat, the words do take root in our minds.  Repetitive music thoughts or ideas are planted and we begin to be desensitized toward these extreme ideals.  The scary truth is what someone allows to dominate his or her mind can or will eventually determine his or her actions.

What we are doing about it…

TBTA Ministries is working hard to provide an alternative to what we listen to.  Our mission is to “Take Back the Airwaves” and bring the positive, life-giving message of Jesus Christ to the world.  Revocation Radio is the mouthpiece of TBTA Ministries with the only station on terrestrial frequencies that broadcasts our specific mix of Christian Rock and Hip-Hop.  Hip-Hop is so prevalent and influential in today’s culture and society that we believe it is imperative to broadcast a Christian alternative with life-breathing messages and unparalleled quality, not only in lyrics but also in production.  With four FM frequencies, websites and mobile applications reaching a potential listening audience of over 1.5 million people, we are the fastest growing radio network in the southeast.

How you can help… 

Rock, hip-hop and alternative music may not be your kind of music.  Guess what?  Our kids are drawn to this type of music whether you like it or not, and it is very important to provide an alternative that they can enjoy listening to without being drawn into violent or immoral behavior.  It is imperative that we “Take Back the Airwaves” which is why we need your help.
TBTA Ministries relies on charitable donations from generous people just like you to reach our world with Christian alternative music.  Regardless of your music preferences, please consider becoming a RevRadio Partner.  Your generous monthly charitable donation or even a one-time charitable gift will ensure that Revocation Radio stays on the air.

Your gift is tax-deductible because TBTA Ministries is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Birmingham, Alabama.  No gift is too large or too small.  Even a monthly gift of only $5 can make a huge difference.  Together we can “Take Back the Airwaves”!

About TBTA Ministries

The Revocation Radio Network

TBTA Ministries was founded in 2010 and awarded non-profit status June 14, 2010. In 2010, TBTA Ministries purchased 2 FM frequencies, 88.1 FM WKRE and 88.5 FM WKUA. Revocation Radio was brought online in 2011 on 88.1 FM WKRE in St. Clair County and quickly gained listeners despite it’s very small range. In 2012, construction of a tower, management building and antenna were complete and 88.5 WKUA went on-air in January of 2012 and built an audience rapidly, becoming Revocation Radio’s most popular frequency.In 2019, Revocation Radio purchased 97.7FM WRYD and has been going strong ever since!

What people are saying about Revocation Radio…

I hope you guys know how much Revocation Radio is a blessing to us. You guys play great music 24/7 and it’s Christian based. The little bit of advertisement that y’all do have is local businesses. Revocation radio is the only station that I can listen to at 3am when I’m coming home from emergency calls that I know will be playing great music. Keep up the amazing work!

Listener from Tuscaloosa, AL

Well with the help of Jesus, you, and the station, has helped me a ton. Ive actually been listening for several months now just never texted in. I use to listen to a lot of hard rock that fed my spirit the wrong way… Thats why even going to church as much as I could I still found myself listening to worldy music during the work week, but thanks to the 89.7 I have learned about several rock christian artists and I don’t find myself wanting to listen to all the garbage that I used too.

Listener from Ashland, AL

You know, before listening to this station, I didn’t like rap/hiphop at all. I just wrote it all off as “bad.” I now realize that I just hadn’t heard any good artists. Its amazing how convicting some of their lyrics are. Thanks for broadening my musical horizons, while also strengthening my walk with Christ.

Listener from Tuscaloosa, AL