CQ, CQ, CQ… This is the Christian Amateur Radio Fellowship. This net is affiliated with the independent Christian churches and churches of Christ. The purpose of this net is to promote fellowship among Christian amateur radio operators and to exchange news of the missionaries, Christian colleges and churches. Standbys will be held every quarter hour for additional check-ins. “Come now, let us reason together,” says the Lord. “Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow.” Today’s net control station is ______ located in ______ and my name is ______. Stations desiring to check-in with the Christian Amateur Radio Fellowship, please call net control at this time.
As there are no other check-ins or comments, this is ______ closing the Christian Amateur Radio Fellowship at ______ and inviting you check-in tomorrow when ______ is scheduled to be net control. Remember… “This is the day the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it.” 73 and 75.
80-meter Net Control Stations at 7:00am Eastern (1100 UTC • summer / 1200 UTC • winter) on 3.930MHz:
- Mon • Lynn Traylor, KG4ABA • Glasgow, Kentucky
- Tue • Mike Blankenship, W4TBI • Elizabethtown. Kentucky
- Wed • Mark Nieman, K8GAP • Owensboro, Kentucky
- Thu • Dave Hoxworth, AA8KJ • Findlay, Ohio
- Fri • Bernie Lewiston, KBØL • Ogden, Iowa
- Sat • Don Motz, N9NYX • Wheaton, Illinois