About KQLC 90.7 FM

Mailing Address:  P. O. Box 1147, Sealy, TX 77474
Physical Address: 318 2nd Street, Sealy, TX 77474

Tel: 979-885-6755  * Office Hours: 8am - 4pm M-F

Our Mission

The mission of our non-profit L.C. Orrick Outreach, Inc. (as well as the related radio station KQLC) is Encouraging All in Christ (Philippians 2:1-11) and Proclaiming Reconciliation in Community (2 Corinthians 5:17-21) Read more about our non-profit in the FAQ.

We hope that listening to us will encourage you to discover and increase your faith in Jesus and become reconciled with those around you.

KQLC is privileged to have been granted this opportunity to serve the people of Sealy, our city of license, and the people living in the surrounding cities and towns for several miles around. We are still in the beginning stages of our mission, but where we are today has taken immense and prayerful work on the part of many volunteers. We need your help... to listen and grow in your faith, to volunteer, and to provide financial support.

  Wecome to our Christian Community Radio Station!




Meet our new Technical and Program Consultant, Keith Rimes!  He helps keep the KQLC signal on the air and works with us... and you... to help provide inspirational Christian music and Christian programming.  Come by and say hi!  He's either at the station or out in the community helping us from 8am to 4pm, Monday - Friday.  If you're planning to swing by, you might call first to be sure to catch him:  Office:  979-885-6755  Cell: 832-744-8398.  We're so happy to have him!








Skip Miller has been working hard training Keith to step into the consulting role he has held for so many years.  Who knows?  Maybe Skip will have time to continue to anchor his live interview program called One on One with Skip Miller, to provide community churches and leaders an opportunity to share with us what they are doing to make the communities we serve better places to live and work.  









Donna Schlitt has been involved with our radio ministry from the very beginning over ten years ago.  As a volunteer, Donna serves as Program Manager for the station, treasurer for the non-profit, and keeps a watchful eye on the development of our scholarship program.  She has her fingers in just about every pie.












Jay Schlitt is our one man Sports and Special Projects Team... but he could use your help when it's time to do a remote broadcast of a community event or bring a special Christian presence to a sporting event broadcast.  He's been with us from the very beginning, that cool wintry day when our first tower went up over 10 years ago.








Our General Manager is Bob Luton, the one who takes care of our relationship with the Federal Communications Commission, works with our legal counsel, and keeps up with our music licenses for broadcasting over the air and streaming over the internet.  He is the current head of our non-profit board.