On March 22, 2000, In His Sign Network (later renamed In His Name Broadcasting), was granted the 88.7 frequency to be licensed to Port Republic, NJ, with the call letters of WIBF. The station stayed silent for three years, until March 2003, when the station signed on the air for the first time, testing the waters with an R&B oldies musical format.
This format would only survive less than a month, for in April 2003, WIBF began simulcasting contemporary Christian station WXHL out of Christiana, Delaware. The simulcast would also be short lived, for the WIBF call sign was forfeited on May 16, 2003, and changed to WXXY-FM. On July 21, 2003, WXXY-FM began broadcasting an "all-80s" format, with the moniker, "South Jersey's Eighties Channel!" The WXXY-FM call sign had previously been assigned to 103.1 FM in Chicago (now WVIV-FM), which also had broadcast an "all 80s" format from 1998 until 2003.
On August 17, 2004, WXXY-FM changed formats once again, due to the station having financial difficulties. WXXY-FM went back to airing religious programming, using the moniker of "South Jersey's Gospel Music Station". Originally using the ABC feed of Musical Soul Food, the station quickly went to a local feed of Gospel music. On June 17, 2008, the call sign was changed to WGXM, changed back to WXXY-FM on July 15, 2009, and most recently to WEHA on August 1, 2009.