Radio Station in Liberia

Jan 10th, 2011 by admin | 2

Through your desire to help; we have received enough donations to pay the down payment of $5,000 for the new station in Liberia. We have received some toward the other $5,000 to finish paying for it. We want to thank everyone that has or will donate to the purchase of this station. If we did get any extra; we will put some toward the purchase of a 2,000 Watt transmitter. This will broadcast to several nations around Liberia. It will cost about $5,000.

August 16, 2010 is a historic day for Old Time Baptists. Our programs started on the new station TODAY. As far as I know; this is the first radio station to be bought by our people.

I want everyone to be sure they understand this. This station does not belong to me or Union Hill Missionary Baptist Church. THIS STATION BELONGS TO ALL OF OUR OLD TIME BAPTISTS. AT THE PRESENT; IT IS BEING DONE UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF UNION HILL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH AT HOMER, GA. BUT IT MAY NEED TO CHANGE TO ANOTHER CHURCH AT SOME POINT.

THIS STATION WAS BOUGHT WITH ALL OF OUR CHURCHES IN MIND. ALL OF OUR CHURCHES CAN COME TOGETHER ON COMMON GROUND, WITHOUT WORRYING WHICH CHURCH FELLOWSHIPS ANOTHER. WE PREACH ON THE RADIO STATIONS HERE THAT HAVE EVERYTHING FROM PENTECOSTAL TO CATHOLIC PREACHING FROM THE SAME STATION. THAT WILL NOT BE THE CASE WITH THIS STATION; IT WILL BROADCAST ONLY OLD TIME BAPTISTS FOR 12 HOURS PER DAY. THIS WILL GIVE ANY CHURCH OR PREACHER, TEACHER and SINGERS, or those who would like to tell potentially 1.5 MILLION PEOPLE THEIR EXPERIENCE OF SALVATION IN MONROVIA, AND HOPEFULLY, WILL SOON BE REACHING FIVE TO EIGHT MILLION WITH THE STRONGER TRANSMITTER.

You or your church does not have to help pay the expenses to be on the station. With four employees’ it will cost about $500 per month. Each employee will receive $25.00 per month, which makes $100. The other four hundred will go for petro for the Generators.

We want you to be sound and to have a burden for lost souls. I have been praying from day one that there would be a way that all of our Old Time Baptists could be a part of the Mission work beside just money and prayers. These are essential, but if all of our churches can feel they have an opportunity to step up before the world and preach or teach whatever the Lord lays on your heart; surely we can all do that without any discord. I’m sure you would.

Remember; whatever we send to Liberia to be broadcast on the radio station the Lord has given us, will be passed on to the next generation until the Lord comes back. I’m just sure that if He came back and found all of us trying to get his gospel to lost sinners; he would be SO pleased.

If you send material to me; I will be happy to mail it on to Bro. Victor. Or, I will give you his mailing address and you may send it yourself. I won’t have time to go through all of the material you send, but I don’t need to since you will be just fine. I have confidence in all of our churches to preach the truth on salvation so I don’t need to worry about that. Also, feel free to preach on the church, the ordnances, or whatever the Lord lays on your heart.

The name of our station will be:    MBVA.= Missionary Baptist Voice Of Africa

I will send this or something like this to the churches so everyone will know that they now have the opportunity to serve the Lord in Mission work. If we have lost sight of our Mission; maybe this will assist us in becoming MISSIONARY Baptists again. I say that very respectfully. Sorry for so much at one time, but didn’t know any other way to do it.

ALL for his honor and glory,

Bro. Paul

2 Comments on “Radio Station in Liberia”


  1. Sandy Roe said:

    Hello, Brother Paul!! Do you still have the radio station going? If so, I have some sermons I could send… Please let me know where to send them! Love you!
    Sandy Roe
    Kokomo Missionary Baptist Church


  2. Jerry Rippy said:

    Praise God for the work going on in Liberia and around the world on behalf of lost souls and the spread of the gospel of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. We here at Freedom Mission in Ohio try always to lift up those laboring in Africa and the surrounding areas of the world. Our hearts are overjoyed each time we get another report of the great blessings God is pouring out on them that love Him. We also groan with each trial that you suffer to the honor and glory of God. May God continue to bless the work at the radio station in Liberia. Your brothers in sisters in the faith at Freedom Missionary Baptist Mission.

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