African Radio Ministries exists to glorify God through the radio waves. ARM is depopulating hell and populating heaven in Liberia and surrounding nations through Lutheran worship services over the radio. Each program is designed as a Lutheran worship service with culturally relevant praise music, message, Lord's Prayer, Confession & Absolution and contact information. The programs are designed to:
- encourage listening groups to become church plants, especially in remote areas where it would be difficult to support a pastor
- encourage listeners to attend a local ELCLS church in their area if one is within their reach of transportation
- encourage listeners to call asking questions, be prayed for, or request a visit from a pastor/evangelist.
Current People Groups in Liberia being reached through ARM broadcasts
This program can be heard throughout Lofa County, Sierra Leone and Guinea. It is managed by Rev Ezekiel Saah and Pastor Emmanuel Tengbeh. The program has been airing since 2012 and has seen 6 church plants and 300+ baptisms.
Rev Gemah Ballah produces and manages the programs in the Lorma dialect which can be heard in Lofa County and into Guinea. There have been 4 church plants and 80+ baptisms since the program aired in 2019..
This is ARM's oldest and the founding ARM radio worship service which began airing in 2009.
Grebo is spoken among the peoples living in Maryland County and into the Ivory Coast. This program is managed by Rev David Bardue.
This people group is found in northern Nimba County, Guinea and into Ivory Coast. The program is managed and produced by Rev Joe Wallace.