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La Voz de la Esperanza
 

 
Back in 1942, when World War II was bringing uncertainty and death to millions and hope itself was under siege, La Voz de la Esperanza (The Voice of Hope) was launched for the millions of Spanish-speaking people of the world. The vital seed of the Gospel is scattered over the nearly 1,000 radio stations that air the weekly program in 35 countries, and also by way of shortwave and satellite transmissions courtesy of Adventist World Radio-Latin America and LaRed Internacional La Voz de la Esperanza. It has the responsibility to reach the more than 400 million Spanish-seekers in the three Americas, and parts of Europe and Africa. Through the Holy Spirit, this ministry is a vital player in the explosive growth of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Spanish-Speaking world. To learn more about us (in Spanish), please go to our website www.lavoz.org

 
LifeTalk

 
In a world of shrinking borders and racing communications, LifeTalk is making God’s presence known by utilizing cutting-edge media forms to spread the word. LifeTalk’s low-cost, high quality programming brings peace and hope to the world 24 hours a day, 168 hours per week. This is done through television broadcasts on church and non-church networks as well as public stations, 64 radio stations worldwide, and an internet presence that contains video and live broadcasting, Bible studies, doctrinal animations, and ministry supplies. LifeTalk is contacted daily by individuals around the world. LifeTalk has generated over 140 million internet hits, scores of Bible studies, and the “Every Eye” video on the second coming has been viewed by over 5 million times since introduction. To learn more about this ministry, we would invite you to our website www.lifetalk.net

 
Voice of Prophecy
 

 
A leader in religious broadcasting for nearly 85 years, the Voice of Prophecy focuses on God’s love and heralds the soon return of Christ—bringing hope to broken people and guiding Christians in daily living. Founded in 1929 by H.M.S. Richards, the ministry continues today under the leadership of Shawn Boonstra. Voice of Prophecy can be heard in nearly three dozen languages, and Bible lessons are available in over 70 languages. Local Discover Bible Schools have been established at 2,400 churches across North America and hundreds more around the world. As the Voice of Prophecy looks to the future, it will continue to focus on evangelism and sharing the love of Christ with a hurting world, while using present tools and anticipating yet-to-be-developed technology. Listen online and learn more at www.vop.com