La Voz de la Esperanza

(“Voice of Hope”; Spanish Voice of Prophecy). A syndicated weekly Spanish broadcast with a Bible correspondence school, video production, and music and daily radio programs, all under the same name. The weekly program can be heard in most of the Spanish-speaking countries over more than 400 radio stations, including Adventist World Radio-Latin America. Its main offices are in Thousand Oaks, California, with 32 branch locations in Spanish-speaking countries. Even though it is sponsored by the General Conference as one of the components of the Adventist Media Center, its financial support comes primarily from direct contributions. The weekly broadcast began in 1942 as a subsidiary of the Voice of Prophecy, with speaker Braulio Perez Marcio, a Spanish evangelist and writer who throughout ...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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