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Voice of Prophecy media ministry was founded in 1929 and is headquartered in Simi Valley, California. H. M. S. Richards, a renowned evangelist, pioneered the use of radio to present the gospel nearly 85 years ago—when many of his colleagues thought the new device was the Devil's playground! Voice of Prophecy was born on one radio station in Los Angeles. The ministry soon began a Bible correspondence program. The Bible School was established in February 1942, only a month after the radio broadcast went coast-to-coast. In June of 2013 Pastor Shawn Boonstra was elected the ministry’s new speaker/director. Voice of Prophecy can be heard on radio stations across the United States, here on our website and on-demand. Around the world, affiliated Voice of Prophecy radio studios produce programs that are aired by hundreds of stations, including Adventist World Radio shortwave transmitters whose signals reach nearly every country. Bible courses in dozens of languages and dialects are offered by affiliated schools operating in nearly 140 countries.