The Voice of Prophecy radio, Bible school, and evangelistic ministry has its international headquarters at the Adventist Media Center in Simi Valley, California.
H. M. S. Richards, a Seventh-day Adventist evangelist, pioneered the use of radio to present the gospel 75 years ago -- when many of his colleagues thought the new device was the Devil's playground.
Today, Voice of Prophecy strives to stay on the cutting edge in reaching contemporary society, utilizing the latest technologies for sharing God's Word.
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A native of British Columbia, Shawn Boonstra and his wife, Jean, were baptized and joined the Adventist Church after attending an It Is Written evangelistic series. Both committed their lives to gospel ministry.
Boonstra then graduated with a degree in political science from the University of Victoria (British Columbia), followed by theological training at Andrews University.
Most recently, Pastor Boonstra served as an associate ministerial director at the NAD, where his role was to inspire, train, and equip pastors and churches for evangelism.
HAROLD MARSHALL SYLVESTER RICHARDS
Dr. H. M. S. Richards, founder of the Voice of Prophecy radio broadcast, was born in Davis City, Iowa. Both his father, Halbert M. J. Richards, and his paternal grandfather were ministers of the gospel. As a young boy, Harold decided that he, too, would devote his life to preaching the gospel.
Young Richards got a taste of evangelistic work during a summer vacation when he helped his father in an evangelistic campaign. After his high school graduation from Campion Academy in Colorado in 1914, he conducted his first series of gospel meetings in a little hamlet far up the side of Pikes Peak.