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Breath of Life
 - The Breath of Life telecast is dedicated to sharing the healing Gospel of Jesus Christ in the context of the Three Angels' Messages of Revelation 14.

Faith for Today - Faith For Today is a Seventh-day Adventist media ministry committed to leading skeptical individuals to a timely, meaningful and eternal relationship with Christ. The primary tools the ministry uses are television and internet programming.

Hope TV - The Hope Channel is a Christian television network that seeks to bring everlasting hope to people around the world.

It is Written - It Is Written is a deeply spiritual, donor supported ministry passionate about communicating the gospel to the world. It Is Written seeks to impact lives for Christ in four ways—through the weekly telecast, a worldwide evangelistic ministry, the Internet and Christian living and faith-sharing resources.

La Voz de la Esperanza - La Voz de la Esperanza is a Spanish radio ministry heard in 35 countries, including the U.S., on nearly 700 stations.

Life Radio Talks - Through advanced satellite technology, LifeTalk Radio broadcasts God's message of love and redemption 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Programs, designed to strengthen spiritual life and family values, are shared along with carefully chosen music to transform lives.

Podcasting - Lifelines is a public service announcement by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America. It is produced at Adventist Media Productions in Simi Valley, CA.

Really Living - Really Living is an exciting 60-minute show hosted by North American Division President Don Schneider. Really Living premiered September, 8, 2006 and is now broadcast weekly on Hope TV worldwide. It features people who share what it means to be in a state of really living - which is to know Jesus, share Jesus, and live for Him. 

Voice of Prophecy - Voice of Prophecy is one of the oldest continuous religious broadcasts of any kind celebrating its 75th Anniversary October 19, 2004.

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