Adventist World Radio — an official radio ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, broadcasts inspirational programs to remote audiences around the world. With studios in 70 countries, AWR broadcasts in nearly 70 languages.
Classical 90.5 WSMC — serving a fine arts radio audience, Classical 90.5 WSMC is operated by Southern Adventist University in Collegedale, Tennessee. The station offers classicial and sacred music along with National Public Radio programs.
Hymns and Favorites — transmitting exclusively through the Internet, Hymns and Favorites is a commercial-free ministry of Positive Life Radio. The all-music format offers Traditional Hymns and inspirational favorites from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s.
KJCR 88.3 FM — located on the Southwestern Adventist University campus in Keene, Texas, KJCR FM, a listener-supported station, covers Dallas, Fortworth, Waco, and other northwest Texas locals. The student-operated radio station features a contemporary Christian music format with an emphasis on worship and praise music.
KTSY 89.5 FM — broadcasting throughout southern Idaho, KTSY FM, a Family Friendly Music Staion, is owned and operated by the Idaho Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Based in Caldwell Idaho, KTSY FM is a listener supported station broadcasting 24 hours a day. It features a Contemporary Christian music format.
La Voz de La Esperanza — broadcasting messages of grace, hope, and salvation in Jesus Christ since 1942. Targeting those who speak and understand Spanish, the broadcasts are transmitted from more than 1,000 radio stations in 35 countries.
Nuevo Tiempo — transmitting from Nova Friburgo, RJ, Brazil, Nuevo Tiempo is a satellite radio and television ministry that covers South and Central America, and much of North America. Operated by the Adventist Media Center--Brazil, an entity of the Seventh-day Adventist Church's South American Division, Nuevo Tiempo offers biblical teaching programs and music in Spanish and Portuguese.
Positive Life Radio — emphasizing the positive life that God gives anyone who accepts. Based at Walla Walla College in College Place, Washington, Positive Life Radio (KGTS FM) broadcasts 24 hours a day with nearly every hour containing Contemporary Christian music.
Praise 90.1 — broadcasting throughout the Tennessee Valley for 25 years, Praise 90.1 (WOCG FM) is owned and operated by Oakwood College in Huntsville, Alabama. The noncommercial format includes brief educational and spiritually uplifting programs along with a unique music format called Inspirational Soul.
Quiet Moment Radio — Pioneered by Ray and Debbie Young in 1989, Quiet Moment Radio is a ministry of the Ypsilanti Seventh-day Adventist Church in Michigan. The broadcast features light gospel and contemporary music designed for reflection.
The Voice of Prophecy — Based in Simi Valley, California, the Voice of Prophecy is the is one of the oldest broadcast ministries in the world. Started by H.M.S. Richards, Sr., 75 years ago, the broadcast is heard throughout the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico, and Guam. Pastor Lonnie Melashenko is the speaker/director.
WAUS FM 90.7— reaching southwestern Michigan and northern Indiana, WAUS FM is owned and operated by Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan. WAUS offers Classical music and provides community information and event participation.
Community Praise Center — based in Alexandria, Virginia, this Seventh-day Adventist congregation has a strong focus on mission and outreach.
Emmanuel-Brinklow Adventist Church— Located in Brinklow, Maryland, the growing congregation is led by the preaching ministry of Pastor Marcellus Robinson and his pastoral team.