In the midst of the terrible World War II, La Voz de la Profecía emerged in Habana, Cuba which later became known as La Voz de la Esperanza. It's principle mission was to reach out to all of the Spanish speaking population through means of radio. From that same start, the radio program LA VOZ had tremendous success which has continued throughout the years. La Voz de la Esperanza's mission which is sponsored by the Seventh-Day Adventist church at an international level, has illustrated God as the only means to hope and salvation. Thanks to the priceless support from all our donors, and through the power of Jesus Christ, La Voz de la Esperanza has planted, all dimensions of God's message with a message of assurance, peace, and love.       

 Doctor Braulio Pérez Marcio was born in Spain in 1904, he was raised and educated in Argentina and taught in Central America. In 1942, while he ministered in Cuba as a pastor and evangelist, he was invited to lead and direct the radio program which would come to be known as La Voz de la Esperanza. He was the founder and speaker/director for more than 30 years. Not only did he lead the radio program, but also held evangelistic campaigns throughout many hispanic countries as well as the United States. His knowledge, compassion, and his ability to write books and poetry as well as his understanding of the hispanic culture made him a very influential personality. But, above all, he was an instrument of God which in a beautiful way, exalted the blessed hope of the Lord's second coming.         

In January of 1971, doctor Milton Peverini Garcia joined the ministry of La Voz de la Esperanza. He dedicated his life to God's cause since he was a kid. His studies of theology, his formation as a lawyer, and his experience as a youth counselor and teacher gave him a strong background to take charge as speaker and director of La Voz de la Esperanza in 1974. He understood the hispanic speaking population and knew exactly what people needed to hear in order to get through this world's problems: the love of Jesus. Doctor Peverini Garcia has written many books and has given evangelistic campaigns throughout the world. He led the program for a total of 27 years.         

When he was only 9 years old, Frank González migrated from Cuba to the United States. In 1984 he graduated from Andrews University with a Masters in Divinity with a Summa Cum Laude and hoping to continue his education with a Doctorate degree. He has received "Excellence in Public Speaking and received a degree in iberoamerican culture. He accepted a call to eventually become the speaker and director of La Voz de la Esperanza. He began at the ministry as an associate speaker in 1996 and became speaker and director of the program in 1998. He has written many article and books. He is also the founder of the television programs "Descubra" and "A Solas" which were aired at a national level through Galavisión and through 3 international channels. 

Pastor Omar Grieve was born in Argentina and moved to New York when he was 8 years old. He is the son of Pastor Jorge Grieve and Nila who founded the first hispanic Seventh-day Adventist television program in the world, "Ayer, Hoy, y Mañana." He spent many years working for the program which was aired nationally through Univisión. Pastor Grieve Graduated from Atlantic University in Massachusetts, Maryland with his degree in theology. Holding many ministerial responsibilities in the Seventh-day Adventist church he was director and coordinator of hispanic ministries in the Arizona and Washington Conferences. He was also a pastor of churches in Arizona, California, and New York.

Nessy V. Pittau was born in the Amazons, Brazil as she was a daughter of a missionary. She grew up with a wonderful admiration for God's work. She studied Dietetics and Nutrition at the University of Arizona and is currently a registered Dietitian in the United States. She was the director of the health and wellness department at the Washington Conference of SDA for 7 years. Nessy and Pastor Omar have been happily married for 27 years. They have two wonderful children, Nadine and Dereck, who complete a wonderful family. In mid 2013 Pastor Grieve and Nessy took the responsibility as speakers and co-directors of La Voz de la Esperanza. Their dedication and love towards people drives them. Their biggest desire is to be part of the God's plan here on Earth and be able to see Jesus face to face to thank Him in person for giving them the chance of working in a ministry for His cause.