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Beyond Today - Comments from Our Readers Attachment

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Beyond Today - Comments from Our Readers Attachment

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Reader's comments have come via our UCG.org website, postal mail, phone calls and from our international offices. This is a sampling of the many hundreds that we receive each month, and it includes both positive and negative feedback. It shows the impact we are having on people’s lives as they study and learn the truth of the Gospel of the Kingdom.

In addition, here is a summary of how God's tithes and offerings have been used to preach the gospel over the past number of years. The cumulative effect is very encouraging to see:

37 booklet titles.
16 Beyond Today Bible study aid titles.
385,000 U.S. Beyond Today television responses.
8.34 million pieces of literature mailed out of the Milford home office mailroom since 2002.
9.5 million pieces of incoming mail processed at the home office since 1999.
3.18 million pieces of literature requested from our website at ucg.org since 1999.
8,524 current U.S. coworkers on file.
10,772 current U.S. donors on file.
United News presently going to 18,475 households (47% of which are U.S. coworkers and other non members).
Current Beyond Today magazine distribution worldwide is 313,874 per issue.
50.1 million Good News/Beyond Today magazines printed and distributed since 1997.
88.4 million unique visitors to our ucg.org website since 2006 (measured quarterly).
3,250 baptisms in the United States since 2001.
12.5 billion online advertising impressions through Google, Bing and Yahoo since 2004.

The support of God’s faithful brethren, our coworkers and our donors is very much appreciated in making this possible. May the message reach the hearts and minds of our readers and viewers, drawing them closer to a relationship with Jesus Christ and our Father in heaven.

Please find PDF attachment (located upper right) of reader and viewer feedback for April through September 2021. 

Peter Eddington, Operation Manager
Media and Communications Services