Thousands of New Subscribers for “Unlimited” Reading Plans

Sep 26, 2017 860

Hundreds of New Subscribers for “Unlimited” Reading Plans

People all over the world have completed the Unlimited reading plans.

Good News Unlimited’s “Unlimited” reading plans on YouVersion are rapidly spreading the Gospel, with over 500 new subscribers per day.

GNU partnered with the YouVersion (bible.com) Bible reading platform this year, with reading plans designed to reach people, teach the Gospel, and encourage and inspire believers in their faith.

The first reading plan was made available January this year and since then the reach of GNU’s reading plans have expanded rapidly, and at present 16, 267 reading plans have been completed. GNU is now averaging 527 new subscribers per day.

 

Thousands of people are growing in their faith and understanding of the Gospel

 

So far there are four reading plans available, all fourteen days long, each adapting content from and corresponding to the Unlimited devotional books. The most popular has been Unlimited Love, followed by Unlimited Faith.

These reading plans are not only popular with English speaking audiences. Two reading plans have been translated into Russian and 3,500 people in Russia and Ukraine have subscribed.

GNU doesn’t know who the subscribers are or anything about them. All we know is that thousands of people are growing in their faith and understanding of the Gospel through reading the Word.

Eliezer Gonzalez, CEO of Good News Unlimited, is excited by the success of the reading plans:

For GNU it was the Lord’s leading that resulted in our being accepted by YouVersion as partners in sharing the Word. We knew that YouVersion was the world’s most popular Bible reading app, with almost 280 million installs on smart phones and tablets, but we had no idea that GNU’s reading plans would be so massive.

As the Lord makes it possible, my vision is to be able to have these reading plans translated into more and more languages, and making them accessible in those languages that represent parts of the world which are closed to the Gospel through traditional means. 

– Ella Rodionoff

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