herbert w armstrong
“Mr. Armstrong contributed to sharing the word of the Lord with his community and with people throughout the nation. You can take pride in his legacy." Former United States President, Ronald Reagan
World Tomorrow Programs
Mr. Herbert w. armstrong
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Herbert W. Armstrong Library-Booklets, Audio, Magazines & More
Herbert Armstrong Searchable Library-Envoys, Magazines, & More
Work of Mr. HWA--many resources and links to COG sites
Herbert W. Armstrong-The World Tomorrow broadcasts, Radio broadcasts, Bible Study Course & More
Autobiography Vol 1
HWA TV-online Broadcasts
World Tomorrow Broadcasts
Herbert W. Armstrong Online Library-Audio, Booklets, Articles & More
Booklets and Books
GTA & HWA Broadcasts, Booklets, Articles & More
Gerald Waterhouse Bible Studies, Mr. HWA Audio in many formats & More
Pastor General's Reports
Hymn books, Hymns by the Chorale, Music of the Young Ambassadors & More
Magazine Article Index-Plain Truth, Good News, World Tomorrow
Home School Study Material from AC & Mr. HWA
The World Tomorrow Programs with Mr. HWA
interesting facts about the wcg
The Plain Truth--Published in seven languages with a Worldwide circulation of 8.4 million.
Good News-Circulation of 828,000. Added together, these two magazines exceeded the circulations of Time and Newsweek combined.
Booklets—More than 40 million books or booklets were distributed over the course of Mr. Armstrong’s 50-year ministry. The most-requested booklet was ‘The United States and Britain in Prophecy’, at 6 million.
In 1985 WCG answered 1.1 million telephone calls, received 6.7 million pieces of mail and added 2.1 million new names to its database.
Mystery of the Ages—Mr. HWA’s final book ‘Mystery of the Ages’ (1985) was requested more than any other. In less than four months 740,000 people requested it, making it the fastest-moving publication the work had ever produced.
The World Tomorrow—on 382 stations and 36 radio outlets around the world.
Church in 1986, 725 congregations in 57 countries with a weekly worldwide attendance of 120,000 and 1,200 ministers. Another 210,000 people contributed to the work regularly, and the church received more than $160 million annually