Every month, nearly 40 million copies of The Watchtower are printed in more than 180 languages and sent to 236 countries. There are no subscriptions and you won’t find it on newsstands, but it’s still hard to miss. Thanks to the efforts of Witnesses like the Tavolaccis, The Watchtower is the most widely distributed magazine in the world, with a circulation of more than 25 million. Last year, the world’s 7.3 million-strong Jehovah’s Witnesses spent 1.5 billion hours knocking on doors and “street Witnessing” — stopping folks in parks and on streets — to preach the “good news” with a copy of The Watchtower. Its closest competitors are AARP The Magazine (circulation 24.3 million) and Better Homes and Gardens (7.6 million).
Complete Article: The New York Review of Magazines
NICE!thanks for sharing brother!
Isn’t it great to know that we can have a share in this wonderful work
Yes indeed! And I tell you, the recent changes to the format of the magazines has been absolutely fantastic. They are more enjoyable to read than ever before.
Had a great morning out witnessing yesterday. Caught up with a lot of my RV’s that I hadn’t found home in a while & one brother had a stunning experience that I may blog about later.
Here is another story on the same subject….