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    After  60 years of printing The Voice in the Wilderness readers continue to send notes of appreciation for this ministry.
    There are few today that continue to take the Biblical stand that has glorified God, saved souls, built churches, and blessed a people with such a precious heritage. Many such publications are full of advertisements and charge a regular subscription fee. The Voice in the Wilderness is a free subscription. Yet, thousands across America and around the world look forward to a visit from this fundamental Voice. But in this day of Internet, email, blogs and high tech, why continue to write, print and mail The Voice in the Wilderness?
    Obviously, in the world of printing, similar thought has been critically examined from a money and marketing standpoint. Books, magazines, newspapers, and newsletters continue to fly off the presses around the world. I am persuaded there is even a greater urgency and need to print The Voice in the Wilderness. In lieu of the modern world, here is why we continue to print The Voice in the Wilderness:
•    It is virus free – There are issues with email, Internet and online communication. There is nothing like your own copy, in-your-hand, before-your-eyes, marked and highlighted.
•    It is rare – We know this, and readers also tell us so. Rarity exists in the fundamental, KJB stand. Specifics are not avoided in a politically correct, ear-ticklin’ age.
•    It can be read at leisure – You can take it with you anywhere. The Voice in the Wilderness is a handy-dandy, ready-to-go friend.
•    You can have your own private copy and even pass it along to another reader.
•    A gregarious partnership and heritage.
•    It cannot be erased – oops! You have a copy; thousands have copies, and The Voice office keep file copies. No computer crash can destroy this written paper.
•    There is joy of anticipation. What a blessing to go to the mailbox, read and reread The Voice in the Wilderness.
•    It is more than a publication – The Voice in the Wilderness is a printed missionary, an evangelist, a missionary support base, APM, CrossVue and much, much, more.
•    The Voice in the Wilderness levels the playing field – Rich, poor, young, old, overseas, ministerial and laymen have the same access to this publication. Anyone willing to invest time to read can utilize The Voice in the Wilderness.

      I’m sure you will agree with us that we should indeed continue printing The Voice in the Wilderness. Please partner with us in prayer and support. The printing of The Voice in the Wilderness, along with the mailing to our complete domestic and overseas mail list, requires of The Voice considerable expense per year. Recently we adjusted the printing of The Voice in the Wilderness to a quarterly schedule and added additional condensed communications sent daily from our office to be better stewards of finances. That is a heavy load at times.
It is our prayer in these perilous times that The Voice in the Wilderness can do more not less. We have been given a rich heritage. 
    Thank you for helping The Voice in the Wilderness, Inc. pass the blessing on to others as well as the next generation. Until He calls, may we be faithful. Amen!