Jan 1 2007
Snail mail is a relative term usually indicating the difference between the rate of time it takes for regular mail to be received compared to emails. However, we've been experiencing "snailer" mail service during the last two months of 2006 regarding our newsletter, which has frustrated many of our readers. In a number of cases their newsletter arrived three weeks later than usual.
Although we tried to compensate for the increased pressure on the U.S. Postal Service at the end of the year by moving our printing schedule ahead, it was not soon enough. So, we apologize to all those who experienced a delay.
We are working on ways to make sure that those who receive our free newsletter get their copy of The Berean Call no later than the second week of each month. Nevertheless, the surest way to get it by or even before the first of the month is to subscribe to our daily email update or check our website (www.thebereancall.org).
T. A. McMahon