Friday, March 4, 2016

UCG Spends Thousands of Dollars for an Infinitesimal Return Rate in Nashville

Those fun folk in Cincinnati are back spending more tithe money for a return that is infinitesimal.  UCG is bragging about a recent campaign in Nashville to promote it's esoteric beliefs.  Out of the 1,792,649 in the Nashville metropolitan area and 602,000 in the city itself, UCG  is ecstatic that they had 45 people attend their recent campaign.
The Personal Appearance Campaign (PAC) in Nashville, Tennessee, last week drew 45 new guests who responded to invitations to attend via ads in Beyond Today (BT) magazine, BT subscriber letters, online advertising and Pandora radio ads. These campaigns provide a compelling and powerful way to preach the gospel because they are live and in-person. We come in direct contact with the public and can interact with them. It provides a safe way for people to approach us.
People are looking for a "safe" way to get in contact with a church?  Are they scared of being seen reading cult material or what?

Yep, thats effectively putting tithe money into use for the best return.


Anonymous said...

UCG has to be the saddest COG out there. Pack and Flurry at least have some visibility. UCG in incapable of doing anything right. Ask anyone on the street who or what UCG is and they will have no idea.

Anonymous said...

“UCG Spends Thousands of Dollars for an Infinitesimal Return Rate in Nashville”

Of the 45 people who showed up, most will quickly smarten up, and stop showing up. Only the occasional weirdo who needs financial help from the UCG, or a place to spout off his or her own crazy ideas, or a place where they are safe to prey on other people, will continue to attend. The UCG would be better off if it did not attract the type of people that it does attract. The few weirdos they get will effectively block any future growth, and might send some of their current better members packing.

Byker Bob said...

This is really shocking. Non-ACOG groups with magazines and radio programs draw thousands to their personal campaigns on a regular basis. I've actually been to traffic school for speeding tickets where there were more than 45 attendees. If it were a Jazzercise class just getting started up, there would probably be more than 45. You have to ask yourself how is this even possible?


Anonymous said...

I'm not sure it's even safe to approach a COG while you're wearing a full-body condom.

Mickey said...

Can't help but think

Matthew 23:15
"Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You travel over land and sea to win a single convert, and when you have succeeded, you make them twice as much a child of hell as you are

Anonymous said...

Only 45 attending is not surprising. All their articles are sooooo flat. It must be by design, let them explain why.

Questeruk said...
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Questeruk said...

Byker Bob said...
“I've actually been to traffic school for speeding tickets where there were more than 45 attendees.”

But that is not quite the same thing is it Bob?

Maybe it's not the same in the US, but in the UK it's a choice of attending a course for a few hours, or else paying a fine, and having the speeding offence publicly on your driving record. Quite an incentive to attend the course!

As far as I am aware there is no penalty fine for not attending a UCG presentation, nor does it go on your driving record!

Anonymous said...

Re: traffic school

In the USA attending 'traffic school' is sometimes offered as an option which usually results in a person acquiring less "points" on their driving record, which in turn, can result in paying less of an increase for their automobile insurance rate.

Clearly, Jesus tells us to obey the laws of our land, but some people inspired by Satan like to believe speeding laws are in the category of "OT and done away with"

(This especially applies to those who think that the 'Three Christian Gods' are now motorsports fans...or at least that 2 of the 3 are, til they get their 'Father God' hooked on the NASCAR and Hitler's idea of highways without speed limits.)

Anonymous said...

Byker Bob at 7:11 PM said...

“I've actually been to traffic school for speeding tickets where there were more than 45 attendees.”

Speeding ticket(s). Plural. Why does that not surprise me?

I have read about shortened amber lights at stop lights, and other dirty tricks by corrupt officials, to increase traffic ticket revenue. However, in general, the traffic laws were made for the overall good of everyone, to prevent accidents that could damage, injure, and kill. Of course, someone like yourself cannot see that, or refuses to see it, and ends up in traffic school just like all the numerous other yellow-pencil, ditto-headed rebels who try to attract attention to themselves by behaving in ways that are bad for everyone. Be truly thankful if you do not end up in court for “accidentally” killing someone with your bad behavior.

Do you actually want your own children to grow up to be yellow-pencil, ditto-headed rebels who end up in jail because they just cannot obey any rules, no matter how sensible and good the rules are? God's laws are even better than man's laws, and were made for the good of everyone. You can disobey them all you want to, and pretend that you are a great sympathizer with the sinners, but do you actually want anyone to hit the lake of fire because of your bad example?

The way things are going in society now, if you want to stand out as really different, an independent thinker, and someone who wants to help save the world, try doing something right and behaving properly. Now that would be rare and unusual.

In fact, if you do that, you will soon be considered to be much worse than a mere rebel. Even the so-called rebels will not want you, will disown you, and will say that you are too reprehensible and abhorrent, and just way too weird, to be one of them. They will label you as someone who does not go to church on Sunday, is opinionated, intolerant, bigoted, and a hate-monger, at odds with 99% of society. That is probably much too difficult for you. Not having their approval that you have spent your life seeking would be quite a letdown. Somehow I suspect that you just want to do all the usual, normal, regular rebel stuff that all the other usual, regular, highly-predictable, yellow-pencil, ditto-headed rebels do.