2011 telecast2011 – Afterlife Guarantee

– 1,858 web site registrants

RREACH started using NEEDHIM instant chat feature that allowed registrants to chat live in their own languages with a follow-up evangelist.






2010 telecast2010 – How 2 Get 2 Hell

– 621 web site registrants

Rameshrichard.com was in the top 1% of all web traffic in the first quarter of 2010.







2009 telecast2009 – Beyond Happiness

– 2,987 web site registrants

RREACH used 30-second “soul breaks” (like commercial breaks) on international television to drive people to the full message online.






2008 telecast2008 – Self Entrapment

– 2,884 web site registrants

Due to a network policy change, prime-time airing of this message was not possible—we moved to a Web-driven strategy.






2007 telecast2007 – Life After Death

 – 6,437 web site registrants

RREACH added regional online advertising through Google keyword search, Yahoo.com and Rediff.com.






2006 telecast2006 – Soul Hole

– 7,456 web site registrants

RREACH’s website had the most registrants since its inception!







2005 telecast2005 – Successful Success

– 4,441 web site registrants

RREACH started partnering with NEEDHIM for follow-up.







2004 telecast2004 – Kill Death

– 4,537 web site registrants

Due to an administrative glitch India did not see the message on January 1.

God redeemed the error by allowing it to be shown over the Easter weekend.






2003 telecast2003 – UnMasked

– 6,071 web site registrants

This message was also aired on Sunday, January 19, 2003, on FOX TV in New York City, Dallas, TX, and Washington, DC, and on Easter Sunday in Buffalo, NY, Detroit, MI,  Honolulu, HI, Seattle, WA, and Toronto, Canada.





2002 telecast2002 – Get Found

– 6,342 web site registrants

356 enrolled in an online Bible study.







2001 telecast2001 – Bridging Life’s Expectation-Reality

– 4,798 web site registrants

There were over 160,000 hits to the website within the first three days!







2000 telecast2000 – Life Foundations for the New Millennium

– 2,400 web site registrants

The first response received was from North Korea, likely the President’s interpreter.