And I have been a constant example of how you can help those in need by working hard. You should remember the words of the Lord Jesus: ‘”It is more blessed to give than to receive’” (Acts 20:35, NLT).
The Apostle Paul spoke these words to the leaders of the Church at Ephesus where he served as a volunteer at his own expense. The sixty-year success of the CftB is directly related to volunteers who, like the Apostle, serve at their own expense.
As accessibility increasingly requires more digital formats, the need for volunteers willing to convert PDF files to text files such as Word or Notepad continues to grow. Some text can be directly converted through a free program such as Adobe Reader. Most also contain text that has to be typed from pictures. Some have a firm deadline.
Those interested are invited to contact the CftB for more information at email@example.com or 417.831.1964.
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Paul and Caryl made their regular weekly visit with Guy in a nursing home. Visits include listening to the NLT Bible on a Library of Congress for the Blind player. After listening to scripture for about 20 minutes, Guy turned to Paul pointing at the Digital player and said, "I really get something out of that!"
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A Word From His Word
I will lead blind Israel down a new path, guiding them along an unfamiliar way. I will brighten the darkness before them and smooth out the road ahead of them. Yes, I will indeed do these things; I will not forsake them. [Isaiah 42:16] [NLT]
"Making the Cross Accessible"
This slogan reflects our firm belief that blindness and visual impairment should not hinder a person's relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. Our primary objective is to see the Blind and Visually Impaired come to know Christ and grow in His knowledge and grace. We are a General Council of the Assemblies of God US Missions ministry. Please give us the honor of serving you or someone you know. Comments and suggestions are always welcome.