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  • Monday , 24 July 2017

The Braille Edition of The Upper Room: A Community of Prayer

Pam has read the braille edition of The Upper Room devotional guide for three years. When she finishes each volume, she sends it to the American Council of the Blind. But Pam does not stop there. Before shipping the volume off, she loads special paper into her manual typewriter and copies each day’s scripture verses down. Braille bibles are very large and cannot be casually carried around for quick access. In order to give blind readers the full context of the devotional, Pam diligently provides lightweight paper copies for quick access and portability. Pam’s service and love towards the American Council of the Blind continues to spread the Good News around the world, to help build a community of prayers and believers.

The braille edition of The Upper Room daily devotional guide fosters community, develops faithful relationships between God and God’s people, and gives the blind access to the same material as millions of people around the globe.

 

To give a donation to the braille edition of The Upper Room, click here.

 

 

2 Comments

  1. Valerie Van Campen
    April 22, 2017 at 12:17 am Reply

    More of a question, really. How do I obtain a copy in braille for a needy parishioner?

    • Dylan White
      May 19, 2017 at 10:14 am Reply

      Hi Valerie! You can order copies by calling our customer service department at 800-972-0433.

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