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Christian Record welcomes PhoneFaith, an outreach ministry for people who are blind. Daily PhoneFaith dial-in presentations strive to inform, encourage, and inspire the mind, body, and spirit through mental health and wellness sessions, social meet-and-greet interactions, Bible games, and prayer time. 

Here are some of the resources you’ll find in Lib.Guide, a service that is provided without cost to the blind: audio players for veterans and children, Bibles, Lessons & More, full vision books for parents and children, more than 2,000 engaging and inspiring books, including the most recent releases, plus a bunch of magazines in various formats.

Become a member today and get started finding and enjoying the many resources we have for you!

Christian Record covers the cost for room and board for blind campers to enjoy a fun getaway in a beautiful summer camp setting with friends.

If you've wanted to know more about the story of Jesus and His life, then reading the Bible is a great place to start. We can get you started and guide you through with an assortment of lessons for all ages.

The Anne Lowe Scholarship is awarded to undergraduate college students who meet certain criteria. The application process begins in early winter and the winners are generally announced by summer.

These cute cuddly Zoo Buds (see picture above) are each equipped with a solar-powered audio player, which is loaded with fun stories and songs for children ages 3 to 9. Each animal has a different set of stories and songs. If you have a blind child in your family or know of one who would enjoy cuddling up with their own Zoo Bud, please email or call 402.488.0981, option 3.

This is a page set aside specifically for veterans. Here we curated resources that have a more mature sensibility, yet they are stories that encourage and inspire. It's our way of saying "thank you" for your service.

Have a question or need to speak with someone? This link is for you!

According to the Social Security Administration in the United States, "Statutory blindness is defined in the law as central visual acuity of 20/200 or less in the better eye with the use of correcting lens. An eye which has a limitation in the field of vision so that the widest diameter of the visual field subtends an angle no greater than 20 degrees is considered to have a central visual acuity of 20/200 or less."

Additionally, Kenneth Jernigan, a former president of the National Federation of the Blind, wrote a wonderful article for the Future Reflections magazine in 2005, titled "A Definition of Blindness" [click on the BIG BLUE HEADING above to read the article].