To Share Your Faith in Jesus with others
To Share Your Faith in Jesus with others:
Bibles for the Blind and Visually Handicapped International currently
has the following titles available in braille:
The Gift by Rev. Paul J. Levin—Describes the gift of salvation
that is free to every man woman or child, a gift given freely through the Lord
Jesus Christ; but in order for the giving process to be complete Christ’s gift
must be accepted by you.
God Bless America by Suzie M. Reedy—God's message to America written right after September 11, 2001
God’s Good News You Can Go to Heaven by Tom and Peachy Fry— Originally
used in a nursing home ministry this is a simple presentation of God’s good
news—the gospel straight from the Scriptures (Also available in Large
Hello, I’m Keith Reedy-The personal testimony of Keith Reedy, director
of Bibles for the Blind and Visually Handicapped International. (The print
version of this tract is also available.)
I Have Plenty of Time by Rev. Paul J. Levin- The story of Mary, a 19-year
old girl who thought she had plenty of time to make peace with God, or did she?
A Rabbi’s Testimony-Rabbi Max Wertheimer’s account of his journey to
peace with God.
Riding the Religious Merry-Go-Round by Paul J. Levin--Merry-go-rounds
are fun to ride, but they don't take you anywhere. Many people are attempting
to reach heaven by merry-go-rounds, but it is futile. This tract shows us the
real way to heaven.
Two Kinds of Death by Rev. Paul J. Levin-In this publication, Rev. Levin,
explains the difference between the two kinds of death; physical and spiritual
in terms that laymen can understand.
What about Eternal Life by Rev. Paul J. Levin-Rev. Levin explains the
difference between "religion" and a personal relationship with God.
What God Wants You to Know by Rev. Paul Levin -A very simple to understand
publication explaining: Who is God? What Happens When You Die?, and how Jesus
can change your life and assure you a place in Heaven.
Where Are You Going to Spend Eternity? from Fellowship Tract League-A
common sense approach to help someone see their need for Christ.
A Would-Be Suicide by Rev. Paul J. Levin-The story of Luther Cook,
a symphony percussionist who, although he had a degree of fame and fortune,
wound up as a lonely alcoholic contemplating suicide, until he met Someone who
could completely change his life and turn him into a "new creature"
A Would-Be Suicide is also available in Russian braille
For Salvation Tracts in Braille contact:
Bibles for the Blind and
Visually Handicapped International
3228 E. Rosehill Avenue
Terre Haute, Indiana 47805-1297
Phone: (812) 466-4899
Click here to contact us by email.
(Braille tracts are free as the Lord provides.)
For print copies of the tracts by Rev. Levin contact:
Bible Tracts, Inc.
P. O. Box 588
Normal, Illinois 61761-0588
(Bible Tracts, Inc. has hundreds of other print tracts available in addition
to the ones listed--They are all free as the Lord provides.)
For print copies of Where Are You Going to Spend Eternity?, and the many other
titles available in print from Fellowship Tract League contact:
Fellowship Tract League
P. O. Box 164
Lebanon, Ohio 45036
Phone: (513) 494-1075
For Print Copies
of A Rabbi’s Testimony contact:
World Messianic Fellowships, Inc.
57 Edmund St. P. O. Box 449
Lynbrook, NY 11563
Wordless Book Bracelet
Wordless Book Bracelet--a fashion bracelet that depicts the Gospel story using colors. The Wordless Book was originally developed by Charles Haddon Spurgeon to share the good news with children, but it's a conversation starter for people of any age. The bracelet is tactile. The beads for each part of the story are a different shape so that the bracelets can be used by those who are blind or low vision. Also available as a key chain.
Each bracelet (and key chain) are handmade by Suzie Reedy and comes with complete directions for using The Wordless Book to share the Gospel.
Wordless Book Bracelet
$7.99 + $2.50 shipping and handling
Wordless Book Keychain
$4.99 + $2.50 shipping and handling