CARE Ministries Provides the Following Services
CARE Ministries, Inc., is a non-profit organization. All of our services and resources are free to those who are blind or visually impaired. We run and operate on donations only, and we are very thankful to all those who donate and help us continue to show Christ's love through this ministry.
CARE Ministries offers two-types of monthly publications. The first is the Evangelical Sunday School Teacher's Commentary which is used by a number of Evangelical Churches, and goes through the entire Bible by topic in a seven year cycle. The second is the Our Daily Bread monthly devotional produced by Radio Bible Class. These are both narrated by Kay Verrall and are available on cassette and digital cartridge. Interested persons can call the CARE Ministries Office to sign up (662-323-4999)
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CARE Ministries has some limited international services which are primarily limited to collecting and distributing used eye-glasses. CARE Ministries encourages local churches to collect eye-glasses and send to CARE Ministries where they will be distributed to needy persons through missions programs in India, Nigeria, Malawi, and Bangladesh.
CONSULTATION TO CHURCHES
CARE Ministries provides consultations and materials assistance to churches who serve persons who are blind or visually impaired. This includes materials for Ushers and Greeters and Sunday School Teachers.
Audible Publications and Books
The CARE Ministries Audio Library specializes in disciple-building materials. Audio books include Bible Studies, Christian Living Books, Devotional Books, and Stories of Great Christians. Other short topical publications include the Discovery Series, Time Square Pulpit Series, and some teaching presentations.
More information about our Audible Books can be accessed by clicking here.
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Although CARE Ministries does not produce Bibles, the staff will assist persons in getting Bibles in various translations in an accessible media including large print, audio, and braille. This is done in cooperation with a number of other ministries serving persons who are blind or severely visually impaired.
SERVICES TO PERSONS
WHO ARE DEAFBLIND
Good Cheer Magazine is a publication that is operated and edited by persons who are deafblind and has been in publication since the3. It is separately funded and operates through the Good Cheer Editorial Board. Until recently Good Cheer was fully funded by the Irving and Sara Selis Foundation, but as that foundation has retired, and publication is only available by email. The Editor Rita Kersh handles all new referrals and can be contacted at email@example.com. The magazine is quarterly and as mentioned is currently available by email only. As funds become available, it will also be available in large print and braille.