Blind served through new collaboration

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Braille version of this quarter's Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide.

Christian Services for the Blind and Hearing Impaired (CSFBHI) has entered a partnership that will provide new audio book titles and Braille resources to its members.

The ministry signed a collaboration agreement with Christian Record Services for the Blind and the General Conference’s Special Needs Ministries, based in the United States. CSFBHI members—along with anyone who is legally blind—will have access to most of Christian Record’s online audio library that includes audio streaming, as well as large-print electronic content and the Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide in Unified English Braille and in Spanish on MP3.

“We are delighted to collaborate with CSFBHI, to share the Blessed Hope with all who are blind or unable to read without assistance in the South Pacific region,” said Diane Thurber, president of Christian Record Services.

To access Christian Record content, it will be necessary to register, either via the Christian Record website or by contacting CSFBHI in Sydney.