CLI Publishes a Quarterly Newsletter for Our Partners
See the latest newsletter CLI Nlet Summer 2018.
Want to keep up with all the blessings at CLI? Read inmate testimonies? Chaplain comments? CLI publishes a quarterly newsletter that we mail and email to all our chaplains and partners. It is also posted here on our website. If you are not currently on our mailing list and would like to receive it, please contact us to sign up.
CLI publishes several videos which tell about the ministry.
CLI Publishes God’s Word
CLI has been blessed to publish three vehicles to take God’s holy Word into the prisons.
1. A Large Print Bible for Prison Inmates
2. A Tract Especially Designed for Prison Inmates
3. A Quarterly Newsletter for Our Partners
See the 2016 Annual Report
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CLI Publishes Our Own Large Print Bible
We are very excited to publish our own Bible and not just any Bible. The CLI Bible is soft cover and large print. This means every prison and jail will accept it. Only 40% of the prisons we serve can use hard cover books.
Large print has been requested by hundreds of chaplains. Many times glasses are misplaced or stolen in the prisons, plus drug use compromises vision, even in young people.
Our own, NIV Bible, has been a dream for several years. Now, due to the generosity of our donors, we were able to purchase 5,000 Bibles and have our own cover designed. We think you’ll agree, this will be a great blessing to the prisoners we serve!
CLI Publishes a Tract Especially Designed for Prison Inmates
The Path to God
We are very excited to publish our own CLI tract. Last August we received a donation to design and print them in full color. We purchased 20,000 in English and 20,000 in Spanish!
Every box of Christian books and Bibles we ship includes two packets of these tracts! The fill-in form is producing hundreds of decisions for Christ every month!
We praise God for His constant provision for those in prison!
To see the CLI tract in detail – Click Here.
How do you measure the effectiveness of the CLI tract?
We ask prison inmates to tear off the fill-in form and mail it to us. Here’s the result!