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From: Nadine Friedrichs <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Oct 30, 2006 6:58 PM
Subject: Recycling bibles
Good News We are back in the mission project of Recycling the Gospel only on a smaller scale – just bibles!
Orphan Grain Train has informed us that they need 5000 bibles to ship to India. Fantastic!!!! Get out the bibles you are not using, check your church for unused bibles, buy a bible or two (or a case) of new bibles as your families special India mission project, ask your organizations if they would purchase new bibles (and have them sent direct to Charter Oak).
NIV seems to be the preferred version if ordering new, but we will accept all versions – King James, Living Bible, God's Word, Beck, Revised, whatever, and all sizes– but must be in good usable condition with cover & pages intact.
We will sort and pack the bibles in St. John's Educational Building basement here in Charter Oak and get them to OGT. Many of our faithful recyclers have been asking what they can send and our faithful workers miss the fellowship of packing day so this is exciting news! Ever since the last ship container left for Nigeria we have been praying that God would show us what the next project should be – and here it is!!! (The 7 containers sent to Nigeria contained a total of 95 tons of religious materials with a bible count of 24,800) It is amazing that when one door closes another opens – we just must be watchful that we see the open door.
Remember we can only use bibles – no other religious materials. Thanks!
Don & Nadine Friedrichs
Bring or send bibles to –
The Friedrichs Family
865 First St. Box 34
Charter Oak, IA 51439-0034
"The gospel is meant to comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable." ~Garrison Keillor