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The Source for Good Things

Lib.Guide is an online library resource available to our members at all times of the day and night, for free.

Through this resource, members can download books and magazines and request other resources in a number of formats: refreshable or printed braille, large print text for eReader or paper, and audio files for use on Daisy or streaming over a computer or device.

The library has more than 2,000 titles of inspiring and empowering books, many are Christian-based, and so members never need to worry about whether the content will be appropriate for others in the house that may also have access to the material.

Everything is provided for free to our members through this system. The one-time, first-time registration requires the individual to complete a short application and include verification of blindness (read below for a definition). After that, the member can login at at anytime to request a free Bible, lessons, the latest book (we get the most current books like "If Only I Can Imagine" when that was released), or any one of several magazines that are produced by Christian Record Services, Inc.

So, if you haven't already, take a moment and complete the application to become a member, do so today! That's Lib.Guide

Audio Players for Veterans and Children

Christian Record is also able to provide audio players to qualified individuals, veterans and children. These also can be requested through Lib.Guide

The first is an audio player, a gift for our veterans, called inSight4Vets that recharges by the sun or a USB cable. It comes preloaded with inspirational stories of courage and hope and can be used to add more titles to in the future.

  • Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand
  • Hope Unseen: The Story of the U.S. Army’s First Blind Active-Duty Officer by Scotty Smiley and Doug Crandall
  • The Centurion by Dick Stenbakken
  • The Blessing of Adversity: Finding Your God-given Purpose in Life’s Troubles by Barry C. Black
  • The Book of Job: When Bad Things Happened to a Good Person by Harold S. Kushner
  • Sitting At the Feet of Jesus by Ken McFarland
  • Take the Risk: Learning to Identify, Choose, and Live with Acceptable Risk by Ben Carson M.D. and Gregg Lewis
  • The Four Gospels
  • Psalms and Proverbs

The other audio player is geared for children and is called Wildlife Storytellers. You can choose from three soft plush animals. Inside of the plush toy is an audio player. Your child and family can enjoy music, Bible stories, and children stories of all kinds. The player and stories are intended for children ages three through nine years of age.

Full Vision Books for Parents and Children

Full Vision books are children's stories that contain pictures, text, braille, and audio for a complete immersive experience for both parents and children to enjoy together.

Christian Record selected a set of 12 books by Linda Porter Carlyle that she wrote specifically for children five to eight years old to be published as Full Vision books that you and your family can enjoy. The stories teach in fun and engaging ways about forgiveness, obedience, helping others, and making good choices -all from a Christian perspective

Four of the 12 books are now available in Lib.Guide, they are:

  • God and Joseph and Me
  • Rescued from the River
  • Grandma Stepped on Fred
  • Max Moves In
WHAT IS THE CLASSIFICATION OF "LEGALLY BLIND"? According to the American Foundation for the Blind, "Legal blindness is a level of vision loss that has been legally defined to determine eligibility for benefits. The clinical diagnosis refers to a central visual acuity of 20/200 or less in the better eye with the best possible correction, and/or a visual field of 20 degrees or less. Often, people who are diagnosed with legal blindness still have some useable vision."
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