Thursday 31 March – Prison ministries

Today i meet again a retired prison chaplain from Liverpool and tomorrow travel again to Runcorn to meet Kainos ( .

2 days ago i read the following on line from BBC news :

Under the heading ‘Can writing stop prisoners reoffending?’

‘An organisation that sends writers into prison to work with offenders is among […]

3 areas of the Congo

The Democratic Republic of the Congo is one of Africa’s largest countries and we now have 3 good sources of easy and veryeasy languages there :

Lubumbashi in the South East – easyFrench (Luke printed and soon, Mark) and veryeasyFrench; team led by an Africa Inland Church Bishop; then they move onto Lingala. Near Kinshasa […]

Zhoukou and Nanjing

Zhoukou is a city of 11 million people and 1 million beleivers about 500 miles west of Shanghai; Nanjing (the old capital Nanking) is about half way along the journey. In Nanjing about 300,000 people were brutally murdered in the late 1930s by Japanese soldiers. The people of Nanjing (today about 6 million) still find […]

Field-testing in China; HIV/AIDS orphans

One of the delightful developments recently in China is the way organised field-testing has started.

4 men are leading this important work in Zhoukou – working with some of the many elderly people helped by Mr Ma’s church until the college holidays when they will meet learning disabled friends in their home villages.

In the […]

Saturday 26th – Rainbow teams for China

Please refer to the previous blog item to understand my use of the word ‘Rainbow’.

RED and ORANGE – We already have 2 examples with Royal easyBibles from the UK, but Mr Ma was VERY IMPRESSED WITH THIS WORK and also with my friend ALAN THOMPSON’S paintings. Unfortunately Alan’s paintings were too large for my […]

Friday 25th – Rainbows and Prophets

I’ve used the 7 colours of the Rainbow to show the 7 different reading levels that we currently use for easyBibles :

RED – really needs artists and cartoonists, including computer cartoonists. to produce pictures for people who cannot read at all. This was the purpose of stained glass windows.

The first examples are on […]