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September 1994

Nimrod, Cain, and Martha

February 1995

Politics Versus The Word of God

August 1995

Roadmap to Heaven

January/February 1997

Living By Faith

March/April 1997

Cain, Balaam, and Korah

May/June 1998

Truth, Light and The Servant of God

July/August 1998

Do You Resist The Holy Spirit?

January/February 1999

Successful Christian Living

May/July 1999

Trials and Tests of Faith

Autumn 1999

Soul Winning For Jesus Christ

Spring 2000

From Egypt To The Promised Land

Autumn 2002

A Chasing Of The Wind

Autumn 2004

Contending For The Faith

Autumn 2007

Wolves In Sheep's Clothing

Winter 2010-11

Lies and Deception

Autumn 2011

Bye-Bye, Miss American Pie

Autumn 2012

The Importance of Putting Christ First

Autumn 2013

Stumbling Blocks To Faith

Winter 2014-15

Seven Mistakes Christians Make

New Year 2015

A New Year's Message

Mid-Winter 2016

Take Your Troubles To The Lord

Summer 2016

Weathering The Storm

Autumn 2016

Those Sinfully Bad Apples

Late Autumn 2016

The Trump Controversy

Winter 2016-17

Do You Think God Has Stopped Loving You?

Spring 2017

Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken

Christian Newsletters in English.

Christian Newsletters in English

Our printed newsletters were provided to prison chaplains nationwide for the inmate population. At the present time, newsletter distribution has been suspended due to poor funding. We would like you to visit our site regularly, so we will be updating this section whenever “The Good News Letter” is published.

Aside from the main article in each issue, we also include a section on the front page entitled “From Us To You.” Many inmates have informed us that “The Good News Letter” was used as a Bible study and often passed from one prisoner to another. Old issues are still available to inmates.