Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Sending Christmas cards this year? Don’t forget your persecuted family!
Write letters individually or with your family. Consider organizing a letter writing event with your small group, Bible study, or Sunday school!
You can include bookmarks, photographs, or children’s drawings with your cards. Be creative!
For international mailing, Canada Post advises that cards be mailed between November 22 and 29. Of course, if you letter arrives after Christmas it will still be welcomed and appreciated.
Get started today. For detailed instructions on how to write a letter to a prisoner, and for our full list of prisoner addresses, please visit our website. You can also compose letters in a prisoner’s own language here.