CROSSVILLE, Tenn. (BNc) — Missionary Jim Waldron has printed 10,000 New Testaments for free distribution as an evangelistic tool.

Ten thousand copies of the New Testament in the New King James Version have been printed in South India at a cost of only sixty cents each, he wrote in his Bulletin Briefs in Sept.

In spite of the low price, the little Testament (3.9″ x 5.4″) is well made, being stitched at the spine with perfect binding. It is in clear type on good quality paper.

“At times I have priced similar sized New Testaments in bookstores and found them selling for about $6.00,” he said.

The primary aim in India is to distribute them to English medium schools.

“But we would like to ship them to any English-speaking country to use for evangelism and distribution in prisons,” Waldron wrote.

In India the copies are free, but churches that want to use them in their own countries are asked to pay the printing cost plus shipping.

The shipping even in large quantities is another 60 cents, so they can be shipped to the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Nigeria, etc. for $1.20 each.

A sample copy may be requested without charge.

Multiple copies, at $1.20 each, may be ordered from:

1824 Roane State Hwy — Box 171
Harriman, TN 37748