Yes, you can invite them to signup, Go here to find out how to do this.
The Word for Today and Vision180 magazine are both available for free — but that doesn't mean they cost nothing. We believe it is important that anyone, anywhere in Australia, can receive a free copy of The Word for Today or Vision180 magazine by simply asking. We can only do this because of the generosity of you and our other readers. A donation isn't 'required' but your gift today means others can be blessed with their own copy. It is important that we are good stewards of this important resource and that's why we invite everyone who enjoys the devotional to make a donation to our ministry. Both daily devotional books are printed and distributed by Vision Christian Media and all gifts* are tax deductible.
* Refers to all gifts over $2 made by Australian tax payers.
That's a definite ‘maybe’. Our ministry is for people living in Australia, but The Word for Today is also available in other countries around the world. Check out this page for a list of the countries where it’s available and their contact details.
The easier option, though, is that your friend could request it to be emailed to them every morning.
If you’re having trouble unsubscribing to The Word for Today daily emails, it's best to check the email you’ve subscribed to is the same one you’re sending your unsubscribe from. The easiest way to do this is have a look at the bottom of your email, which will show your subscribing address.
If you’re still having trouble, one of our team would be happy to assist you further. Just forward your daily email to the email address listed on our contact page here or, if you’re in Australia, call our office on the number here.
Occasionally (though, thankfully, not too often) mail goes missing on its way to you. Sometimes mail can also be delayed with Australia Post and the couriers we use.
First step is to make sure you haven’t moved and not told us! Then contact us via one of the methods here.
Yes! It's called Vision180 Magazine and you can get it here. Most of our readers are between the ages of 16 to 25, but we do have many who enjoy it who are as young as 11 or 12.
No, we don't have a special edition of The Word for Today for younger children. However, if they’re in their early teens or older, perhaps they would like a copy of our Vision 180 magazine. Find out more here.
No, we don't have a large print version available. To overcome this, some of our readers who have computers receive their devotional by email where they can enlarge their font. We also have available on our website the audio version of each day’s reading.
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