Aurora Ministries is now permanently closed.
Thank you to everyone who partnered with our Bible ministry over the past 40 years.

To purchase handheld, accessible Audio Bible players or J Vernon McGee Bible Bus players visit MegaVoice at
or call 800-219-1758.

Blind and print-handicapped users may send proof of disability to to receive a discount code for any Envoy S ($19.95/off) or Pathway ($10/off) Audio Bible player.

To request Bibles on NLS Talking Book cartridges
visit Braille Bibles at
or call (800) 522-4253
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If you have any issues or questions,
contact Allen Decker at
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The Obi audio book creator and the MegaVoice Connect audio book player.

Making and listening to audio books has never been easier!

Obi is an open-source audio book production tool which produces digital talking books (DTBs). The Obi Project was created to empower individuals and organizations around the globe to create feature-rich content in diverse languages while overcoming both cost constraints and accessibility challenges.

In March of 2020, Obi 4.5 released the option to export your project to the MegaVoice Connect (in addition to the existing Daisy 2.02 and Daisy 3 export options). This export feature in Obi now gives organizations and individuals the ability to easily create accessible books and magazines for use on the low-cost MegaVoice Connect audio book player.

The most affordable way to create and listen to accessible audio books!

envoy connect audio book reader, blue in color with black tactile keypad with easy navigation buttons.

MegaVoice, together with Vision Australia, designed the Envoy Connect to make reading more accessible for everyone. This is the world’s first accessible, solar-powered, compact, portable, durable, yet economical audio player.

For more information on the MegaVoice Connect audio book player, visit MegaVoice or call 1-800-219-1758. To find information, user guides, and download links to the latest version of Obi, visit The Daisy Consortium.