You can choose from various encouraging biblical phrases, which will automatically be translated, generating a finished letter. Please follow the instructions about not mentioning Voice of the Martyrs or Prisoner Alert directly in your letter, even cutting off any mention or website name that may appear at the top or bottom of the page when printed. Take a few minutes to print out the letter, sign it, address it as directed and drop it in your mailbox. The postage for a letter to Kazakhstan is only about $1.20. (To send letters like this I recommend you purchase Global Forever stamps from the post office.)
From Voice of the Martyr's, here's some background on this brother's plight:
"Kazakhstan’s secret police arrested Yklas Kabduakasov, a 54-year-old new believer from Kazakhstan, on Aug. 14, 2015. Kabduakasov fearlessly shared the gospel with his family and friends after his conversion from Islam.
He was arrested after secret police searched his home and confiscated Christian books. The church where Kabduakasov worships was searched the same day. On Aug. 15, a court in the capital city of Astana ordered him to be held for two months in pre-trial detention for spreading “religious discord.” Kabduakasov now faces a criminal case with a possible 5-10 year prison sentence.
Christians in Kazakhstan believe that Kabduakasov was targeted for his conversion from Islam to Christianity and for sharing the gospel with other Muslims. They believe that the secret police are using these intimidation tactics because they want to make Kabduakasov an example and send a message to all Kazakhs that they will face a similar fate if they convert to Christianity. "