The Whole Earth Will Be Filled With His Glory!

Deaf believers will never stop meeting and talking about God’s Word in sign language in the same way that God’s Word in sign language will never fade.

William became strong and courageous

William, Strong and Courageous

William’s heart longed to see a Deaf church with Deaf believers who could fellowship, grow, and serve God wholeheartedly.

God's Word stops me in my tracks!

Stopped in His Tracks!

To know that God’s Word in sign language shows Deaf people that they are not alone, stopped me in my tracks! His Word shows love that can be seen.

Quarterly Newsletter Summer 2020 – Issue 1

Dear Friend, It is a pleasure to share this year’s first issue of our quarterly newsletter with you! In the coming months, we will share key developments in how God’s Word is impacting global Deaf communities. In each issue, we will update you with news from Deaf Bible Society, stories of joy from the field, and ways to pray alongside us as this Great Commission initiative unfolds. A lot has happened since we kicked off our new fiscal year in April.… Read More »Quarterly Newsletter Summer 2020 – Issue 1

My name is Osman, this is my story.

My Name is Osman, and This Is My Story

Osman tells his story of growing up in Ukraine, being a person of color and Deaf, and finding God despite struggling to understand the written Bible. Now, part of a translation team, Osman is on a journey to see God’s Word in his sign language!

Robert Ferguson, Part 2

In this second part series, Robert talks about his faith in God and overcoming the struggles of being Deaf and contracting COVID-19.

Robert Ferguson, Part 1

Robert Ferguson gives his testimony of what it’s like to hold onto faith while overcoming COVID-19. Don’t miss part 1 and part 2 in this series.

The Big Five with Five Ways to Praise!

Celebrating The Big Five with Five Ways to Praise!

Around the world, Deaf people celebrate the Lord in different ways! 
You can praise the Lord, too, in the language that speaks most to your heart. Psalm 150 gives us five ways to do that.

Celebrating The Big Five with Five Good Things!

One way American Deaf people show their love for something is to kiss their clenched fist. It’s called “Kissfist.” As we look back on the milestones, we can’t help but “Kissfist” five areas of growth through the Lord.

Five Accomplishments!

Celebrating The Big Five with Five Accomplishments!

Successful teams, partners, and advocates build strong relationships when trust is cultivated, patience is practiced, and empowerment is given. It is a journey that has multiple paths but is never walked alone.