Beautiful Feet

Keith Wann shares his view on why it’s essential for Deaf parents to have access to God’s Word in a language that they know best and can understand.

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Live United

Abraham realizes that every generation of Deaf people who attend his church are his family in Christ. His goal is to live united with other believers.

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What is Deaf Church Where?

Deaf Church Where is the only online tool that provides Deaf people within the U.S. a visual resource for finding and contacting local churches in their community.

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Out of Chaos Comes Cause

One day, a Deaf pastor, who also is a member of the Filipino Sign Language Bible translation team, brought Ira a DVD that had 10 Bible stories on it in her language.

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Samuel and Bridget’s Story

A Deaf marriage rooted in God’s plans and purposes. My name is Bridget, and I am 24 years old. Both my husband, Samuel, and I were born hearing. He went Deaf at the age of 4 from a malaria fever, and I lost my hearing at the age of 16. It was so difficult. My … Continued

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Meet Brenda

Being the only Deaf person in my family, I attended a Christian vocational school for the Deaf. There are very few schools for the Deaf in Uganda. The few schools we do have are primarily run by Christians.

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Meet Deborah

I want to be able to watch Scripture in my home, in my sign language. I want to teach my children more about the Bible and God’s ways, but for me to be able to train my children to have a greater interest and trust in Jesus, I need to know more about Him myself.

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Judith and Joy’s Story

My name is Judith. I am the only Deaf person in my family. Some friends had invited me to a church for Deaf people, and I’m so thankful I went.

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Meet Andrew

I first saw Scripture in Ugandan Sign Language during my third year of secondary school. I was 14 years old. It was so wonderful!

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Growth in Fruitfulness

A Deaf pastor noticed an increase in Scripture knowledge and understanding with his Deaf church members. He calls it Growth in Fruitfulness.

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Why don’t Deaf people just learn to read?

People who are able to hear begin learning how to read at a very young age. For most children, this means starting with the alphabet and attaching sounds to each letter. From there, they begin piecing together the letters to create words, then the words to form sentences. But for Deaf children, learning to read … Continued

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Fight the Good Fight

For the first time, Lola sees people taking notice of the need for God’s Word to be translated into sign language Scripture for the Deaf around the world.

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Finding Jesus in the Trinity

Derek had always thought that the Trinity stood for the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. But here, in the sign language passage, it looked as though there was another person who was called the WORD.

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The Spirit Moves Through a Visual Bible

During Brian’s presentation, he noticed two Deaf women in the front row greatly touched by God’s Word in ASL. They were saying,

“Look at the Scriptures, they’re amazing!”

“Have you ever seen anything like it?”

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