Africa is the world’s second-largest and second-most populous continent with 1.3 billion people.

Taste of His Love!

A translation team member said, “…is it not time for the Deaf?” A Deaf Tanzanian man received access to the Gospel through his heart language. Here is his story.

Love Wins in Rwanda

Verera is the only Deaf person in her village. Without education, and a complete sign language, she faces isolation within her community.

Ojok Charles and The Long Wait

The Long Wait

One day, I asked my uncle, “who made the trees? Who made the sky?” He gave me a book with a picture of a smiling man. When I asked him who it was, he replied, “Jesus, Jesus.” He pointed to the sky and tried to tell me that this man made everything.

Their Faithful Fruit

Patience is believing God to keep His promises in His perfect timing. See how Joseph and his translation team prayed and waited on the Lord for 15 years to visit the promised land.

My name is Bridget. God gives us hope and a future for our lives.

Plans for Hope and a Future

At first, when I lost my hearing, I thought God was punishing me. Matthew 7:7 came to mind, so I kept asking the Lord, “Why? Why me, Lord?

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.

Meet Brenda

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.

Trusting God and Remaining Faithful

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