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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.