Now, more than ever, Deaf people are relying on the latest technology to take them to an advanced network of information, providing access to communication in their communities.
Margot celebrates by reflecting on her past. Looking back allows her to reframe and move forward with things that have impacted her most as a Deaf person.
As Ira signed her story, we didn’t need an interpreter. That’s the kind of world the Deaf dream of – a world where everyone has the opportunity to understand and connect. A world without exclusion. A world with hope.
Throughout my life, my parents faithfully planted tiny seeds in my soul. As God’s Word was signed in a language that flowed from my heart, those seeds were nourished, and I understood the message for the first time!
Only portions of Scripture in Thai Sign Language are readily available to the community, which means the Deaf in Thailand are waiting to learn about the many other Biblical stories that unite a community together.
An enthusiastic Saba reported back to the team, “I may not be able to lift boxes, but I can lift my hands. I can sign!” That next week, she joined Deaf Bible Society and began the next phase of the Jesus Film Project.