Deaf community

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.

Jose signing ILY

Faithful Servant 

I soon realized that we had been translating for more than 20 years. The further we went through translating Scripture, the more I enjoyed it.

Words of Life

I remember life when I was young. I went to church, but the sermons were too difficult to understand. I thought it was because I wasn’t smart enough.

She is a Truth Pursuer!

Truth Pursuer

Watch Mary tell her story in American Sign Language of how she immigrated from China to America. Mary knows different languages, yet it was the American Sign Language Version Bible that spoke to her heart.

A Scripture Experience

Some say when they are on a life journey they are searching to experience something new, something spiritually engaging. They long to blaze trails and find new ways to live. However, when Scripture experience happens, it is not only to experience a life-shift, but a life-transformation.

Another Layer

Impacting Deaf communities with sign language Scripture is a vision for Deaf Bible Society. When that vision affects interpreting, it adds another layer.