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Mother’s Day, Mary and Jesus

  Luke 1:30-31  “But the angel said to her, “Do not be afraid, Mary; you have found favor with God. You will conceive and give birth to a son, and you are to call him Jesus.”  Happy Mother's Day! This blog is for every one of us because each of us is a son… Read More »

The Victor’s Life

  “Don’t you realize that in a race everyone runs, but only one person gets the prize? So run to win! All athletes are disciplined in their training. They do it to win a prize that will fade away, but we do it for an eternal prize.” 1 Corinthians 9:24-25   I am drawn… Read More »

Looking Back on 2022!

What a year it has been. Full of challenges, but full of JOY. We have seen the Lord move in ways we could have not imagined. We have seen the gospel pierce the hearts of many Deaf people.  Take a look at what 2022 has brought! Brandon Gaskin, our Executive Director, is part of the… Read More »

Deaf Ministry 101: Understanding Deaf Terminology

Understanding "Deaf" Terminology This resource covers some important jargon that focuses on Deaf communities and the appropriate terminology used when discussing the topic of Deaf people.  “Deaf” vs. “deaf” Deaf communities are just like every other culture in that it has their own language, identity, values, etc.  When reading and writing about Deaf people,… Read More »

Dear Church

Dear Church,   Let’s have a conversation, just you and me. I have some urgent and pressing information that every church should know. If I am bold, if I am direct, if I step out on faith, will you finally listen? Boldness is what we need during this time. When the statistics still show… Read More »

What Does Black History Means To Me? A Reflection

Growing up, I thought of February as the month I had to write a school report. I always did my report on Thurgood Marshall. I can’t really recall the reason, but it might have been that he was easy to write about, or I was just plain fascinated with his story.  Today, I am… Read More »

3 Things Coronavirus Taught Me

As the novel COVID-19 spread across the globe, our homes became a refuge as we tried to stay healthy and safe. Our unprepared world was not ready for this kind of pandemic. Overnight, work and classrooms became remote. Churches became exclusively online and live-streamed. Everything changed in the blink of an eye. Our shut down… Read More »

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