Sometimes it’s difficult to find the perfect video to teach an ASL class! I am certain every teacher has their favorite videos they like to use, but I wanted to share a few of my favorites to teach ASL.
Preaching is one of the most important things that happens on Sunday in our Churches. Therefore, it behoves us to not only strive to do it well, but to truly preach with excellence. One of the most sure fire ways to do this is to learn from people who are master preachers. One of those is the renown Charles Spurgeon.
One of the recurring discouragements in deaf ministry is that there’s very little growth potential. You’ve probably heard the challenge given at missions conferences, going something like this: If just one person was to...
Believe it or not, 2016 is ending!
Preaching Sticky Sermons is a collection of practical ideas for preachers and teachers.
There is no denying that the early church was an evangelistic force that turned the entire World upside down. I have wondered before, who was in the early church? How did they do it? Why did they do it? Evangelism in the Early Church, by Michael Green,answers those questions and more.
By now, you know us pretty well, but who are you?
At Reach the Deaf, a couple of the key things we aim to do is equip Deaf Ministry leaders as well as engage them. We want to engage them (and you) not only with our site, but with one another. Today, we are introducing you to a new resource we put together, our own directory of resources, camps, ministries and more geared towards Deaf Ministry leaders!
“If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupery
We need tools to explain the Gospel to a variety of people from different backgrounds, educations, and life experiences. Moreover, we need the proper tools to do so. There is no one answer for every situation, but I want to introduce you to a new tool I found: The Three Circles.
“The number one thing that my church needs is a healthy me. And if they don’t have a healthy me then I’m not able to provide the leadership that I need to provide.” Sean Seay