Preaching is clearly a major part of what goes on in churches all across the world. Preaching visually is one of best things we can do to make our teachings and messages clear to the Deaf people in our churches. The Deaf rely much more on their eyes than an audience of hearing people and our preaching and teaching should reflect that reality.
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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.
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.
As a young preacher to the Deaf, constructive feedback is always a plus. Not long ago, my father, veteran missionary to the deaf Joe Kotvas, approached me with a suggestion.
One challenge for deaf ministry leaders everywhere is to help the Deaf understand God’s Word for themselves. Illustrated Bibles bring the Bible to life before the reader’s eyes, making the text accessible to a much wider audience.
Do you remember Chick Tracts? Most of us do. Those cartoon-style Gospel tracts that did a very good job at visually and clearly conveying God’s truth. Today, I want to draw your attention to a video produced by the same people that can be a powerful witnessing tool for your Deaf Ministry.
I love object lessons! They are one of my favorite ways to teach. However, I often find myself struggling to come up with some good ideas! That is why I want to introduce you to this wonderful little book called…
Have you ever wished you could type out ASL fingerspelling letters as easily as regular letters? I’ve scoured the interwebs to five five great fonts that will allow you to do exactly that. These fingerspelling fonts will instantly give any publication a special, Deaf-themed flair.