If you are not familiar with Periscope, you need to try it! This app has the potential to become a game changer for us in Deaf Ministry.
Have you ever wondered why you never see someone fishing in a desert? Of course not! No one in their right mind would fish in a desert! If you want to catch fish, you have to go to the water. In much the same way, if we are going to reach people, we need to go where they are. Today, people in the developed world are on social media, but which one?
Here are some great ideas for ASL games. Most of these activities are enjoyed by deaf and hearing alike. These can be icebreakers in sign language classes, youth meetings, parties and informal fellowships. Have fun!
Have you ever gotten a sharp email from a business or church and thought how much you would love a professional looking email newsletter for your Deaf Ministry? The good news is that you can! The better news? It’s free!
A good video English/ASL dictionary is indispensable for any deaf ministry leader. Here is a list of ten resources you can use in your lesson preparation, teaching, and personal development.
Planning an activity is a lot of work! You have to buy the materials, recruit the volunteers, make the fliers, put the word out, and figure out what you are going to do! I always seem to get stuck on that last part…
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.
I am a huge fan of object lessons. I try to work them into my sermons whenever and however I can. For me, however, the hardest part of using an object lesson is coming up with an object lesson. With that being said, let me introduce you to…
Have you ever seen an advertisement or a flyer for something that was top notch? Something that caught your eye and made you want to, at the very least, read the rest of the flyer? Have you ever wanted that for your Deaf Ministry?
Think back to last Sunday morning. You are in church and most likely preaching to, or teaching, a group of individuals God’s Word. You spent all week praying and preparing. You have studied the passage, you have internalized the passage, and now you are preaching yourself empty. Next week, you do the same thing…