Reach the Deaf Recommended Books

One thing we love at Reach the Deaf is a good book! After over a year of recommending books, and because we have a plethora of readers who were not with us in the beginning, we thought it would be a great idea to compile a list of the books we have recommended to you since we set up our little blog in 2014!

Photo Credit: Judith P. Abrahamsen via

Photo Credit: Judith P. Abrahamsen via

Clearly, the Bible is our number one book. This post, however, is focused on the books that we have written about here at Reach the Deaf in no particular order. Without further ado, enjoy!

  1. Into the Silence – A Biblical Perspective and Plan for Reaching the Deaf Around the World by Joe F. Kotvas. This is the most comprehensive book you will find about Deaf Ministry. It is a must read for anyone interested in serving the Deaf and hard of Hearing communities!
  2. The Green Letters by Miles Stanford. This book changed my perspective about the way I view my Christian life! I even included some discipleship questions in that post to help you lead another person through that book.
  3. Deaf Bible. This resource is too huge for us not to stay silent! A great perspective from Joe!
  4. Object Lessons: 100 Lessons from Everyday Life by Charles Ryrie. A practical book about how to integrate object lessons into your teaching from the late Charles Ryrie.
  5. Communicating for a Change by Andy Stanley and Lane Jones. This is my favorite book on preaching! If you haven’t read it, you should pick up a copy.
  6. Eight Illustrated Bibles. An eight-for-one post! Some great ideas for helping people see the Bible!
  7. Talk Like TED by Carmine Gallo. This is a fantastic secular boom about public speaking. It doesn’t all carry over into preaching, but there is plenty for Christian preachers and teachers to learn from this book.
  8. Lectures to My Students by Charles Spurgeon. Have you ever wished you could learn about preaching and Ministry from Spurgeon himself? With this classic book, you can!

What books do you think we should read? Tell us in the comments!

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