Tagged: asl

Videos for Teaching ASL

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.

Sign the Bible [Resource]

Today, I want to introduce you to an exciting new ministry of Silent Word Ministries, Sign the Bible!  Whether you are leading a large Deaf Ministry, serving with a few people out in the...

Help Them Understand

Every time you preach, you have something important to convey. Not only is your lesson important, the weight of people’s eternal souls can hang in the balance. If not their souls, at the very least, there relationship with Christ can deepen because of the information YOU are sharing with them!

Are They Getting It?

Have you ever been teaching and thought, “is anybody getting it?” Perhaps you are in the middle of your lesson, teaching your best, and getting blank stares. You thought you told a funny story, but no one smiles. You think that point should get a hearty “Amen!”, but all you see are sleepy faces.

Minion Sign Language

Ten Great ASL Games You can Use in Your Deaf Ministry

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!

Preaching in ASL: Clarity

I absolutely love preaching. Although resources abound for preaching in general, there are few to help people who want to improve their preaching in ASL! I am hoping to provide some resources to that effect…

DeafBible.com

A Bible in My Language [resource]

The Word of God is the foundation for my faith, and indeed for my entire understanding of the world in which I live. It is my teacher, my friend and my guide, and it is my final authority. What a treasure to have this book translated in my heart language! Men gave their lives to give me an English translation of the Book so that I could know the truth. Deaf Bible attempts to do the same for the Deaf. Is it effective? Judge for yourself.