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A Guide to Deaf Ministry: Let's Sign Worthy of the Lord

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"What must be seen to be fully appreciated is (sign's) singular appropriateness for religious worship . . . . It is perhaps in the church service that the beauty of sign becomes most evident. Some churches have sign choirs. Watching the robed members sign in unison can be an awe-inspiring experience." (Jerome D. Schein, Speaking the Language of Sign). DeAnn Sampley's book ...more
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Published June 5th 1990 by Zondervan
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Bekah
Nov 10, 2008 rated it it was ok
This book was a great informational piece about how we ought NOT approach Deaf ministries. At the same time, she did focus on the importance of good, qualified interpreters, and on having Deaf people in leadership. Too bad she assumes they can only lead if good-hearted hearing people teach them how.
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