Let’s share God’s love in every sign language
Sign language Bible videos give Deaf people a personal way to connect with God.
See how in our 6-step discovery series.
Every Deaf person should have a video Bible to call their own
As many as 80 percent of Deaf children in some countries never receive access to formal education. For those who can read, written language is a second language that requires extra effort.
There are more than 350 unique sign languages. Each has its own structure and idioms that go beyond words.
Only American Sign Language has a complete Bible. Other sign languages have portions of Scripture, and we’re working on translation every day.
For 70 million people worldwide, sign language is the first or only language they know and use daily. It’s what we call a heart language that connects deeply to a person’s identity.
Around the globe, about 2 percent of Deaf people have been introduced to the gospel. A growing number of Deaf ministry leaders are using sign language Bible resources to serve their communities.
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Deaf Bible Society is a bridge
We connect Deaf people to Deaf Bible video resources so they have the opportunity to experience and share God’s love.
We also connect Deaf and hearing organizations who want to work together. Our collaboration is focused on sign language Bible translation, access, and engagement.