Deaf Work in India
Adventist Deaf Ministries International Video
Deaf Pastor Jeff Jordan's devotional video
Jeffrey Jordan is the Deaf pastor of Southern Deaf Fellowship of Seventh-day Adventists near Collegedale, Tennessee, United States. He received his M.Div. degree from Andrews University Theological Seminary and has been pastoring for 17 years in the Georgia-Cumberland Conference. He livestreams his sermons (in ASL) online every Sabbath at 11:30 Eastern Standard Time which can be viewed at http://deafchurchonline.org/.
Devotional Video Signed by Judy Johnson
Judy Johnson lives in Vancouver, Washington, USA with her husband Michael. They have two grown sons.
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Signs of God's Love #1
Esther puts on her snowshoes and you feel like you join her as she walks through the forests and open spaces in the Colorado Rocky Mountains (in United States). The snowy scenery is beautiful and helps to draw the mind to Jesus, our Creator. Esther tells many stories and looks at nature for signs of God's love. The program focuses on God's love and how He wants to wash us clean, to make us white as snow.
The DVD of the film is subtitled in English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese. Also, there is voice interpretation. The DVD series (#1-7) can be purchased at http://deafadventist.org/dvds.html.
"Reporting on the first team Calebs Deaf in South America"
South America Division Deaf Ministry Congress
Hope Channel Germany Video about the Deaf Congress in Germany (April 17-20, 2014)
(Translated from German to English): "The deaf community of the Free Church of the Seventh-day Adventists has a goal: To tell together with all Christians of the faith in Jesus Christ. In Mühlenrahmede it gave an international meeting, where deaf ones met from all over Europe, in order to share experiences with one another and spend time."
Creation Video with Spanish (Spain) Sign Language Interpretation with English Subtitles
"The Glass Box" by Carlos Martinez
The piece “The Glass Box” forms part of the “My Bible” Show and DVD, written and performed by Spanish mime actor Carlos Martínez.
Carlos Martínez’s comments on the video:
“A typical mime piece, like the glass box, is found in many mime repertories. However, the piece almost always ends up in tragedy. I wanted to use this technique to illustrate a biblical theme to give my glass box a touch of humour, a touch of hope.”
“When I read the text of Ezekiel 11:19 the prophet talks about two types of hearts. One of stone and the other of flesh. The protagonist of this piece is not the technique, but the heart. It is not the external, but the internal. The heart of stone only sees walls and it cannot pass through them. It cannot relate to others. When there is a conversion, when there is a relationship with God, this heart of stone becomes transformed into a heart of flesh. It is then that the barriers that separate us from each other fall down.”