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Two Deaf Men in Zimbabwe Baptized

"Two deaf people who listened to the sermon translated first into the local Shona language and then into sign language led about 300 people in responding to an altar call for baptism at the end of the worship services."
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The Story of Ricky- The answer to the prayers of a deaf-mute (Bolivia)

"Ricky, a young deaf-mute native from Riveralta, Bolivia, began to study the Bible by himself.  He came in contact with our church and its doctrines through the Internet." Read more here.


10th Annual Southern Deaf Fellowship Camp Meeting

The 10th annual Southern Deaf Fellowship Campmeeting will be held at beautiful Cohutta Springs Conference Center in Crandall, GA on July 29 to August 2, 2015.

Click HERE to view the Flyer & Registration Form


Central Valley Deaf Ministries Hosts Prophecy Seminar Live Streaming

"We the Central Valley Deaf Ministries group are pleased to announce that there will be live streaming on Prophecy Seminar. Pastor David Trexler from the Three Angels Deaf Ministries will be our speaker in a series of 16 meetings... Read more.


General Conference Session 2015 Updates

Location Reserved for the Deaf- click here to view map

Meeting Room Location Reserved for the Deaf- click here to view meeting room location


Natural Bridge Deaf Camp 2015 (Australia)

We are hosting an Auslan/NZSLDeaf camp at Natural Bridge, Queensland, 23-26 October, 2015, where you will enjoy three days of spiritual fellowship, sharing and socialising with other SDA Auslan/NZSL signers.

Our venue is located on 20 acres of natural rainforest in the beautiful Niminbah Valley, 45 minutes drive from the Gold Coast, and 15 minutes walk to the Glow-worm cave. Read more...


Pastor Jeff Jordan's Trip to the Philippians 

"Manila- We worshipped with the Deaf congregation at Pasay Adventist Church on January 31 an it was a privilege for me to preach to them again as this was my third trip to the Phillippines. About 80 deaf and hearing came for worship and I learned that they currently have 35 Deaf Adventists, which has grown from 4 when I first was there three years ago. John Blake gave a report about the Deaf work in different countries. The next day, we met again and Larry Evans gave a devotional talk and shared many stories with the Deaf. Read more...


General Conference Session 2015 Updates By Nohelani Jarnes

The 2015 General Conference Session is happening July 2-11, 2015 in San Antonio, Texas. The GC Session is always an exciting time for our Adventist Church! Larry Evans serves as the coordinator for Adventist Deaf Ministries International. The Sign Language team for this year's Session is Nohelani Jarnes (Nohe) as lead interpreter along with Darrell Strait and Grace Ann Ashley. Read more...

Who's Really Missing Out? By Esther Doss
Posted December 10, 2014

"Among the many gifts God has given us, my favorite is the special gift of friendship. We are made to be social creatures and our desire for a meaningful relationship with others is a natural need. However, some of us do not experience ready smiles or gestures of friendship." Read more...


Deaf Literature Evangelist Shares God's Love for 45 Years
Posted December 10, 2014

"Being a literature evangelist requires a unique skill set: someone who is very comfortable with people, can regularly take rejection and has a passion to keep going no matter what the circumstances. Lee Roy McKinney, a Radford (VA). church member, has all three." Read more...


 Mexico Deaf & Interpreters Camp Meeting in Chiapas on July 23-26, 2015

For more information, go to http://www.campamentodesordosadventistasmexico.com.mx/. David & Francisca Trexler will be at the camp meeting.


 "Adventist leaders mark growth of Deaf Ministries: New website can help connect Adventist Deaf community, offer resources for hearing people."
Posted December 4, 2014

"The Seventh-day Adventist Church’s ministry to the Deaf is gaining traction worldwide with increased coordination to better reach and minister to members of the often-neglected subculture."  Read more...


Sunny's Prayer
Posted July 19, 2013 at http://goaim.org/features/sunnys-prayer/

"Every Sabbath, Sunny brought to our prayer list his request for his children to join us in worship. “Lord, please make it a gift to us…that our children join us in worship on Sabbaths,” he prayed."  Read more...


Christian Services for the Blind and Hearing Impaired
Posted on November 9, 2014

A church in Brisbane is reaching an oft-ignored demographic with a range of initiatives. The Logan Reserve church, located in outer south-western Brisbane, which has for some years used AUSLAN signers in their church services and special programs, is now planning a dedicated camp for the deaf in 2015. Click here to read more.


Kenya Camp Meeting Report
Posted on September 21, 2014

In August 24-30, 2014 we conducted the historic camp meeting for the deaf in Kenya. It was attended by 226 deaf, their leaders and interpreters. On Sabbath we baptized 43 and 99 graduated in the VOP Discover Bible School. Click here to read more.


Deaf Congress in Germany Report
Posted on September 21, 2014

Seventy-five participants from Europe gathered for what was to be the 95th anniversary of the Deaf work in Germany.  In many ways it seemed like a Pentecostal experience.  Eight different languages were being spoken simultaneously (English, German, Italian, French, Latvian, Finnish, Spanish and German  with many of these with their own corresponding sign language) as the various presentations were made... Click here to read more.


Deaf Young Adults for Christ Camp Meeting Report
Posted on September 24, 2014

DYAC welcomed 20 campers, with six being first-timers, from different parts of North America to DYAC Camp Meeting 2014 in Cohutta, GA, USA!  It was truly a wonderful camp with terrific fellowship among young adults. Read more...


Southern Deaf Fellowship Camp Meeting 2014 in Crandall, GA, USA
Posted on September 24, 2014

The 9th annual Southern Deaf Camp Meeting took place at beautiful Cohutta Springs Convention Center in north Georgia August 6-­‐10, 2014. The theme was “God With Us” with Alan Meis (Holly, MI) as the main speaker. A total of over 150 people (another new record) came from various places (fifteen from Barbados came) to hear Alan and Neil Davidson (Chula Vista, CA) preach. Click here to read more.