Deaf Girl of Selawik

In the fall of 2014, I visited Selawik, a small Eskimo village in Alaska. The village population was around 1,000. I found one deaf person in the village. She was an eleven year old girl named Trinity. Though she didn’t know many signs, we were able to communicate a little. She…

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Deaf Romanian Teens

Imagine growing up in a completely silent world. Imagine struggling to communicate with almost everyone around you. Imagine being sent to the city to attend a boarding school. Imagine finding out that some of your teachers hardly know sign language. Imagine never getting the chance to “hear” about Jesus. That is what many deaf…

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