Your support is paving the way for Deaf communities in Cameroon to receive God’s Word in sign language.
The difficult task of Bible translation is even tougher with sign languages. But the MAST method is helping to speed up the process.
“I am a Deaf Muslim,” Amadou signed. “But what is going on here is good for me.”
What was going on was a two-week MAST (Mobilized Assistance Supporting Translation) workshop to translate the Book of Mark into sign languages for two deaf communities. MAST has been a real game changer when it comes to translating the printed Word, allowing translators to complete their work at record paces. But until this workshop, it never had been used for sign languages.
“I [would] like to have the Bible too and know it,” Amadou continued. “Can I be a part of this?”Read the rest!