|This dictionary is for all who use British Sign Language (BSL) in Protestant churches. There are over 100 signs here, and with glosses (other words that have the same sign), a vocabulary of over 250 words.
This is an important reference guide for Deaf people, BSL students and tutors, interpreters, preachers, parents of Deaf children and anyone with an interest in BSL in the church. Each sign has a written explanation of handshapes, location, etc, and drawings of handshapes for clarity. Some information on how the signs are derived is included where applicable. Bible verses containing the words/signs are given in some instances to add context.
A4, full colour throughout, 16 pages, booklet.
|This is a manual for the inclusion of Deaf people in church, and for setting up an outreach for Deaf people. The book has help for a range of people:
1. Church leaders and members who are unaware of the needs of Deaf people in their neighbourhood.
2. Church leaders and members who want to bring Deaf people into church life, but don’t know how.
3. Those who are keen to be (or are at present) involved in ministry to Deaf people.
4. Those in the church who would like to have some personal involvement with Deaf people.
5. Those who have a love for the gospel and a heart for reaching everyone in the community, because everyone needs the gospel.
|This is a tract that is specifically produced for Deaf people.
The English is Deaf-structured, easy to understand and
This tract comprises 6 pages, all full colour.
It focuses on the healing of the Deaf man in Mark chapter 7 verses 32-35.
Churches may print their own labels for sticking on the reverse with details of their services etc.