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Now is the time for the Deaf in South Africa

In South Africa more than 600,000 Deaf people use South African Sign Language (SASL), but no Scripture has been available in this language. Hands with Words, founded by Lisa Craye in 2006 to minister to and with South African Deaf, began a Bible translation project in SASL in 2013 to address this need.

Lisa first became interested in ministry to the Deaf in South Africa while working as a teacher at a local school for the Deaf. She found her passion in using sign language to share with the Deaf about Christ.

Click here to read the full article on the Wycliffe Global Alliance website.