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Deaf Translation – Part 5

Now that the stories the translators have been working on have been drafted, checked, re-drafted, checked again, filmed, etc….what happens? The video editors take over for the final put together of the videos. I sat between John, from Ghana, and … Continue reading

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Deaf Translation – Part 4

Acts 16 happens to be my favorite story from the South American Spanish story set I worked on. It’s the story of the slave girl who has a spirit of divination and she follows Paul and Silas around Philippi. Paul … Continue reading

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Deaf Translation – Part 3

I slipped in to sit with the Nigeria team as they were deciding on what name signs to use.  How do you make someone’s name visual?! It’s not an easy task as I sat watching their discussion go back and … Continue reading

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Deaf Translation – Part 2

I popped around the corner to ask my Tanzanian brother Joseph if I could sit with the team and learn. “Karibu!” and signed “Welcome” from the team followed. They were working on stories from Acts and reviewing the feedback from … Continue reading

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Deaf translation – Part 1

What does Deaf Bible translation look like? I had a vague idea of what it entailed from previous interactions with the translators, what had been explained, and my own experience with Chronological Bible Storying (CBS). But “vague” wasn’t cutting it … Continue reading

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