Signs of Life creates space for worship in Deaf culture

December 27, 2013
by Kelli Yoder
Reporter and writer for Mennonite World Review

Signs of Life creates space for worship in Deaf culture

MaryBeth and Chris Moore expected God would call them to use their training as nurses to go to impoverished places. So they were surprised in 2000 when they felt convicted to adopt Mynor, an 8-year-old from Guatemala who is deaf. “It was one of those things where if we hadn’t adopted him, it would have been directly disobeying God,” MaryBeth said. Mynor was their first step into the Deaf community and the reason they began to learn American Sign Language. Since then, they’ve adopted Mario, another deaf son from Guatemala. …

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