Deaf Church Planting Begins in Angola and South Africa With Help from DOOR International

Image depicts Kennedy Oyoo and his family. Kennedy is one of the Kenyan 2-by-2 team leaders mentoring new recruits from Angola and South Africa. (Photo courtesy of DOOR International)

Deaf communities in Angola and South Africa will soon have a chance to know Jesus.

“There are some strong Deaf leaders and Deaf believers” in South Africa, DOOR International’s Rob Myers says.

“Now that they have some Scripture published, that Scripture is a perfect segue into training local leaders in how to do evangelism, discipleship, and church planting.”

Published sign language Scripture and strong Deaf leadership are exceptions rather than the norm. Collectively, Deaf people are one of the world’s largest unreached people groups. Less than two percent of the world’s 70 million Deaf people have any access to the Gospel.

Connect with DOOR to help change that reality.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Katey Hearth


  • Pray for wisdom as Deaf leaders gain brand new skills and understanding.
  • Pray for DOOR’s resource development team as they create a video curriculum to support new training techniques.