Helping deaf people SEE the Gospel of Jesus Christ and accept Him as their Savior is the ultimate goal of Deaf Missions. That's why personal work with deaf people has always been an important aspect of the ministry. Deaf Missions has been reaching out to deaf people through teaching, interpreting, church planting and Deaf camps since 1967, even before the mission was officially incorporated.
Operation Deaf Orphans (ODO)
Deaf Missions is happy to support this separate ministry, forming a collaborative effort to reach deaf orphans. ODO is a ministry with the goal of reaching out to abandoned deaf children, particularly in countries outside of the United States. To find out more about ODO, you may click here to visit their website.
Deaf Missions Bible Camp
Each year, Deaf Missions sponsors a Bible camp for deaf people and their families. Daily teachings from the Bible, Christian encouragement, games and good food provide a weekend of fun to always remember. Learn more by clicking here.
Classes at Iowa School for the Deaf
Deaf Missions' staff members and many volunteers, both deaf and hearing, have faithfully taught these after-school Bible classes during the school year for over 35 years. Click here to read more about this area of ministry.
This ministry was established to Start and Encourage Deaf churches, to Revive the souls of deaf people, to Visit supporters of Deaf Missions and to Enlist new workers. Learn more here.