TWO HANDS MINISTRY

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Email: ellisha.s.cecil@gmail.com

Phone: 504-9572-0940 (Honduras)

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 863 Alma, Michigan 48801 USA

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Our Mission & Vision

Two Hands Ministry Beginnings

Two Hands ministry began working among the deaf in the western mountains of Honduras in 2017.  This journey began as the Lord divinely lead to an area of Honduras where there was great need for ministry to the deaf.  After living in the area for a short period of time, it was quickly learned that there was little to no knowledge of sign language among the deaf.  The majority of deaf children and adults were simply making their way through life with a handful of gestures and a few home signs. This made communication between the deaf and their family, communities and churches highly limited.

 

Two Hands ministry seeks to bring language and community to the deaf as a gateway through which to bring the Gospel.  Without language, how are they to learn the Scriptures? And without community how are they to learn language? Through our language programs and Deaf gatherings, we are laying the foundation of language so that these young minds can continue to learn more of the Word of God.

"Then the Lord said to him, 'Who has made man's mouth?

Who makes him mute, or deaf, or seeing, or blind? Is it not I, the Lord?'"

Exodus 4:11

Our Mission

The mission of Two Hands ministry is to share the love of Christ, through the gift of language, among the Deaf, their families and their communities, so that each one may, "grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ." (2 Peter 3:18)

Our Vision

Our vision is to see families of Deaf individuals brought together through language.  To see Deaf individuals building friendship and community through language.  To see the Deaf community raised up as disciples of Jesus Christ, completely transformed by the power of His grace.

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