Deaf History Calendar soon released… must see!

Everyone needs a calendar, and the Deaf community now has a page-a-day desk calendar of its own, commemorating our history, past and contemporary achievers, places, milestones, and trivia tidbits. With over 300 photos and illustrations, several in color, it’s an attractive way to mark the days and an enjoyable way to learn a bit about our heritage, the legacy of creativity, ingenuity, and success by Deaf people, and the  exciting things being done by today’s ASL performers, artists, and advocates. Some of the profiles included herein are well-known inside and outside the community. Others have been all but forgotten.

The DEAF LIFE 2012 Calendar is a perfect gift for a friend, teacher, student, relative, sweetheart—or yourself. A portion of the proceeds will benefit schools for the deaf and other good causes.

DEAF LIFE Informed ASL Christians owner owner would like others to give this Deaf Live Code: FRXDLC.  to help see how many visitors from the web have ordered.  We will get nothing in return but be nice to know how many purchased from this website.

Order yours today:

You can reserve your’s today by clicking on the above image or visiting the below Deaf Store link:
http://bit.ly/ns9xzK 

Thank you,
Dean “Rex” DeRusso

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Adam’s Road Band “Speak to Me” in Sign Language

When I first went to Seminary, I was struggling on knowing what God wanted me to do about some false prophecies out there.  I’ve been challenged by this and I thought something was wrong with me.  The biggest struggle that I have had was where was God the whole time.  God was with me at the whole time.

He has lead me to the Adam’s Road Band who once were mislead by a church of believers that believed in work more than God’s grace alone.  They now go around the country to show that we are saved through God’s Grace alone.  Below I did a video in song and signs.  I sure am amazed with the work that they have done that reminded me of how great our God is.

In Christ,

Dean “Rex” DeRusso

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Seminary Sermon

This was one of my sermons at Northeastern Seminary.  I was still experimenting on what I would like to speak about.  But, this was done with very little experience but with feedback from the other students.

In Christ,
Dean “Rex” DeRusso

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Podcast Video of 2008 Sermon

Dean “Rex” DeRusso’s very first sermon on Janary 6, 2008 at Artisan Church about the Gifts of the Magi.   ASL Christians apologies for no caption, but the video should have sound in there for the sign impaired people.  This was the day Rex got to know God’s Gift to him.

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2011, July 2-3 camping with Friends (Photos included)

Hi everyone, The best thing anyone can do is go camping with their friends. But, what is even better is when you are with Christians who let God do work in your life for you. We all should know that … Continue reading

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Rev. Dennis Konkel a deaf pastor sermon “The Bronze Snake”

It’s amazing.  When trying to explain to many people why Jesus alone saves us not by our work.  It is the grace of our faith in Jesus Christ alone that saves us.

But, often people say that Christians do not practice the Old Testament.  That is not true.  Christians do follow the Old Testament.  If we look at some great stories like the story of Moses Numbers 21:4-9.

We will remember how the New Testament will fulfill the Old Testament.  We can not live with one book.  We need them both because both were written by the inspiration of God.   Below is a video blog made by Rev. Dennis Konkel who is a deaf pastor.  I believe that he actually made a great video blog that helps us see something.  And, good news, it is captioned for the sign language impaired people.

Bible teaches Ephesians 2:8-9 (NCV) 8 I mean that you have been saved by grace through believing. You did not save yourselves; it was a gift from God.9 It was not the result of your own efforts, so you cannot brag about it.

One thing we will find as we become a christian.   We will desire to know Jesus when we get saved.  Wouldn’t you want to know who he is because he loved you enough to allow you to work or not.  But, it is his work that works in your life when you accept him.

Hope you enjoy the video blog.  And, hopefully soon ASL Christians will start using working on their own Video Blogs.

In Christ,

Dean “Rex” DeRusso

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ASL Christians first post…

Currently, we are looking to see how we should focus on the blogs to better reach many deaf and hard of hearing individuals who seek to find Christ.  Since this is the first blog, I can not promise how things will go from here.  However, I am looking forward to praying and seeing what God wants me to do in the long term.

Thank you,  please pray for this site and God’s guidance on making this happen. It’s his work not ours.

In Christ,

Dean “Rex” DeRusso

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