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Working Together: Deaf and Hearing

Establishing a deaf ministry

By the Ministry staff

Working Together is a guide for establishing a deaf ministry to help reach the approximately 22 million hearing-impaired people in North America. The book helps learn the causes of deafness, how the deaf communicate, and how to start a ministry to the hearing-impaired.


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By the Ministry staff

December 1997

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