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Welcome to India Truth Bible Deaf Fellowship

Effectively communicating the Gospel of Jesus Christ with deaf people.

Bible visuals are an important tool for teaching anyone about Christ, but they are essential for deaf people, who must be reached through their eyes.

One important area of ministry at Deaf Missions is training deaf and hearing Christians to minister with deaf people.

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.

News

"There hasn’t been a Bible for the deaf in over 2000 years. The first 32 chronological stories of the Bible had been put in book form using art that was drawn by and for the deaf. It also had drawn sign language so the reader could put the two together. These stories were also put onto DVD. The DVDs were broken up into 3 parts. First, there was an introduction which helped set the scene for the story. Then the Bible story itself was signed and accompanied by drawings and pictures. Finally, there was the ‘what was learned section."

Jim Shelton, Children's Pastor at Crossroads Fellowship Church Read More

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Mission & Vision

ITBDF’s mission is to encourage Deaf believers and evangelize Deaf people who are not yet saved. The goal of ITBDF is to spread the gospel throughout India, so Deaf people can come to Christ and grow in their understanding of Scripture.

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Who we are

ITBDF is made up of Deaf pastors, trainers, teachers and missionaries who are passionate about spreading God's Word and training up believer to follow Christ

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What we do

ITBDF reaches out to the Deaf community of India through meeting people, teaching God's Word, ministering to both women and men, and leading Bible studies for Deaf believers.

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Stories

G.SureshMy name is G. Suresh Babu. I am deaf and belonged to a hindu family. I am a founder trustee of India True Bible Deaf Fellowship.. ...

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