JOIN US JUNE 25, 11 A.M., TO HEAR MISSIONARY ROBIN HARTER
Robin says "Language is part of our identity."
Missionary Robin Harter is founder of SignsofLove.org and was invited to DCCC on Jan. 5 to share the story of her work with the deaf in Honduras, Peru, and Africa. Since starting her mission in 1998, Robin is in awe of the lives God has touched & shaped over the years. She's addicted to being a warrior of The Light and says the work of Signs of Love can be summed up in St. Francis of Assisi's words: Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible. Signs of Love became a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization in 1999. The prevalent needs of the Deaf in rural Honduras, and the lack of any attention being given to those needs was the reason Honduras was chosen as the first country to focus...the mission is currently expanding to Peru. See the website signsoflove.org for more information about Robin and the mission.
In this brief clip, while telling the story of founding Signs of Love to reach the deaf in Honduras, Robin notes that, "Language is part of our identity." Please listen to the full audio on the link below of this moving testimony about working with the deaf, teaching them sign language, and bringing them the Gospel in Honduras, Africa, and Peru.
Missionary Robin Harter spoke on Jan. 5, 2020.
Started in 1998, Signs of Love is a 501 C-3.
Listen to the audio of Robin's message below.
January 5, 2020: Missionary Robin Harter Founder Signsoflove.org spoke to DCCC about her important work and the mission she dedicates her life to, with all glory to God! She will return to DCCC on June 25.
What a wonderful message from a dedicated young lady who is full of the love of God. Thank you for sharing with us.
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