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Yesterday I caught up with a friend and I was reflecting with her about how I met the Go Deaf team, as we travelled together in the Solomon Islands for a project, working with their deaf community. It is so amazing to look back and see how God was knitting many different, seemingly unrelated parts of my life together. Even though they initially didn’t seem to have anything in common - He was establishing my steps, preparing me for this purpose. When I set out to become an Auslan Interpreter, it made little sense to me, as I am Hard of Hearing myself, but God has blessed that decision hundreds of times over. I am thankful for His leading and his faithful promises to sustain us.Image text: “Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye stedfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labour is not in vain in the Lord.”‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭15:58‬ ‭KJV‬‬~ Marie ...
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4 days ago

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On Sunday, I spoke at a Bible club hosted by a pastor in his church. Last year, they held the club in the elementary school directly across the street from the church . When coronavirus restrictions stopped all the after-school programs, the pastor moved the club to his church Sunday nights. He picks up the kids in the church bus every week. This week they were having a party to celebrate Easter and the pastor asked me to talk about deaf missions to the kids. After the missions talk and activities, we had hotdogs on the grill for dinner. When everyone was cleaning up the food, one of the little boys ran up to me with a smile and handed me something. As I reached out to take it, I saw it was a folded dollar bill. Earlier the kids had gone on an egg hunt. Among the pastel eggs filled with candy, there were golden eggs that had differing amounts of money in them. Each child was allowed to have one golden egg, and as many colored eggs as they could find. It was obvious by how it was folded that this bill was from his golden egg. I took it and said "Wow, is this for me?" He said "Yep!" and scampered off to play. I couldn't help but think of the widow that Jesus praised in Luke for giving her last two mites. That dollar just might be one of the biggest love offerings I have received yet. ~ Anna ...
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6 days ago

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Another church in Clearwater, FL has voted to support me. I have 47% of my support now.~Paul ...
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7 days ago

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I am thankful for a little time at home this week to do some yard work, a little painting, hang wall paper and get ready for new countertops. ~Tricia ...
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1 week ago

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I have been encouraged as I have watched on as some of our church family that have been participating in our Auslan classes have approached our Deaf church members and initiated conversations with them. A growing relationship between the hearing and the deaf, as a church family, is something I been praying for and it warms my heart to see God working in this way.~ Marie ...
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2 weeks ago

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Yesterday, I saw this picture of when we received these African shirts for Christmas a couple years ago. I long to finish deputation quickly and GO to tell the Deaf in Africa as well as other continents about Jesus Christ. Please pray that we will raise the rest of our support this year. ~Thank you, John ...
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2 weeks ago

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The Go Deaf Missions team has been going over Ephesians 3:20-21 each week this year. I'm thankful for the daily reminder that God is able. ~ Paul ...
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2 weeks ago

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Another church voted to take us on for support!!~John ...
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2 weeks ago

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Praying for a great day at the House of the Lord.~John ...
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2 weeks ago

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“I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.” Philippians‬ ‭4:13‬ ‭KJV‬‬One of our memory verses we have taught our Auslan class at church is this reminder that God enables us to do all that is in His will for us. I am somewhat daunted by the prospect of preparing to stand before churches to share my burden for reaching deaf people around the world with the gospel, with our team at Go Deaf Missions. But I am also excited, knowing that I can trust God to lead me and teach me along the way. I am thankful to have received my first invitation to present to a church, in person, since churches have resumed their services on site, after having been restricted to meeting online for so long during our extensive lock-down here in Melbourne.May I please ask you to pray that more pastors here in Australia may recognise the need to reach the Deaf with the gospel in their own language, and that I may receive further invitations to share this ministry with their churches?~ Marie ...
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2 weeks ago

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This is a revision of a letter I just sent to a doctor who is looking into David's case. So many people have inquired about him, and I thought it would be good to share this process so you know better how to pray. Retinitis pigmentosa is very serious and there are currently no effective treatments in existence, but it was God who made David's eyes and he can remake them in a word if he were to choose it. He can also stop the progression of this disease dead in its tracks and we are praying for him to do so. Here is the letter:Dear Doctor: We have been travelling quite a lot the last two weeks. We had trouble getting the forms signed but now we have it resolved.This is quite lengthy, but I have tried to chronicle the developments with David's eyes. It has been a frustrating journey and we no longer know what to trust. David was adopted from China in 2015, when he was seven ( or possibly really eight or nine) and we have no family history for him. David is either Chinese or Korean if not a mix of both. At the US Embassy physical exam, the doctor observed David had some red-green color blindness and thought maybe a little night-blindness. He mentioned Usher's syndrome and working with deaf people for many years we were already very familiar with it. Within a few weeks of bringing David home, we put him under the care of N Opthalmology department in Florida. They had no findings except that David needed prescription glasses. We did find we often had to give him some guidance in dim or no light settings which seemed to gradually increase over time. Until this fall, I believe all of David's eye exams have been performed at the same office.In 2017, walking into church one night David suddenly panicked, signing frantically that everything was blurry and he couldn't see. It lasted about ten minutes. Once we had him settled down we decided to get him checked out in the emergency room at in Jacksonville. They thought it was unrelated to David's eyes. They did a CT scan and it was normal and sent him home with something for a migraine. We took him to a chiropractor and he never has had another similar episode.Two years ago, David started blinking rapidly and we returned to the opthalmologist's with more concerns about Usher's syndrome. We were also growing concerned with the increase of support David needed in dim light and darkness. The doctor did an exam and suggested we schedule some tests after we returned fron an upcoming missions trip to Peru.On the trip, we misjudged time on a mountain hike and found ourselves suddenly in the dark as the sun went behind the peaks. We were gravely concernerned to notice David could not see the path in front of him even with a flashlight. We scheduled an opthalmology appointment right away. They did an exam and ran some tests. At the time they had a brand new test ( I don't know what it was called) and it was supposed to be the most accurate test in the world for eyes and they were one of two places in the US to have it. It was a little hand held computer device with a screen on it. We waited a long time for results and when we got them they said the data was flawed and they thought their tech had run the test wrong. They were going to retest, but then asked about genetic test results. They had never ordered genetic testing so they opted for that instead. The genetic test was ordered and after five months the lab called and said the sample was skewed and we needed to submit a new sample. We did and they gave us an exact date for results. When that date came, the lab could not track the sample. After another month we got a paper in the mail saying David did not have any genetic diseases of the eyes. The doctor concluded David had unexplainable night-blindness. We told David God had answered prayer and his eyes were fine.Last October, we came to Ringgold, Georgia and a ministry here offered to arrange for our kids to get new glasses through the Lion's Club with Dr . W. He took pictures of David's retina and when he opened them to show me, it was obvious something was wrong. There was a big yellow oval in the left retina. I knew before he told me what we were looking at. Dr. W referred us to Dr. G at a location in Chattanooga, the leading specialist in this area. His pictures are the sliced view of the retina I sent you. Dr. G. diagnosed David with advanced aggressive retinitis pigmentosa but said he could be anywhere between 20 to 60 before he would reach the point of legal blindness. He said he had 25 degrees of peripheral loss and that the left eye was certainly worse than the right. He suggested getting an ERG at Emory. Emory put us on a one year waiting list. He also referred us to Dr. M to learn about equipment. Dr. M is the area's low-vision specialist and she has a blind son. It took 4 months to get in for the appointment.At Dr. M. we were very surprised when she called David in for a field vision test. He was not prepared and the interpreter was obviously not familiar with what the deaf need to understand to do the test right. Between the field vision and a contrast chart exam, Dr. M. announced in front of David that he would be completely blind in 18 months to two years. We were all in a bit of shock. This was not consistent with what we know about Usher's. She said he must have a rare and advanced form of retinitis pigmentosa and he would be an interesting specimen to study.During the appointment, we discovered David was not aware he was supposed to look at the dot in the center of the field and not blink during the test, but Dr. M said the test knew how to account for that and rerunning it would not make any difference. She said the test gets the same results every time. The test showed less than 10 degrees of vision field remaining in the left eye and about 25 degrees remaining in the right. Dr. M. showed us some magnifier lights. David said he didn't need any of that, he could see fine. We do know, however, that he stumbles over items on the ground and we purposefully get in front of him for clear communication. At this point, I began to struggle with all the conflicting information and called back to Dr. W. He told us that from his original pictures he was highly suspicious of Dr. M's findings based on a field vision exam. He found it unusual that the optometrist had contradicted the opthalmologist's diagnosis without a consultation. He told me a field vision was the most subjective test in optometry and would get a different result on the same patient every time. He offered to do another field vision screening to see whether the result would be similar but he did not have as detailed of a test. To his surprise, his own test showed a similar result to Dr. M's , but he said he noticed David pressing the button and it not registering results. He said we needed an ERG. He volunteered to call around and find a appointment.From Dr. G, we understood that the ERG was a test performed with a contact lens containing electrodes that would measure to reaction of the light receptors in the eye, but when we arrived at office, the test was just a flashing light held by David in front of each eye. We questioned it and the tech said it was the same test, only a newer version. She ran the test despite the flashing red dot on the screen indicating there was no signal. The test produced a straight line and a graph with a very low arch. The second eye didn't register and she ran it again with no result. She determined we needed to move to a room with a better internet signal. We moved two rooms down in the same hallway, where she had 2 of 5 bars of internet signal. The light on the screen kept alternating red and green. She ran it again. When she got to the left eye the computer said the test was unreliable and prompted her to run it again. She did. The computer said the second test was more unreliable than the first, did she want to keep the results. She clicked yes and told us the test was done. So much for the most reliable test in opthalmology. I challenged the test and told her that there was no sense in keeping the results if the computer already knew it was unreliable. She said her job was just to run the test and print the results. I asked her what the graph points and the trajectories represented, and she didn't know. She said the guy who came to the office to train them said there should always be an arch but she didn't know what it meant if there wasn't one. She also did not know what retinitis pigmentosa is. When I asked about paying for a test that had unreliable results, she asked what our concern was. She then admitted she did not know if the contact lens ERG and her test were the same, but she would call the manufacturer and ask. She was unable to reach anyone. She reluctantly agreed to run the test again. On both eyes she was prompted to rerun the test. In the end, she printed results from two of five tests, the ones I showed you with no similarities. David is deaf, and had a seven year delay in learning language. We are making great strides in catching him up and this year we miraculously have him on grade level for most of his education. He is highly intelligent and we think he is on target for college. If he is going blind soon, we need to revamp his education to include Braille and mobility training right away, but it will detract from the time we have for his education. If we have five or ten years to prepare, then David should be able to complete his education and deal with blindness down the road. If there is anything you can do to help us get a fair assessment of where David is and what we should anticipate, we would be most grateful. We would even bring him to your state.Thank you for taking the time to consider us. Our friends speak very highly of you. Thank you,Tricia Olson ...
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2 weeks ago

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This week in Tennessee for the camp meeting at Triumphant Baptist Church, the kids and I stayed in the hotel for school in the morning, which allowed me to meet the cleaning woman. She was impressed when she saw that Amanda and David are deaf and I was teaching them. She asked if we are from the church. I said yes and told her where it is. I left a tract with a note for her in our room when we left this morning. I hope she will visit the church and find salvation in Jesus that every person needs. ...
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3 weeks ago

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The Olsons' Prayer Letter for January/February 2021 ...
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3 weeks ago

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I'm attending a preachers' fellowship in Athens, TN for the first half of this week. For some who may not know, pastors in different areas of the country will meet together on a monthly basis for fellowship and encouragement from the Word of God, which is the best part of all. I thank the Lord for the opportunity to attend these services, where I can worship my Savior and fellowship with my brothers and sisters in Christ. Last night was the first service of this fellowship. God's people sang so beautifully and as a result, several folks testified how God has blessed them. We received two messages from the Word of God in that service. It surely is a blessing to see how our God, who has written a complete, inspired, and preserved book, takes one message from the Old Testament and takes another message from the New Testament and teaches and encourages His people in their walk with Him.Last night was not the last night of the fellowship. There is more happening every day until this Thursday. Pray our God would bless these services and strengthen His undershepherds of His flock. These men need and desire a fresh anointing from the Lord.~ Paul ...
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3 weeks ago

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Last week, our family and I were in a missions conference at Mt Carmel Baptist Church in Flat Iron, NC. Pastor Kuykendall and his wife were wonderful hosts, and on Thursday afternoon, the church took the missionaries to bowling. Amanda and David loved it. ~John ...
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3 weeks ago

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Update:. The optometrist called. He said David's test is consistent with advanced retinitis pigmentosa and the prognosis of blindness in about two years is accurate. He said we should start gathering and training on all the equipment we can. He is still going to speak with the opthomologist. We are so thankful for everyone's prayers.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Well....we took David for what we understood was the most reliable test in opthomalogy, the ERG. The technician started the test. When she got almost no reading, she announced she needed a different room because the wifi signal was too weak to get the complete test. She went to look for another available room. It seemed a little odd that the most reliable test depends on the strength of the wifi signal for the amount of accuracy.The lady was very kind and in a few minutes had us in another room where she had two whole bars of the wifi signal. She started the test again, right eye first.The test is really quick. A flashing light shines in one eye while you look at a screen with the other. It takes about 30 seconds per eye. When the left eye was finished, a little message popped up and said the test was unreliable with a prompt to retest. She clicked retest. Thirty seconds later she got another message saying the second test was more unreliable than the first. She clicked okay and said the test was done. Once again we were confused. The technician said she didn't know why it did that but she did think the graph looked odd. I told her we understood this was supposed to be the most reliable test in opthalmology and she shrugged. She said the guy who came into the office from the test company said there should be an arch in the graph and she didn't know what the sag we were seeing meant. I told her we were looking at retinitis pigmentosa and she said they don't treat that there. We explained how many inclusive tests we have had and convinced her to redo the test. She did each eye and got a different result. Now, we have two sets of conflicting results and there goes another $150.We called the original optometrist who diagnosed David. He is calling a friend to help him interpret the results because he doesn't know how to interpret the data. It seems no one really knows how to get the information we need and no one agrees on the information we have. Please keep praying. ~Tricia ...
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3 weeks ago

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Please pray for David's eye exam today. This is an ERG to determine exactly which parts of his retinas still function and which do not. Pray they will stabilize where they are. ...
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4 weeks ago

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Meeting pastors, missionaries, and new friends everywhere we go is one of the best things about deputation. I enjoy it very much. ~ Anna ...
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4 weeks ago

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Wherever we go Amanda always gathers a crowd of kids and challenges them to learn sign language.~Tricia ...
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4 weeks ago

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Sometimes, I travel to meetings, not being able to teach my class at Harvest Deaf Bible College on Tuesdays or Thursdays. However, Zoom allowed me to remotely teach my class yesterday.~John ...
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4 weeks ago

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Seven! That's the number of new chuches who took us on for support in February! We are rejoicing! ...
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Praying for God to impact us in great ways on the Lord's Day... He is able. ~John ...
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4 weeks ago

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Here's a look back on a few of the places Go Deaf Missions has been over the past few years. We surely look forward to travelling again.~ Anna ...
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1 month ago

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Last week, our family and I were at a missions jubilee at Bible Baptist Church in Jefferson City, Missouri, where Randy Dignan is the pastor. I met Randy 21 years ago when we preached together at Harvest Baptist Church for the Deaf in Ringgold, Georgia. I thank the Lord for his friendship, and his church treated the missionaries as heroes. Also, I thank the Lord for his faithfulness to preach the Word of God. May God continue to bless Pastor, his family and his church!~John ...
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1 month ago

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I've had the opportunity to visit a church in Birmingham, AL, this week. Right before Sunday school started, the pastor informed me that they have a deaf ministry. I'm thankful the Lord has churches scattered throughout the United States where the Deaf can go and hear the Word of God. I'm looking forward to the day when the Deaf in some foreign country can enter a church and see (hear) the Gospel being preached and taught in their language.~ Paul ...
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1 month ago

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We are on our way home from the missions conference of Bible Baptist Church of Jefferson City, Missouri, where Randy Dignan is the pastor. We had such a great time and we were cared for so well.They did Christmas in March for our kids and we are amazed at all they gave to our children. Among other gifts, Amanda was given a DSLR camera to learn photography and David was given a Sunu Band, a device that uses echo location to help the blind know when they are getting close to an object or someone is approaching. In addition, we were taken shopping. I have a brand new set of luggage and John has a brand new pair of tennis shoes. Someone knit us a georgeous afghan having no idea it is in a pattern my grandma used to knit, making it all the more special. Our car is loaded full once again. We were very excited to see two deaf children baptized and a ten-year-old boy announce he believes God has called him to work with the Deaf. They fed and housed us like kings. We feel so blessed. We are looking forward to being their missionaries in the near future. In April, we plan to return to take David and Amanda to their youth conference. They have deaf teenagers and already plan to interpret all the services and activities. What a great opportunity for Amanda and David! David will turn 13 the week of the conference, just in time. We see God working in so many ways right now. God has been good to us. We are blessed. ...
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1 month ago

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Have a blessed day at church today. ~John ...
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1 month ago

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Thank you so much for praying! The optometrist found an ERG test for David at a local Chattanooga office. We were on a one-year waiting list for the test at Emory. That test was going to require a $750.00 deposit just to make the appointment. Now, we have a test scheduled for March 19 and the whole test will cost $195.00. This test should precisely read which parts of David's eyes still have light receptors and which parts are already collapsed; essentially which parts of the eye are already blind. We are so thankful the Lord has done this for us. If we know what is happening we know what steps we should be taking with David training and education wise.We are praying God will do exceedingly, abundantly above all that we ask or think! ...
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1 month ago

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Today's events:. driving nine hours to Bible Baptist Church in Jefferson City, Missouri, Tricia working on the website with Timothy, Anna teaching homeschool in the back, Janelle interpreting the music in the evening service, Pastor Dignan interpreting the message. We are glad the day went well, and that we are with Pastor Dignan and church family. Praying for a great week!~John ...
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1 month ago

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It has been a pretty rough couple of weeks. David has been undergoing further tests on his eyes. We have a much more somber diagnosis than we were previously given but three doctors differ in their opinions. One doctor thinks David will be completely blind in one to two years. Another thinks he has more time and could still not lose his sight completely. What we really need now is an ERG test and we are on a one year waiting list for an available appointment. We are trying to find an available test sooner. David only has about ten degrees of vision in his left eye out of the normal 160 degrees. In the meantime, we also have a very difficult private family situation and we have never felt like we needed prayer more than we do right now. We are praying for God to intervene in David's eyes, stop the progress of this disease and even reverse its path and restore health to his retina. Outside of God, there is no treatment or cure. Regarding family please pray for repentant hearts and reconciliation to the Word of God for all that are saved and for the salvation of those that are not. We know that God works all things together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose. We are trusting him to do great things. ~Tricia ...
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1 month ago

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On deputation, I'm often led to a specific place to serve the Lord in a special way. Last Sunday is an example. I visited a church in Murfreesboro, TN, that morning. I met in the singles ministry a young man whose parents served as interpreters for the Deaf for many years in the Northwestern part of the United States. We discovered we were childhood friends in Jacksonville, FL, as we talked about our backgrounds and ministries.After church, we ate lunch and encouraged each other in our service to the Lord. I'm so thankful the Lord led me to Murfreesboro and for the friendships renewed while I was there.Next, I headed to another church in Huntsville, AL. I arrived at the church and discovered that they are not holding any evening services temporarily. I decided to head back to Ringgold, GA, and hopefully find a church along the way. As I passed through Scottsboro, AL, I stopped and visited a church. I didn't know anyone in the church and it looked like the service was finished. The men of the church saw my car and made their way toward me. I immediately got out of my car and introduced myself as a young man passing through the area looking for a church and as a missionary to the Deaf. The pastor, upon hearing I was a missionary, invited me inside and gave me the opportunity to share my burden for the Deaf. The church learned that evening of a people group who they have not thought about before and who still need to hear the Gospel. I thank the Lord for using me to help His people reach more people for Christ.~ Paul ...
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1 month ago

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For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any twoedged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.Hebrews 4:12~ Anna ...
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2 months ago

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Last Monday, Tricia and I went for three days to a staff/student retreat for Harvest Deaf Bible College at Pigeon Forge. I thank the Lord for the opportunity to preach a challenging message to the students. The retreat was a blessed time of music, teaching, and fellowship. Pray for the students as they prepare for the ministry.~John ...
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2 months ago

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Our team's verse for the year is Ephesians 3:20-21. "Now unto him that is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think according to the power that worketh in us. Unto him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus throughout all ages world without end. Amen."I'm so glad and thankful we have a God who is able. I can't wait to see what He is going to do for and through the Go Deaf Missions Team this year.~ Paul ...
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2 months ago

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One of the neat things about visiting so many churches is to see what is happening in churches all across the country. Every church as its own uniqueness. We find something that stands out every time we visit a church. Last night we visited a church where a couple of things we had not seen elsewhere happened and they made an impression on us. Prior to the service the pastor conducted a prayer meeting. For the last three years I have been commenting to John that I find it disturbing how much of the prayer requests are about health issues. Don't get me wrong, we should certainly take our health concerns to the Lord, and it is no secret we are praying for God to intervene for David's eyes. I keep wondering about, "For this cause many are weak, and sickly among you, and many sleep." This church was different though. There were lots of requests but they were almost all for spiritual issues. "Pray for my brother and his wife to get saved." "Pray for my sister to get her heart right with the Lord." "Pray for me to get an opportunity to witness to a guy at work." "Pray the Spirit of God will work in our camp meeting." "Pray we can be a blessing to the people who come." Out of all the requests, there were only two that concerned health and one was ours for David's eyes. It was a blessing to then hear all the men praying aloud for God to open the doors for these spiritual victories.When the prayer service was finished, the pastor, like many pastors do, encouraged the people to greet us. Only in this church, they all got up at once and headed our way! It was so warm and welcoming! I think literally everyone in the church shook hands with every one of us. When the service closed he sent them back again. Most people think because I interpret that I love being up in front of people, but the truth is, I love interpreting so I am willing to get up in front of people. When I first started I used to get dizzy from the stage fright. Walking into a different church service every Sunday morning, Sunday night, and Wednesday night is a constant challenge to me, too, but I love missions so I do it. It helps me so much when people go out of their way to make us feel welcome. The church we visited Sunday went above and beyond to be friendly. I can't wait to be in their camp meeting!~Tricia ...
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2 months ago

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Yesterday I was involved with teaching Auslan at our church, Calvary Baptist Church. We had a wonderful time with lots of learning and laughs along the way. I am so encouraged to see a large number of our church family involved and to see them keen to learn how to communicate with our Deaf church members. Please pray for the remaining 5 weeks of classes, that our students will retain what they have learnt and find lots of opportunities to apply their new skills in conversations.~ Marie ...
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2 months ago

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This morning I rearranged a few posters and put up new ones in our classroom. It's so good to have all these walls, something I miss when we are on the road. ~ Anna ...
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2 months ago

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Yesterday, Caleb Lindsey suggested a visit to Philadelphia Baptist Church in Calhoun where they are having a Jubilee. We did last night, and I was able to get three new contacts for future meetings, including Jason McNeese. Jason is the brother of Dean McNeese, whom Tricia and I knew in Bible college in the eighties. It was a blessing to meet Jason and for Caleb's encouragement. More than that, I love watching the Lord using people to accomplish His work.~John ...
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2 months ago

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I'm thankful the Lord answers the prayers of His people. Several months ago, I began praying about a personal issue. The Lord didn't answer right away so I kept waiting and praying. A few days ago, the Lord sent His answer. It's not the answer I wanted and wished for, but it's His answer. I've accepted it and am learning to trust and follow the Lord.~ Paul ...
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2 months ago

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We've been singing this great hymn all week at the camp meeting.My name is in the book of life,Oh, bless the name of Jesus!I rise above all doubt and strife,And read my title clear!I know, I know,My name is there!I know, I know,My name is written there!~ Anna ...
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2 months ago

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The first note was put on our car window last Tuesday night. The second one was on our car window last night. What an encouragement!~John ...
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2 months ago

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Last Monday, our family and I ate dinner with Pastor Norman. We shared news about David's eye condition. David asked the Pastor to pray for him and Pastor said he would. Then, last night, after a wonderful service of singing and preaching, Pastor asked David and Tricia to come on the platform, and Tricia explained David's eye condition (retinitis pigmentosa). Pastor Norman and the entire church prayed for David, first that God will help his eyes and secondly that David would accept whatever God has planned for him. Tricia and I thank the Lord for a wonderful, praying group of believers.~John ...
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2 months ago

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Yesterday was a good day at the campmeeting. We were blessed by the music from Caleb, Rachel and their daughter. Caleb is a good friend, encouraging me in the Lord. I thank the Lord for their friendship.Pastor Norman has a praying attitude, desiring the Lord's leadership on this meeting. It has been uplifting after a challenging year. God is good!~John ...
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2 months ago

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This week I'm attending campmeeting in Lake City, Fl. The fellowship here is sweet. The harmony of God's people singing is encouraging and uplifting. The preaching, which is the best part of this campmeeting, is convicting. God is using every part of this meeting to encourage and challenge me in my walk with the Lord. ...
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2 months ago

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At a camp meeting for the week at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Lake City, FL. Pray for God's blessings on these services.~John ...
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2 months ago

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Ephesians 3:20-2120¶Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us,21Unto him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus throughout all ages, world without end. Amen. ...
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2 months ago

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Last year, at this time, we were just recovered from the most awful sickness to ever sweep through our family. We headed to a camp meeting in Lake City, Florida. It was a great meeting and such a blessing to our family. We didn't really keep up with the news much that week. We missed all the announcements about a virus from China looking like a threat to the United States. The next week a two week quarrantine became a new topic. In the following days, we cancelled a long-planned missions trip to Peru. It was not much longer before our entire calendar was wiped clean and a trip to Portugal was also scrubbed. With no trips planned and no scheduled meetings, I didn't know how financially, we were going to get through the year. It is one year later. We are on our way to the camp meeting in Lake City. We didn't do everything we had hoped to do this year but we are clothed and well-fed. God has met all of our needs. Our support has continued to increase even in a pandemic. I am expecting great things from God this week and I just want to praise Him for all the wonderful ways He has cared for us this year. He has done exceedingly, abundantly, above all that we could ask or think. ...
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2 months ago

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I just want to praise God for His goodness. Wednesday I was discouraged, until I went to church. It was such a blessing! I had prayed that God would lead me to the right place, and He answered that prayer. He gave me exactly what I needed.~ Anna ...
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2 months ago

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Last Saturday, I helped build shelters for goats and ponies. I had never done anything like that but I said I would be happy to assist. I made plenty of mistakes and found it required a good deal of patience. We got it done, though. I learned a few things and had a great time doing it!~ John ...
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2 months ago

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Living in a new place is exciting and comes with new opportunities. I moved to Ringgold, Georgia and have been living there for a month. In that month, I had the chance to help a fellow missionary move to Texas, make new friendships, learn how to renovate an apartment room, and encourage Bible college students in their walk with the Lord. Looking back over this past month, I'm grateful for the Lord leading me to Ringgold, Georgia. Looking ahead, I can't wait to do these same opportunities and more on a larger scale as a missionary to the Deaf around the world.~ Paul ...
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2 months ago

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The Olson's prayer letter for November & December 2020 ...
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2 months ago

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Sometimes it feels like things are not moving fast enough but each day is one step closer to getting to the field. ~Tricia ...
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2 months ago

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Image description: “Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things. Those things, which ye have both learned, and received, and heard, and seen in me, do: and the God of peace shall be with you.” Philippians‬ ‭4:8-9‬ ‭KJV‬‬I’m looking forward to starting a new semester of study with VBBC, Victoria Baptist Bible College. I am thankful for the ongoing opportunity to learn more each day. I am praying that I will not only receive and hear the teaching, but as in this verse, to continue to apply what I learn, as God continues to work in me and through me. I am thankful for His provision of mature Christians around me to learn from and for their faithful teaching.~ Marie ...
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2 months ago

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This past year has been challenging with church meetings. Churches, due to coronavirus, often had to cancel services, and it led to many changes in our meetings. Still, God is faithful. Last night, we popped in a new church. The pastor on the spot let us speak for few minutes about our ministry, and he invited us back for a date in March, to be part of their Missions Emphasis month. ~ John ...
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2 months ago

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I am thankful to be a blessing to others. Over the past several days, the Lord has opened door after door for me to serve alongside His people or help the Godly leaders He has placed in my life. It truly is an honor to be a servant of the Most High.~ Paul ...
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3 months ago

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Today, I started taking pictures off the walls to wrap and pack away into boxes. It has been difficult to know how to proceed most of the last year. Slowly, but surely, we have continued to make steps toward moving our ministry to Portugal. These are steps of faith and harder to take in a world of such turmoil.Of all the preparations, taking down pictures is the the hardest for me personally. My walls are mostly decorated with family photos. They look back on the special moments and happiest of times. Through the glass smiling faces look back at me. Many are of our oldest two from infancy to adulthood. Some of them are the faces of ones we have laid to rest through the years; we cherish their memories. There are portraits: our engagement, our wedding, Deborah asleep on folded hands just three weeks old. Were we really so young?So many are snapshots taken on trips: the boat ride to Chichen Itza, Deborah with twin cousins at Grandma's house, Eric on my Grandpa's knee at my aunt's in New Jersey and one of him catching a fish with Uncle Bill. Every background reminds me of the countless wonderful places we have enjoyed: the Grand Canyon, Disney World, New York Harbor, the Washington Coast and so many stops in between. Foreign destinations are in the mix as well: Germany, France, Australia, Panama, Peru and China . Missions has carried us from coast to coast and around the world. About the time portraits of a junior-senior banquet appeared, photos of a little Peruvian girl also joined the collection and we began making more frequent trips to Peru. It took four years for Amanda to come home. Eric was in high school when the cutest kid China ever had made his debut among the frames with Deborah's college graduation and Eric's senior pics. I think my favorite one in the whole collection is of all four of my children together leaning over the concrete rail by the St. John's River. We have been so blessed!Six years ago we added a collage from the surprise cruise to Hawaii the kids gave us for our twenty-fifth wedding anniversary, the most wonderful of all the trips we have ever taken. Are we really that old?The last portrait that was hung is of Amanda in her dazzling quinceañera gown, proudly turning fifteen. We had already started packing boxes but it still needed to take its place of honor with all the rest.I love missions, and I can truly say there is nothing else I would rather do. I eagerly started packing up boxes quite some time ago. Today was difficult though. Today, I started taking my heart off the walls.~Tricia ...
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3 months ago

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Image text: “The sovereignty of God is the pillow upon which the Christian rests their head”. C.H. SpurgeonI am so thankful that God is sovereign yesterday, today and forever and is never changing. It’s exciting to start this new year knowing that he will bring His plans to pass and that the events of the world will not hinder them. Please pray for churches to continue to offer opportunities for us to present our ministry and for us to be able to raise our support quickly, to be ready to continue ministering as countries open up their borders again.~ Marie ...
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3 months ago

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Ephesians 3:20-21 Is our theme for the year. God is able!! 20 Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us, 21 Unto him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus throughout all ages, world without end. Amen. ~John ...
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3 months ago

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For the first few days of school this week, the space heaters I had did not do a lot to warm the classroom. Thanks to the folks at Harvest Deaf Ministries, the Olsons, and a nice kerosene heater, we have a warm room for the first time today! ~ Anna ...
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3 months ago

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Today, I taught a Bible college class for the deaf and preached in a chapel service. It is encouraging to see a group of young people studying for the deaf ministry. ~John ...
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3 months ago

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Good service this morning at Abundant Harvest Baptist Church in Georgia. Pastor invited us back to present our work and to preach on February 14th. God is good. ...
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3 months ago

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“Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us, Unto him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus throughout all ages, world without end. Amen.” Ephesians‬ ‭3:20-21‬ ‭KJV‬‬This morning (my time here in Australia) we were introduced to this verse as our key verse that we will reflect on as we meet each week as a team online. These meetings have been a blessing to me as we have an opportunity to unite in fellowship and to share time in devotions and prayer. I am thankful that my sending church have voted to support me financially and I am looking forward to meeting with churches this year as they open up after a long lockdown here in Melbourne, Australia.We know that God is able to succeed with His plans!~ Marie ...
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3 months ago

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As we travel on deputation, we are frequently asked about how churches can start deaf ministries or how they can help their deaf ministry to grow. The most basic element is sign language proficiency.While our focus is on foreign missions to the deaf, this year, while we are still on deputation, we want to try and help local (or churches here in America) churches train people to reach the Deaf with the Gospel. John will be teaching Beginner ASL online starting Monday, January 25 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. EST. This class will be taught using a total immersion method with no voice interpreter. I will be teaching an online interpreting class. The purpose of these classes will be to improve upon existing skills for church ministry interpreting. My class will be offered Thursday evenings from 6:00-8:00 p.m. EST. Students will need to be at least conversational in sign language to participate.Classes will cost $180 per adult or $300 per married couple. This includes enrollment to the class online through GoReact, allowing you to submit homework assignments any time during the week. Classes should be meeting once a week, continuing through to the second week of May for a total of 16 weeks. Only 20 slots are available for each class. Comment below if you are interested and we will contact you. Be sure to say which class you would like to participate in. ...
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3 months ago

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Happy 2021 to our friends in every corner of the world! ~ Anna ...
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4 months ago

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Merry Christmas to all our supporters! Because of your prayers and support we are able to bring the message of salvation to people who otherwise might never have known. Christmas highlights in my mind even more what Go Deaf Missions is all about. We appreciate you all so very much. ~ Anna ...
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4 months ago

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Let us hold fast the profession of our faith without wavering; (for he is faithful that promised;)Hebrews 10:23 KJV ...
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4 months ago

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Almost every week since David's diagnosis, we have met people who are blind or who work with the blind. This Sunday we met a pastor who is losing his vision. I am so thankful God is putting people in our path who are teaching David God can use him even if he loses his sight. In the mean time we are praying the progression of his loss will stop entirely. I feel like I see changes even since the diagnosis. As a mom, it is hard to stand by and helplessly watch, but I trust God has a perfect plan for David and for us. Maybe he will be the first ever full-time Deafblind missionary.. for everyone praying for David, we thank you ever so much. People often ask us if we need anything and I never really know how to answer that question. On one hand, we always need something and on the other hand, we have a heavenly father who supplies our every need. I think it would be a blessing to David, though, if some praying people could drop a note in the mail to encourage David's heart. He is doing amazingly well with all of this but every day I can see the struggle. Being on the road all the time makes it difficult for David and Amanda to forge friendships with other kids. Notes from kids would be a blessing, too. Until May, we are receiving mail at:Harvest Deaf Ministries1314 Old Three Notch RoadRinggold, GA 30736~Tricia ...
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4 months ago

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www.facebook.com/DeafBibleConference/videos/403898237712258/ ...
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4 months ago

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Seeing the posts from missionaries and friends I have met and worked with makes me more and more desirous to return to serving them. We are all praying for international travel to open up soon. In the meantime, I am glad to be at Harvest Deaf Ministries, where I have godly friends my age to fellowship with. ~ Anna ...
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4 months ago

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Happy Thanksgiving!!We are thankful for God's blessings and for your prayers and support during this challenging year.~John ...
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4 months ago

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Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name. For the Lord is good; his mercy is everlasting; and his truth endureth to all generations.Psalms 100:4‭-‬5 KJVWishing you all a happy Thanksgiving!~ Anna ...
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5 months ago

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Olsons' Prayer Letter for September / October 2020 ...
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5 months ago

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Share with everyone. Pray for this conference. ...
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5 months ago

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Well, God does sure does amazing things! On Sunday I had the pleasure of interpreting the morning and evening services at a church during their missions emphasis month. I met a number of delightful people there, among whom was a little girl who is seven. She was in Sunday school in the morning, but she watched me interpret the whole evening service. We talked about sign language afterward and I gave her one of our American Sign Language alphabet cards. This week her mom sent me this beautiful message: Hi Anna, you interpreted at [our church] this last Sunday and my little girl loved it. Going home she said, Mom, that’s what I want to do when I grow up. Be a missionary to the deaf. She takes the card you gave her with her everywhere and spends her free time watching sign language videos and studying the card. She also prays every night to be a missionary. So I want to thank you for the work you are doing! you’re not only changing lives for the deaf but touching hearts of the [hearing] also.~ Anna ...
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5 months ago

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This week I am attending a Baptist International Outreach conference and enjoying getting to meet some missionaries for the first time and see some missionary friends again. It has already been an uplifting and challenging conference.~ Anna ...
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5 months ago

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“Then was our mouth filled with laughter, and our tongue with singing: then said they among the heathen, The LORD hath done great things for them.” Psalm 126:2We have been so blessed to be in a church this week which believes with all their hearts that the purpose of the church is missions. To demonstrate their love for missions, they spend all year long every year shopping for and preparing for their missions. They set up a "store" every night after the services and load their missionaries with gifts. Each night they packed our car with more blessing than we knew how to contain. This is what they did for our family over the last three days. We are so utterly amazed and we thank God for each and every gift He has sent our way. ~Tricia ...
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5 months ago

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Tonight, I spoke with Keith Ford, a retired missionary to the deaf in Jamaica and the Bahamas for over 50 years. What a faithful testimony! ...
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5 months ago

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We are excited to have received several boxes of school books and posters from a Christian school teacher last weekend. Certain ones I have been needing since the beginning of the year. Certain ones also are bound for foreign shores. ~ Anna ...
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5 months ago

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Prayer works!! Last week, prayers were asked for several missionaries for the deaf with COVID. Every one has gotten better or well. PTL!~John ...
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6 months ago

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By the providence of God, it has happened our friends and fellow missionaries Robert and Lisa Gunter are also at Harvest Deaf College this semester. It is great to have the opportunity to catch up and share future ministry plans. Lisa has graciously agreed to teach us Australian Sign Language ( Auslan). Sometimes it is hard to keep the signs we know from other countries from creeping in, but learning Auslan is valuable to our team.Last week while discipling Sarah in Australia using Marie as an interpreter, we had a nice, albeit a little stilted, conversation in Auslan. I felt quite proud of myself. I love that God gives such unique and special opportunities. ...
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6 months ago

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This past week has been filled with news of deaf missionaries and pastors getting sick with COVID. Pray for their recovery and health.~John ...
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6 months ago

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At Harvest Deaf Ministries, I have been so blessed to have one of the college students, who is also my friend, co-teaching with me. Due to schools closing for coronavirus, she couldn't finish her student teaching last semester, and since Harvest is not having their academy this year, she didn't have a place to finish. We were able to work out with the college for her to finish by teaching Amanda and David with me for several weeks. She is adding more fun to our school days. Having two teachers, we have been able to do more science experiments, review games, and hands-on first aid demonstrations. We are so glad to have her work with us this semester.~ Anna ...
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6 months ago

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We spent the weekend at a revival meeting in Lake City. It was the first time I have ever interpreted church in a rodeo arena but I thought the pastor was brilliant to think of using a large outdoor space where people could sit as far from others as made them comfortable. Last week , we went to a preachers fellowship that was dedicated to praying for spiritual revival for our nation. All the songs were about prayer and between every song a preacher got up to pray. The desperation for God to come down in power could not be missed. Everywhere we go this is the heart-felt cry. We need revival. It is refreshing already just to see the desire growing in the heart of so many. It is growing in our hearts as well. .....it is time to seek the Lord. Hosea 10:12 ...
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6 months ago

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“'Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus, Just to take Him at his word; Just to rest upon his promise, Just to know, "Thus saith the Lord." Refrain:Jesus, Jesus, how I trust Him! How I've proved Him o'er and o'er! Jesus, Jesus, precious Jesus! O for grace to trust Him more! O how sweet to trust in Jesus, Just to trust His cleansing blood; Just in simple faith to plunge me ‘Neath the healing, cleansing flood!Yes, 'tis sweet to trust in Jesus, Just from sin and self to cease; Just from Jesus simply taking Life and rest, and joy and peace.I’m so glad I learned to trust Him,Precious Jesus, Saviour, Friend;And I know that He is with me,Will be with me to the end.”Louisa M. R. SteadI’m thankful for hymns that remind me of the truths we learn in the Bible, that continually encourage us on our way.I am preparing for my first meeting outside of my church. It will be this week on Wednesday. May I ask that you please continue to pray with me as I prepare; for the right words to say and that everything will run smoothly with the technology involved as it will be online.Thank you for everyone who supports our team in prayer. ~ Marie ...
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7 months ago

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I am excited to have been invited to present our ministry for the first time at another church next month. Please pray with me as I prepare to share my testimony and the plans for Go Deaf Missions with them during their online service. It’s a blessing that opportunities are starting to open up again here in Melbourne, Australia, even during an extensive lockdown due to Coronavirus. God is always good!~ Marie ...
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7 months ago

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So many people have asked us about David's eyes and reminded us they are still praying for him. We appreciate those prayers so much. Last spring all of the testing we did came back either inconclusive or negative. The doctors told us to check back in a year but they were pretty certain everything was okay. Today, in a routine eye exam for a new eye glasses prescription, the doctor discovered a light oval patch in David's eye and a discoloration of the outer portion of the retina. He described it as "what we would expect to see at the onset of rod deterioration." Not being an opthalmologist, he could not make a diagnosis or say with certainty what he was looking at, only that he had concerns sufficient to refer us to a retina specialist group associated with Emory University. He urged me not to delay at all in getting the appointment and said early intervention could make a significant difference if his suspicions were confirmed. He said these symptoms could be indicators of one of several retina diseases including Usher's Syndrome. We had laid aside most of our concerns about Ushers, but they quickly revived in the doctor's office this afternoon. We tried to assure David that God has a plan for his life and that it is perfect but his sniffles from the back seat coming home made me cry, too. He is such a cool kid and we love him so much. Please pray for God to give us wisdom and favor as we start down this road once again. We trust the Lord will go before us, as always.Thank you for your prayers,Tricia ...
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7 months ago

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Amanda and David are making progress every day in school and it is just exciting. Today Amanda wrote a complete sentence using a diagram to answer a question all by herself, and yesterday David wrote a beautiful letter in proper form all by himself. God is working.~ Anna ...
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7 months ago

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Last Sunday afternoon, I received a blessed opportunity to meet two interpreters for the Deaf in The Villages. The Villages, in case you're unfamiliar with the name, is a group of small towns south of Ocala, FL and northeast of Tampa, FL. Most of its residents are retirees. After introducing myself to these interpreters, I asked them how many deaf live in the area. They told me there are about 125 elderly deaf people living in The Villages. Twenty of them attend the same church as these interpreters. I was surprised to hear their answer. I thought there would be no deaf living in this area. I was wrong. Later that evening, I presented my burden for the deaf around the world with a church in Leesburg, FL. I also preached a message on being available for God to reach the unsaved. At the end of the sermon, I shared what I learned about the deaf living in The Villages. I asked the congregation who is willing to reach those precious deaf souls. One of the ladies of the church started pointing at me, but I spoke up and said all of us need to willing to reach those souls for Christ. When Jesus gave the Great Commission, He gave it to the Church not the young only, or the old only. No, our Lord gave the Church the responsibility for reaching this world for Him. Let us arise and do our part in fulfilling the Great Commission!~ Paul ...
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7 months ago

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At church this week, a pastor asked me to sing after giving my testimony. My favorite song to sing for churches is Rescue the Perishing, because it is missions-focused and has a fast, cheerful melody. But the hymnbook in my hand didn't have that song, so I finally decided to sing The Old Rugged Cross. After church a man came up to me saying, "I liked your song. My wife passed away a few years ago, and she used to sing The Old Rugged Cross in church, but we haven't sung it since she passed. Tonight was the first time. Thank you for singing that." It was neat that God used what I thought was disappointing to encourage someone. ~ Anna ...
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7 months ago

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I am working on the class I am teaching on interpreting from ASL to English at Harvest Deaf Bible College this semester.. Next to teaching the Bible to deaf ladies, this is my favorite thing to teach. I hope it will be a fun and yet profitable endeavor that yields fruit in deaf ministry for years to come.~ Tricia ...
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7 months ago

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Here in Melbourne, Australia, I don’t often see people in public reading their Bibles, but today as I went on my allotted 1hr walk from home through our local parks, I came across a couple of men reading their Bibles on one of the park benches. They looked deep in conversation so I kept going on my way. On my way back home I saw them again, and they had packed up and were walking along the path. We struck up a conversation, and I let them know that I had been encouraged to see them reading their Bibles together. They asked if I was a Christian and I was able to share my testimony briefly, and to answer some questions from one of the men who was seeking to learn more about salvation. The other man has been witnessing to him and shared some of his testimony with me. It was a real encouragement today! I am excited to see God working during this time, as people are reflecting on the meaning of life without its usual distractions. I am praying that more hearts will be stirred and we will see a revival here in Australia. Please pray for these two men who I met today.~ Marie ...
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7 months ago

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The Olson family prayer letter for July and August 2020. ~ John ...
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7 months ago

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Here at Harvest Deaf Ministries, I have had the privilege of having a schoolroom. When we came in this morning we saw this sweet note from Robert and Lisa Gunter. ~ Anna ...
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7 months ago

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This month, I received another supporting church from Florida. Let's give all the glory to God!~ Paul ...
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