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T4A 2015 ASL

Blog post written by Scott Crawford, T4A Conference Coordinator

It is our pleasure to announce that — after months of working on this — we have enlisted a team of ASL (American Sign Language) interpreters for T4A. They will be available for all the main sessions, workshops as well as serve as language facilitators in the childcare areas. Here is the statement from the director of Signs for Hope, Becky Lloyd:

After my initial contact from Scott Crawford about the possibility of securing an ASL interpreter for his deaf son, Luke, during the upcoming T4A conference in November, I began to ask about the possibility of securing additional ASL interpreters for the entire conference to give access to Deaf pastors and Deaf lay-leaders across the southeast. Scott felt this would be an awesome opportunity to give these folks the ability to benefit from some of the best teachings in this area of ministry and I set out to secure qualified ASL interpreters for this event as I have done for multiple Empowered to Connect conferences across the US and two CAFO conferences over the past 5 years. I am pleased to inform you we now have ample qualified ASL interpreters secured for T4A 2015. Be assured we are praying God will bless this event for His glory and cannot wait to see how God will work in every aspect of it.

Join us this November 5-7 for Together for Adoption Conference 2015. Visit the conference website to learn more.

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