Philippines attend Korean World Deaf Mission Conference

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The Philippine Deaf Christian Community was privileged to be invited by Korean Yewon Church to attend as special guests to the 2009 World Deaf Mission Conference from August 1 – 7, 2009 at Seoul, South Korea.

Rev. Chung Eun-chu, Conference Chairman and Senior Pastor of Yewon Church wants Christ\’s light to shine to the deaf all over the world including the Filipino people \”where is is with filled the culture of darkness, deaf remnants, deaf lay leaders and deaf businessmen will arise.\”

The nineteen-person Philippine Team was led by Pastor Julius Andrada, Deaf Pastor of Capitol City Baptist Church Deaf Ministry (CCBCDM) and Deaf Coordinator of CAP College Foundation. She was accompanied by his wife and CAP College Registrar May Andrada, their two children (Jules and Laicca) and their ward Miraluna Onggon.

The CCBC Deaf Ministry was composed of Ptr. Rolando Landicho, Catherine Mailem, Rodante De Torres and Jeremicah Penir. CAP College group includes Harold Viray, Michael Valois, Perseus Rendal, Ylena Kristina Reyes and Ms. Revie Garcia.

MCCID College Team was led by Sir Jojo Esposa who is also the team\’s official sign language interpreter. Other members from MCCID include Sir Ervin Reyes, Sir Jerome Marzan, Eleazar Fancubit and Joanna Teves.

The Korean Team was led by Rev. Choi Duck-Keun, Director of the Department of Deaf Ministry, Deaf Asst. Pastor Juwon Chung and Sign language/English Interpreter Ms. Gloria Nayeon Kwon. Ms. Hanna Jang and Mr. Deayeob Kwan provided the English interpretation.

The conference aims to equip the deaf participants to commit themselves for spreading the Good News of God through Jesus Christ and evangelize the world focusing on deaf people. Based on Korean statistics, there are 300,000 Korean Deaf population and around 70 million Deaf people worldwide.

Aside from attending the conference, the Philippine Team were also treated to the beauty of Seoul, Korea. The team visited the Seoul Manmade Stream, National Museum of Korea, Namsan Cable Car and N Seoul Tower.

All expenses were paid for by the Korean Church as part of their worldwide evangelization. Visit their official website at www.deafmission.net.

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9 Comments

  • deaf school August 29, 2009 at 1:37 pm -

    wow… find it interesting… hope it’ll be beneficial for me and my friends…

  • sumera shoukat August 30, 2009 at 10:52 pm -

    hi
    Greeting in the name of Jesus Christ.
    i am sumera shoukat from pakistan and working for orphens.
    my minisry name souls winner ministry
    and our motto is win the souls for the kihg of Jesus christ.
    i need a some study
    i want a attend conference.
    please give me information.
    i need a help
    thanks
    sumera shoukat

  • sempa November 3, 2009 at 9:06 am -

    Praise our Lord jesus christ ,i also want to attend the world deaf mission conference in case it happy again and i would like to know weather it’s there every year.I will be greatful my brothers and sisters in christ.I hve an infantry cetificate in sign laguange and very soon i will up grading.May God bless you all.

  • Babu January 19, 2010 at 7:14 pm -

    Hello.. Babu is a deaf. I like want join you.. Pl you help me.. Thank you..

  • reuben peter wuni May 20, 2010 at 9:41 pm -

    hi l am a deaf evangleist from ghana africa am working missionary to the deaf since 1998 to date.so l will like to come to conference.
    thnak you
    reuben peter wuni
    deaf minmistry co-ordinator ghana

  • nusrat July 12, 2010 at 5:24 pm -

    praise the lord
    how are you, i am pastor Nusrat i am from pakistan i am doing ministry plz contect me
    thanks

  • Cyd October 19, 2011 at 7:12 am -

    Hello, my daughter in law also knows how to do sign language. She was teaching the deaf before.

    I found your site interesting and be telling her about your college.

    I borrowed your picture so when the professors are going to Korea. I also posted a back link to your site to increase your web traffic. This will increase page views.
    I am helping out in promoting tourism in our country to create jobs.

    I think the deaf tourists will be happy to know about your institution.

  • Charles Odira November 27, 2011 at 12:43 am -

    Greetings!
    I am Deaf Pastor Charles Odira, ministered to the Deaf Ministry at Harvest Mission Deaf Church in Nairobi, Kenya. I preached the word of God in sign language to the Deaf congregation. I shared their believe , dream and commitment to service among the Deaf community.

    I would like to study more at your institution.

    I also would like to attend conference for the Deaf.

    Thank you

  • chukwu victor December 18, 2012 at 2:07 am -

    hello brethren in vineyard
    my name is chukwu victor. i am from Nigerian in west Africa a black race.
    i happen heard and read the world deaf mission my soul was rejoice. i love to work in the lord vineyard as a evang so on, in order to harvest more deaf in the world wide for christ as a soul winner.i sure God shall give us a crown of everlasting in his kingdom.
    note i am thirsty to work with you in world deaf
    i will be very happy and grateful if you welcome me as a brethren God bless you
    thank you all that are working in the lord vineyard
    yours brethren
    chukwu victor.

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