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Articles by Dr. Foster

Dr. Andrew Foster

The following are a collection of articles written by Dr. Andrew Foster, the founder of Christian Mission for the Deaf.

Twelve Scriptural Reasons Why You Should Be Concerned About The Lost Deaf – This piece examines the Biblical perspectives and attitudes about the Deaf.

The Social Aspect of Deafness — School Years – Dr. Foster was the keynote speaker at the Seventh World Congress of the Deaf in Washington, DC, July 31st, 1975. This speech focuses on challenges faced by those who educate the Deaf: inadequate facilities, trained personnel, financing, communication and most importantly, Spiritual and moral training.

Roots Out Of A Dry Ground – Written by Dr. Foster in 1976, this article briefly describes the Spiritual and educational status of deaf Africans, his calling to the field, and his efforts thus far in evangelizing the deaf.

Roots Out of a Dry Ground

Roots Out of a Dry Ground by Dr. Andrew Foster (MA, LHD) The time: Sunday morning. The place: Ibadan, Nigeria. Dozens of youths and young adults arrive at the Christian Center. They come by bus, taxi, bicycle and foot from different parts of this city of two million residents. Dressed modernly, they “chat” heartily among …

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The Social Aspect of Deafness

The Social Aspect of Deafness: School Years by Dr. Andrew Foster (MA, LHD) Dr. Foster was the keynote speaker at the Seventh World Congress of the Deaf in Washington, DC, July 31st, 1975. This speech focuses on challenges faced by those who educate the Deaf: inadequate facilities, trained personnel, finance, communication and most importantly, Spiritual …

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Twelve Scriptural Reasons…

Twelve Scriptural Reasons Why You Should Be Concerned About The Lost Deaf by Dr. Andrew Foster (MA, LHD) Deafness is a tremendous handicap. It bars countless people from hearing about God’s way of salvation. Every Christian should be concerned about their plight. Here are twelve reasons based upon the Word of God. Because God made …

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