PODCAST: Bush on Hong Kong and Deaf Ministry

David Bush, LCMS missionary, talks about life in Hong Kong and deaf ministry. 

The recent news cycles have been full of news from Hong Kong. David Bush joins the podcast today to talk about life in Hong Kong and his work with the deaf community there. He serves at Lutheran School for the Deaf in Hong Kong and helps another missionary, Michael Wu, in Macau.

David works primarily with the deaf community in both Hong Kong and Macau. On the podcast today, he talks about how American Sign Language shares the Gospel, particularly in the church’s liturgy. He also finds this liturgy particularly helpful in sharing the Gospel with the deaf.

You can support David and Barbara Bush directly. You can also sign up for his email newsletter if you email him directly. Finally, you can find them on Facebook as well.

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If you have any questions for me, please send an email. I look forward to answering your questions and reading your comments.

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Roy S. Askins

The Rev. Roy S. Askins now serves as managing editor for The Lutheran Witness the official publication of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.