This site is for hard of hearing, the late-deafened, and veterans with hearing loss.
WHERE SMART PEOPLE WITH HEARING LOSS GO TO FIND SOLUTIONS
Jesus healed a deaf man with a prayer
Jesus healed a deaf man with a prayer and a miracle. His prayer was just one word, “Ephphatha,” meaning be open. HE could have said, hear now, because faith comes by hearing the word of God.
HEAR NOW is the name of our latest campaign for hearing accessibility in the house of worship
Jesus slipped His fingers in the man’s ears. Then, spitting, He touched the man’s tongue. Looking up to heaven, He groaned,
Oh, that man would open his ears to hear the word of God and believe.
There is an inner closing, which covers the deepest core of the person, what the Bible calls the ‘heart.’ That is what Jesus came to ‘open,’ to liberate, to enable us to live our relationship with God and with others fully.
That one word, ‘Ephphatha—be opened,’ sums up Christ’s entire mission. He became man so that man, who inwardly is deaf and dumb by sin, would be able to hear the voice of God, the voice of love speaking to his heart, and learn to speak in the language of love, to communicate with God and with others.
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We Are Here to Help You
My name is David M. Harrison, with my wife, Cathy. I was born with a profound bilateral hearing loss. All my life, I felt the sting of discrimination and shame of a hearing handicap.
It was not until 2006 that I cried out for help. There was no support group or doctor to get help. I prayed and fasted for fourteen days. God opened the way to study with the American Academy for Hearing Loss Support Specialists.
Be Your Best Self
Life is full of opportunities, and it is my job to help you figure out which opportunities to take advantage of in order to live the life you want.
Live Your Dreams
When you choose to live a dream, you need a plan to make it come true. Once you have a plan, a coach will help you stick to it and get around any obstacles.
The Bill of Rights for Hard of Hearing: Making the church Hearing accessible for the hearing impaired
This book will give loads of tips, helps, and strategies that may make you and your loved ones happy. The idea of the Bill of Rights for Hard of Hearing in the church is not legal laws to be obeyed; it is not a bunch of Do's and Don'ts. It is a demonstration of God's love to people with hearing loss. The Bill of Rights for Hard of Hearing provides solutions and remedies for hearing problems.
Lord, you know I can't hear: Practical Solutions for People with Hearing Loss
Welcome to the hearing loss community of Knobhill, TN. Our community does not exist geographically but is representational of real people with one thing in common - hearing loss; all degrees of it. We are doctors, nurses, teachers, pastors, business owners, blue-collar workers, and homemakers. Some are school-aged children or in college; others are retired. Every one of us faces challenges and communication breakdowns.
This affects our relationships, jobs, education, social and family life. See what you think. But is real people with one thing in common - hearing loss, all degrees of it. We are doctors, nurses, teachers, pastors, business owners, blue-collar workers, and homemakers. Some are school-aged children or in college; others are retired. Every one of us faces challenges and communication breakdowns. This affects our relationships, jobs, education, social and family life.