The battle cry, “LET MY PEOPLE HEAR!” is my plea to churches everywhere to create hearing accessibility for friends with hearing loss.
It is more than having an FM hearing system in the main auditorium. Simple adjustments need to be made in the way we communicate in church, the prayer service and the classroom.
The theme for our ministry came from the book of Exodus and the life of Moses. Through a burning bush on the back side of the Sinai Desert, God told Moses to deliver his people from slavery in Egypt.
Ten times Moses appeared before Pharaoh and demanded him to “Let my people go!” I adapted Moses’ plea to “LET MY PEOPLE HEAR!”
On our 2006 tour of the Holy Land, we purchased this picture of Moses crossing the Red Sea. The artist, Victor Jerusalem, shared the inspiration for his painting with us.
The Shekinah Glory is paving the way through the Red Sea. The thrilling part is that the entire chapter of Exodus 14 is inscribed in ancient Hebrew in the glow of the Shekinah Glory. Exodus 14 tells the amazing story of the parting and crossing of the Red Sea by God’s people.
It is our desire to deliver our people (hard of hearing) from the bondage of silence and loneliness. Our plan is to create a hearing accessible atmosphere within the local church or to start our own unique church. Our goal is to deliver my people from their hearing loss dilemma.
Until the Trumpet Sounds; LET MY PEOPLE HEAR!
David M. Harrison
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