Young Christians in Goteborg learn Sign Language

By MICHELLE CLAVECILLAS and MARK ANDRO T. MILAN

Date Posted: February 4, 2021

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As the pandemic crisis goes on, the Christian youth in Sweden stay motivated in improving themselves. On January 24, 2021, the young members of the Goteborg Group Worship Service (GWS), Ecclesiastical District of Northern Europe learned new communication skills as they attended a virtual Basic Sign Language activity.

Led by the KADIWA and Binhi officers, the attendees learned how to sign the alphabet, days of the week, numbers, Church terms, greetings, and common phrases that are used in daily conversation with Deaf people.

Alrik Brillantes, a congregation finance auditor who attended, said that it is “important to learn through this activity and apply it in socializing and in dealing with the Deaf and to unite with the Church Administration to be steadfast in our faith.” KADIWA congregation vice president, Emil Eriksson, said that through this activity they “were able to have fun, and to strengthen the bond between each other.” — With reports from INC News Section

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