Are we listening? Is it any wonder that the numbers of Adventist youth who are deaf are growing in Spain? Can we "hear" from their enthusiasm? Not all who are deaf are "deaf" nor are all those who hear, "hearing." Taida Rivero Herrera, leader for the Deaf, is a passionate teacher of both those who are Deaf and those who are hearing who wish to reach out with the Deaf to those who are seeking a purpose for their lives.


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