It is time to activate the human rights issue of immediate & direct accessible communication for the 48 million Americans who suffer hearing loss. The book offers solutions to overcome the lack of hearing accessibility in the church and public venues.
48,000,000 Americans suffer hearing loss. It is time to activate on this human rights issue.
David Harrision, an advocate for hearing accessibility and president of 'Let My People Hear", says "No hard-of-hearing person should be deprived of the rights to hear. When you deny hearing accessibility to one, you exclude all hard-of-hearing."
The "I Want To Hear!" campaign has been his heart's cry for years. He suffered all sorts of communication trials in school, college, on the mission field, marriage and the church.
As a child, Harrison was placed in 'Special Ed' classes at Jefferson Elementary School for all 8 years - because he was profoundly hard of hearing. Wanting to learn, he changed high schools and graduated, then went on to Bethel College and graduation from Bible College in Edmonton, Alberta. He resides with his wife Cathy in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
At the age of 70, Harrison concluded that there was little real help for hard of hearing people. He felt his only solution for the rest of his life was either total seclusion or suicide. God, in His wise council, led him to spend 14 days in prayer and fasting for wisdom. That plea to God, "I want to hear!", brought great victory and answers that changed his life.
Read the book,
wear the pin, contact & organize with others,
attend our Hearing Rights Convention in Chattanooga in 2019!