We are glad to have you stop by to visit our website.
It has been prepared with YOU in mind – we want you to be able to see all that God is doing in our ministry here.
LOOK TO THE RIGHT in the blue box. Those are our newest links to the school blog. We will keep posting NEW THINGS there for your information and prayer. You can also look us up on FACEBOOK for more photos and activity reports.
We pray that your visit to our website will enlighten you and bring you to praise God with us for the wonderful things He is doing in our north-eastern corner of the Island of Enchantment.
We were encouraged to receive an email which included the following:
We really love the web site and the news letter “With These Hands.”
I must tell you the question “What is it like to be hearing?” really spurred some interesting conversation. We really had difficulty trying to figure how we would explain to someone who does not have hearing what it means to hear. We are truly amazed at you and the staff and how you work with the students.
On the web site under language development the story about teaching a 4 year old gave us a small glimpse of what it must be like. I’ll tell you what though, it gave us a whole bunch of different ways to pray for you all.
Thanks to all who come to read and pray for this ministry.
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Check out this video to see a review of our ministry. The video is from 2015 so the students are older and the plants are taller but the rest is still the same. Below is video from 2014:
From San Juan Take #26 to Carolina, the Road #66 to Rio Grande, the go right on Road #3 (east) to Luquillo, pass the Kiosks, pass Walgreens, take the exit SALIDA on right. Turn RIGHT at the bottom onto Road 992 and pass the factories and Bomberos / Fire Department. STAY ON THAT ROAD if the road divides, GO LEFT! This road becomes #991. After three divides, three lefts you will be at road 983. We are at kilometer 2.0 on the LEFT with very blue buildings. The first blue building on the left is NOT OUR SCHOOL. That is children’s program headstart. Go more and you will see the sign that says Christian School and Chapel for the Deaf.
Pray with us for born-again teachers and support staff who will partner with us to educate and disciple the Deaf children of our island.
The Christian School and Chapel for the Deaf Inc is recognized as public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS Tax Code Section 170(b)(1)(A)(ii) which states the charity’s “primary function is the presentation of formal instruction and it normally maintains a regular faculty and curriculum and normally has a regularly enrolled body of pupils or students in attendance at the place where its educational activities are regularly carried on.”
CSCD Inc does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, age, ancestry, disability, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, acceptance of students, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our students and volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and clients. CSCD Inc. holds to a Biblical Statement of Faith that each volunteer is required to honor during their term of service. This Statement of Faith includes a code of conduct which is taken from the Bible and is to be practiced by the missionaries, volunteers and students as much as is humanly possible.