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Our CSCD Volunteer Team

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We said goodbye to these people in May 2016.  The Yoder family had been residents with us for 3 years – doing this and that and lots of other things around the school grounds.  We are praying for them as they settle into the eastern shore of Maryland and Brendan’s job there.

Christie Hoeksema worked with this for the 2015 – 16 school year. She is a graphic designer in Canada and as a Deaf woman served as a great role model for our students.  We thank God for her time with us.

Rosa Soto (right) has been with us since August 2013. Rosa worked in our dorm and in our classrooms.  She served in many areas and is now returning to Pennsylvania and is praying for God’s guidance for her next steps. Rosa’s blog is available HERE.


P1170801Valie is a local man who has been working with us as a volunteer since January 2013.  He is presently checking out options in Florida where his brother lives.  He is thinking of relocating his family there.  Pray for his efforts and God’s direction.



Abby Simmons, a recent graduate of an interpreter training program, served as a teacher with us January to May 2016. We were always encouraged by her joy and pray that as she settles into her life at “home” she will continue to allow God to lead her.


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Carlos Motta – (left) is an interpreter with a local deaf ministry as well as Bible teacher. Carlos comes every Thursday morning to present a Bible lesson to our students. Carlos is married to one of the first students of CSCD, Lydia.

Our volunteers come to us in various ways and from various places. They receive no salary or other earthly compensation for their time spent here. (Though we do offer Tylenol or Ibuprofen.)

CSCD Volunteers complete an application process, must agree with the CSCD Inc. Doctrinal statement, and adhere to the CSCD Staff Conduct Guidelines while serving with the mission.

If you are interested in a short or long term missions experience, please go to our CONTACT US page and send a message.

Without our volunteers and our God we would not be able to continue to do the work that God has called us to do.