Lutheran School of the Deaf Celebrates 50 years in Hong Kong

Episode 16 · July 24th, 2018 · 16 mins 45 secs

About this Episode

At the end of May, the Lutheran School for the Deaf in Hong Kong celebrated 50 years of service to the deaf community in Hong Kong. The Lutheran School for the Deaf remains the only continues to provide instruction and vocational teaching for the deaf of Hong Kong.

In the podcast today, David Bush joins me to talk about his life, wife, and work in Hong Kong where he serves at Lutheran School for the Deaf among other places. You can learn more about the Bush's work on the [LCMS website](lcms.org/bush), and on their Facebook page. You can also email David directly. [Please support the Bush family and help them continue to proclaim the Gospel in Hong Kong and Macau](lcms.org/givenow/bush).

A quick thank you to Paul Norris and Sarah Frank for the music today. This recording of Abide With Me was played by Paul Norris and Sarah Frank. Paul also produced the recording.

Finally, if you want to learn more about the work of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod in Asia, please connect with us on Facebook or visit my website, [Askins in Asia](askinsinasia.com/blog) for more stories. Please email me for questions about the podcast or how to support the proclamation of the Gospel in Asia.