How about "Finger Talkin’ " or something along that line ? (It’s probably taken too)
Thank you, for the positive comment. I’m afraid my desire for wanting to learn ASL (and create the blog) probably has a limited audience (hearing impaired Christians). My heart goes out to someone who cannot “hear” The Word being taught, but maybe could be reached if they could somehow “see” The Word (through signs).
Not every church or community group has the staffing (or volunteer) capacity for hearing-impaired outreach, so this desire was laid on my heart a while ago. (I have a very dear friend who is actually doing this now in the US, and she is totally jazzed at the fruit it is bearing.) I thought that a blog (including photos and videos) could help reach people anywhere, at anytime. Maybe it was just a pipe dream for me, but it doesn’t have to be for others who are truly gifted, such as yourself.
Our move to Taiwan however kind of put the ASL desire on the back burner, so now I just have to try my best to keep up with my learning before it becomes too rusty. Your courses are excellent. Maybe someday I can utilize the signs - who knows what doors He will open. I am ever the optimist.
I did a little research, and I believe there is a TSL equivalent (Taiwanese Sign Language) so who knows. But heaven help me, the written/spoken languages here (Mandarin and Taiwanese) are difficult enough as it is. To try and learn TSL might overwhelm what little brain cells I have left. But again, one never knows.
I wish you great success with whatever road you take, and I have faith that no matter what it is, it will reach and enrich many, many lives. Blessings to you as you use your gift.