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Anita Tosh lives in Northern California with her husband of almost fifty years and their little Schnoodle, Mitzi. She is a lover of the word of GOD, has taught Sunday school, Bible studies and at ladie's prayer groups. She also loves gardening and cooking.
Tommy is a young deaf boy. His older sister, Theresa is his link to the rest of the world.
When they go to First Commandment Apostolic Church, their world changes for ever. More people try to communicate with him and it seems everyone knows how to sign "Praise the Lord."
The idea for Tommy came when Sister Emmons, a big hearted saint, came to our church and brought her deaf ministry with her. This time was much like "God's Armory" when Theresa and Tommy came.
I have always been interested in deaf people and sign language because my dad wore a hearing aid and without it he was completely deaf.
The whole church loved Theresa and Tommy and went out of their way to make them welcome. They were especially good friends with Rosa and Carmen Rivas, Bobby’s two oldest girls. They picked up sign language so quickly, and that made Tommy feel comfortable. Everyone in the family tried to talk in sign while around him so as not to leave him out. Many of the saints were learning sign language as well, at least a little bit. Some were learning a lot. It became common to see people greet one another by signing Praise the Lord. Everyone enjoyed watching Theresa interpret for Tommy during service, and this brought in other deaf people who began attending the services.