How can they hear the [Gospel] without a preacher [interpreter]?" (Romans 10:14)
"Deaf people can do anything hearing people can, except hear"
Dr. I. King Jordan
Welcome to the online home of SigningwithVal where we have a two-fold mission.
We want to reach Deaf and Hard of Hearing people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ by providing videos in ASL. We also endeavor to teach others how to communicate with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Communities in their language (ASL).
"As it was my first experience in learning ASL, I don't think I could've found a better instructor than Val. She enjoys teaching, is easy to understand, and doesn't mind repeating herself for the sake of being able to understand the material. The lessons were a very enlightening experience about the deaf community." Arthur S
"The ASL class with Val was an absolute blessing. She is certainly well qualified and able to encourage the entire class regardless of their knowledge level. Her sweet inner spirit gleams through in every class. Would recommend to anyone who is interested in learning ASL in the best possible atmosphere." - Wynona W
"It was such an exceptional experience to have taken Val's ASL class where she not only was an excellent teacher, but also made the class so much fun and very enjoyable. Besides being an excellent facilitator, she is totally approachable and always willing to give extra help with patience, understanding, and good humor. It was so inspiring to see Val's passion, dedication, and love for her skill. I feel grateful to have been in Val's class, but blessed to have had such a lovely person pass through my life." - Janice S
"I have completed ASL I and II with Val Johnson. Val is a wonderful, informative instructor as well as being a truly caring person who really wants to see her students succeed. She kept the classes fun and “on tract” while still making sure no one fell behind. I am sure we had her ready to “throw her hands up and run” a time or two but she hung in there and we were all the better for it. I would highly recommend her to anyone considering ASL." - Connie M.H.