Sarita Fowler

Sarita Fowler (ThM, 2014) learned how to sign for the Deaf and speak fluent Spanish as she followed in her mother’s roots and passion of serving others. Sarita received her BS and MA in Spanish from the University of Central Florida. She works as an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter for the Deaf and a Spanish professor in Tallahassee. As a Nationally Certified Interpreter (NCI) she has served the Deaf community for more than fifteen years.

Sarita Fowler’s Contributions

8 Ways to Get Involved with the Deaf

Whenever Christians engage the Deaf sensitively and respectfully, their efforts please Christ. To fulfill Christ’s mandate,…
July 26, 2016

The Great Commission Here at Home: Sharing Christ with the Deaf Community

Many Christians unwittingly overlook the world’s third-largest unreached people group, many of whom live in the United States.…
July 14, 2016

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