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Remember the show "Eight Is Enough?"  Well, to some extent, for David and Sarah Booth, "eight is enough" to make a "dream come true."  I'm not talking about eight children.  I'm referring to eight deaf people who recently attended a "Deaf Church" service in Portugal.  Let's pray that these eight would come to know Jesus and that they would become the foundation for a growing church in their country.

Click here to learn more about David and Sarah Booth's ministry in Portugal

(Photo of David Booth with Andy Napier)