Praise God! After months of delays and setbacks after the COVID-19 pandemic closed borders and government offices, we’ve received news that visa services have restarted. One of our personnel has already submitted an application and the other will look to join us in the new year.(more…)
Many of you know that for many years, we have had a programme during the summer months for believers during their university student years. We’ve had literally hundreds of people to come and serve with us through these types of projects over the years. Personally, it has been a joy and honour to work with so many incredible students over the years.(more…)
The Explorer projects are ideal for recent college/university/seminary graduates, who are at a transition point in their lives, and willing to give some time to missions, before the next stage in their careers or further studies. These are projects, which are for 7-24 months, though the majority of which are about 12 months in duration. The primary focus for all of these assignments is to be a part of a local team, where the “Explorer” would use his or her passion to make Jesus known to those who do not yet know Him personally.(more…)
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En este video, John habla de nuestro equipo en el País Vasco y como puede ser parte del trabajo allí. Si le gustaría dar a Linguæ Christi para apoyar este ministerio, puede hacer un donativo en nuestra página web.
In this video John talks about our team in the Basque Country and how you can be a part of the work there. If you would like to give to Linguæ Christi to support this ministry, you can make a donation on our website.(more…)
Thanks to my father, I have, since childhood, held strong convictions for correcting injustice. Growing up on a tobacco farm in rural Virginia in the 1960s and 70s, my father was also raised with the understanding that all people, regardless of race or socioeconomic class, should be treated with respect. Much of this was counter to that of his fellow white peers, especially at the time of integration.(more…)
This Scottish Gaelic song is full of loss, defiance and isolation—somehow it feels fitting this evening. Prayers to our friends and partners around the world tonight.(more…)