Close to home: Welsh speakers, allyship, and justice for the marginalised

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.

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How an old Welsh lady became three Galilean women

This post comes from Amelia and Trey, who live in northwest Wales.

Say “Wales” to an outsider and some of the images conjured will include music, and perhaps even the tired if accurate account of hearing hymns sung at a rugby match. Hymns are important to both those who express faith in God and those who don’t. We’ve joined in the tradition ourselves, in both singing hymns as originally composed and arranging some to play with a guitar. We enjoy these songs and the deep truths expressed through soaring melodies and heart-wrenching harmonies.

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Pray for our personnel

This month we’d like to ask you to pray for Linguæ Christi’s personnel who are scattered across the world at the moment. Please listen as John shares how you can pray for each of us: for our team in the Basque Country and for those of us waiting to travel to Wales to join our team there.

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Digital outreach in quarantined communities

The Covid-19 pandemic brought many ministries to a standstill. Overnight churches were closed, clubs were cancelled and small groups were suspended. Some Welsh-medium churches and believers were able to pivot quickly to digital content and meetings, and with time many more have done so. As we look back over the past few months, we can see how God has been at work.

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