After a busy fall visiting various ministry partners and colleagues across Europe, I want to close my series of blogposts by sharing a few opportunities coming up in the next few months.
In conjunction with the SUNS Festival and Concert (a secular festival devoted to highlighting music from minority language groups in Europe), I’m hoping to travel a bit more to areas of minority languages in Northern Italy toward the middle and end of November. Prayers for travel issues, connections, and ministry opportunities are appreciated.
Right after Christmas, I’ll be going to a Conference in Germany called “Revive,” which is for university students in Europe, who are Evangelical Christian and with an interest in missions. We are always trying to recruit more European Evangelical (especially students) to be involved in our various projects, especially the summer projects for students. Pray that this will be a fruitful time to connect European Christian students with opportunities for missionary service.
Due to some family and medical issues, for the foreseeable future, I will be working remotely from Tennessee during the first two months of the year. This is a fairly quiet time for me locally in Wales, and the type of work I would ordinarily be doing at that time of year can be done from anywhere. Though I will be involved in these medical/family responsibilities, I will also be working (i.e., this isn’t vacation/holiday). I would enjoy having the opportunity to connect with campus ministries and Churches during this time. Due to my family responsibilities, however, I will not be travelling quite as much or as far as I often do, when I return to the US for an extended time. However, Middle TN, Northern Alabama/Mississippi would definitely be within that range for a visit. Just let me know. I arrive on 4 January and depart on 7 March 2023.
Thank you again for taking the time to read through some of these things that have been happening over the past few months. Your prayers and interest and giving mean so much to me and to all of us at Linguæ Christi. Thanks for being a strategic part of our ministry.