Vision projects are designed to give a general introduction to the Celtic ministry of The CeLT and the expanded vision and ministry of Linguæ Christi. Vision projects are a non-committal way for Linguæ Christi to share vision and strategy toward possible partnerships with people and entities interested in longer-term missions involvement. Vision projects are ideal for representatives from:
These are professionals involved in collegiate ministry who would like to explore partnership possibilities for involving their students in missions activities in Celtic and other European areas. This would include campus ministers, collegiate pastors, State Convention collegiate ministry representatives, representatives of Christian colleges/universities/seminaries, especially those who might be interested in an academic dimension to partnership missions opportunities for their students.
These are local church, association, and state convention representatives, interested in exploring possibilities for long-term, active partnership with the work of the Linguæ Christi/CeLT.
These are representatives of different missions agencies/organisations interested in partnership possibilities with Linguæ Christi/CeLT and
These are individual long-term field missionary candidates. We encourage everyone who is exploring joining our mission to come and see as part of their decision process.
Linguæ Christi conducts an exchange programme for university and secondary students as well as older adults and families. These aren’t your average mission trips in Europe; the aim of these projects is cultural exchange with a strong educational component, focusing on the languages, cultures, histories of indigenous minority language groups. As a specifically Christian cultural experience, participants will explore matters of faith with local believers, those open to spiritual discussions and other interested parties.
Project participants cannot seek employment or remuneration of any kind during their time with us. All participants must raise all financial support prior to their arrival.
Project costs do not include travel insurance, screening costs or airfare to the field of service. However these costs are otherwise inclusive for all on-field costs: food, lodging, internal travels, ministry supplies and training.