This team will be prayerwalking through communities in North Wales, seeking where God is at work and holding spiritual conversation with Welsh speakers.
11 – 19 June 2019
This short-term project is designed to be a mix between collegiate participants (about half of the total team) and post-university, Church-based adult/youth teams (making up the other half). Teams will come to Northwestern Wales and explore Welsh culture and language while spending time in prayer for local initiatives and populations. We consider prayer to be the best introduction to life here in Welsh-speaking Wales and an essential introduction to Linguæ Christi’s ministry. Teams will also learn about narrative mapping – being able to understand a place and a people group better to assist in relating to them more effectively – and missional conversations – initial interactions with Welsh speakers, where Christian faith and spirituality can be shared naturally and conversationally.
|Focus People Group||Cymry Cymraeg (Welsh speakers)|
|Target Language||Cymraeg (Welsh)|
|Trade Language||British English|
|Dates||11-19 June 2019|
|# of people||6|
Linguæ Christi conducts an exchange programme for university and secondary students primarily during their summer holidays. 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 airfare to the field of service. However these costs are otherwise inclusive for all on-field costs: food, lodging, internal travels, ministry supplies, training, etc.