By God’s mercy, two and a half years ago we began with a team of Basque believers to plant a community of Christian faith in Euskara, the Basque language, here in the Basque Country. In 2019 the group was very small and we had meetings twice a month, but in 2020 the group grew and we began to meet every week as we continue to do today. As time went by we saw the conversion of Euskaldunes (Basque speakers) to Christ and the baptism of some of them. Without a doubt we saw the hand of God at work in the community! We can say that today the church in Basque, Kale Argia, is a reality and that there is a team of local Basque leaders. By the Lord’s grace and love, he allowed us to serve in this whole process, and we give all the glory to Him.(more…)
During this period of the pandemic in general and particularly the past month or so, some of our basic needs for operating as a missions organisation have become blatantly clear to us. Like any other organisation in the world, we require funding in order to operate. Unlike a Church, which receives regular donations, or a business, which can make profits, we are completely dependent on donations for all operating expenses, which are a constant reality.(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…)
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En este video, Daniel y Martu hablan sobre su llamado al País Vasco y también sobre el pueblo vasco. Por favor continúe orando por esta familia, por su sustancia económica y por el evangelio en Euskal Herria.(more…)
For some time we’ve been praying and seeking ways to join in Gospel work in Euskal Herria, the Basque Country, in northern Spain and southwestern France. The distinctiveness of the language and culture of the Basque Country has helped show the need for a missions strategy for reaching euskaldunes—speakers of Euskara, the Basque language—and we’re grateful for the many new acquaintances and colleagues that we’ve met involved in mission work there.(more…)