Creation: Virtual Student Projects with Linguæ Christi

“A picture is worth a thousand words” is an adage that is probably familiar to most of us. This sentiment has never been more true than in the digital age. Images, design, print, and sound communicate deeply and are central to our efforts to reach the hearts and minds of people. We welcome creatives to come and join us, to learn about the indigenous minority language groups of Europe and to listen to God’s voice of love for them. Together we’ll invite others to join Him and His mission to see the Good News take root in people’s lives.

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Translation: Virtual Student Projects with Linguæ Christi

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Nelson Mandela famously said, “if you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart.” This sentiment is at the centre of our attempts to communicate with and cast vision among Evangelical Christians around the world for the calling that God has given us for European indigenous minority languages speakers. This need to communicate these truths clearly and deeply is highly strategic for our efforts to reach the hearts and minds of people.

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Leadership: Virtual Student Projects with Linguæ Christi

Leading teams of students and adults on short-term projects has been a part of Linguæ Christi’s story from the very beginning. Many of our programme alumni have appreciated the training and instruction we’ve provided over the years, especially when they in turn came to lead their own teams. We want to make the same good investments today in the Kingdom of Good so that people are well-equipped to lead others on mission.

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Business: Virtual Student Projects with Linguæ Christi

Napoleon Bonaparte is rumoured to have said, “an army marches on its belly.” He recognised that a great number of resources—both material and human, and often “behind-the-scenes”—were necessary for success. We at Linguæ Christi feel similarly about the work of mission that God has given to us. We recognise readily that it requires a lot of practicalities (resources, people, processes, systems) to enable a long-term missionary to sit in a cafe in Northern Italy, sharing the Gospel for the first time in fluent Ladin with his or her new friend. Whether we’re speaking of resources, like funds and materials; or people, who perform practical tasks and ministries; or processes and organisations—it all comes together as the means through which God leads and enables His calling and mission to all the people groups of the world.

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