This post comes from Landry who served with Linguæ Christi in Wales in 2022.
It had already been a long and tiring day and it felt like everything was against us. Me and Nicko were exhausted because we had been walking throughout a small village and we got nowhere.
This post comes from Nicko who served with Linguæ Christi in Wales in 2022.
One thing that I learned in my time in Wales is that there is not one way to serve God. Loving and serving God is not just being a pastor or working in a church, even though those are important.
This post comes from Kate who served with Linguæ Christi in Wales in 2022.
This summer the Lord has brought me closer to Him in ways I could have never imagined. In the hard and challenging times He brought me in close and wept with me. And yet, in the good times He brought me close and rejoiced with me.
This post comes from Heath who served with Linguæ Christi in Wales in 2022.
Going to Wales this summer has been very encouraging to me and it was amazing to see God at work. One of the things that I really found to be the most impactful was working and building friendships with the members of the chapel.
This post comes from Hannah who served with Linguæ Christi in Wales in 2022.
My summer with Linguæ Christi has been life changing. Seeing the Lord’s hand at work in Europe has exceeded every expectation that I’d had. The biggest lesson that I’ve learned is to trust the Lord’s lead.
As you know, we have been cautiously planning to move forward with having on-field summer projects for students this year here in Wales as well as in several other European countries. I am sure that you have seen several communications from us over these past few months in these newsletters and also in our monthly prayer calendars, regarding our plans for the summer. In spite of the latest lockdown measures and even up to just a couple of weeks or so ago, we were still planning to move forward, again cautiously, with our summer plans.