First Baptist Church, Orange Park, Florida has for many years provided support for Linguæ Christi. In addition to visiting and joining in our current work in Wales, FBC OP has provided funding, fundraising tools, and organisational support for Linguæ Christi’s work across Europe.

Greater Europe Mission has provided leadership, training and support for Linguæ Christi personnel for several years now, making them an important part of our work. GEM’s mission is to multiply disciples and to grow Christ’s Church in order to see God’s Kingdom expand through all the peoples of the world. GEM has over 300 missionaries serving in 33 countries across Europe, Eurasia and North Africa.

The Baltic Methodist Theological Seminary provides evangelical theological training for ministers in Estonia as well as ministers coming from other countries in Europe, and they offer instruction in Estonian, Russian and English. BMTS’s partnership with Linguæ Christi began with the funding for church workers from speakers of the Uralic family of languages through the Kent Burchyett Missions Scholarship Fund.

The Evangelical Alliance connects believers from across the United Kingdom to share the Gospel, lift voices of hope, and build unity as together we make Jesus known. Linguæ Christi is a member of the EA and especially values the work of the Evangelical Alliance in Wales.

Missional Links Wales exists to see Welsh and USA churches working together in unity and with determination and passion in a missional movement that brings spiritual transformation to the nation of Wales. Together, Missional Links Wales and Linguæ Christi long to see the Gospel take root and flourish again in Wales.

Lëtzebuerg brauch d’Evangelium! is a movement of Christians who are passionate about presenting the Gospel to Luxembourgish people in an understandable and clear way in Luxembourgish. The movement’s goal is that many Luxembourgish-speaking people hear the Gospel of Jesus and understand why Jesus invited them to follow him.