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.


Knowledge: Virtual Student Projects with Linguæ Christi

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Solomon said, “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction.” Learning, information, knowledge, understanding, and wisdom are essential elements in life, especially the life of a follower of Jesus. We at Linguæ Christi believe that these elements are also essential in helping us fulfil the missionary calling and mandate that God has given to us to take the Gospel to speakers of indigenous minority languages in Europe through the medium of their heart languages. Furthermore, in order to bring other believers from around the world along with us in the fulfilment of this vision, we must be able to articulate and share this knowledge with others in effective means, which both educate and motivate God’s people to action for the sake of His glory and the joy of these European people groups, who have been largely overlooked in terms of missionary engagement.