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Languages - Linguistics

Over 70 percent of the world's least reached people are part of oral tradition cultures, groups that use stories, songs and other forms of narrative to communicate their most significant messages. These cultures do not pass on information in our Western literate forms so we bring them the message of the Bible in a form they can understand and pass on to others, storytelling. Placements in this track are focused on either using the method of story and/or linguistics to effectively share the gospel.

 

Current placements

Conversational English Club

Magnificent church buildings occupy places of prominence all throughout the city of Budapest. The central location of church buildings in the major squares of the city is reminiscent of an era in which the institution of the church played a significant role in the life of the city, regularly exerting its influence over many aspects of daily life. But times have changed, and the Budapest of today bears the scars of a godless, communist past while ushering in the reality of a post-Christian present.

Relational Evangelism - English Outreach

Toulouse, France is a multi-cultural university city with less than 2% believers. Although mostly atheist, the French are desperate for the message of the hope found in Jesus Christ.

Tribal Language Acquisition

Like an exquisite sandcastle formed in a harsh desert landscape, Mali is blessed by an extraordinary amount of beauty, wonders, talents and knowledge. Most of the country lies in the southern Sahara Desert, which produces an extremely hot, dust-laden environment, making Mali one of the hottest countries in the inhabited earth. It is mostly flat, rising to rolling northern plains covered by sand. It is the eighth largest country in Africa in terms of area, and it possesses a population of 14.5 million people, 90% of whom are Muslim.       

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