Do you want to use your creative talents to help bring prayer and ministry to Gaelic-speaking Scotland? The greatest need for this ministry is for prayer in order to break down the barriers to the Gospel and to draw His people to join in the work. Perhaps, you can be a part of this effort to bring the spiritual needs of the Celtic peoples to the attention of believers around the world? We are developing a multimedia introduction to the Gaelic-speaking areas. We need some help, can you serve?.
We are looking for two (2), dedicated and talented students (two single males) to volunteer their summer to help us with this strategic need. For more information and to apply, go here: http://goo.gl/Mwl4Th It is possible to apply as an individual or team.
Affiliated with the IMB, the CeLT is an organisation which seeks to share the Gospel with seven, linguistically/culturally related people groups in Western Europe, namely those who speak one of the Celtic languages (Welsh, Irish Gaelic, Breton, Scottish Gaelic, Cornish, Manx Gaelic, and Shelta). There are currently about 1.5 to 2 million speakers of the Celtic Languages. Check out our website to learn more and to connect with us via social media.
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