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Three Things to Remember When Crossing Cultures

Editor’s Note: We’d like to introduce you to Ellen Adkins, a recent graduate of Kennesaw State University with a degree in Cultural Anthropology, who served as our intern during the Spring 2015 semester, and is currently attending Southern Seminary in Louisville, KY for her graduate work. She has served in Ireland and the UK, including more »

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Your Hobby is Their Career

Your Hobby is Their Career Let’s do some math together. The hypothetical timeline of a Christian worker in an unreached or under-reached area of the world. 4 years of Bible college. 3 years of seminary. 2 years of raising support. 1 year of learning the language. 2 years of meeting in cafes and parks, building more »

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February Report & March Update

Dear CULTURELink Family, When I was growing up, my grandmother would often say, “Too much, too much, too much.” This was her response on Christmas mornings. This is how she would react on her birthdays. I remember taking her with my college friends and me to a show at The Fox Theatre, followed by dinner more »

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And we’re off… (January 2012 Update)

Dear CULTURELink Partners, As January began, we hit the ground running. In just two weekends, we trained 115 leaders and retrained 12 CULTURELink alumni. February brings another class, and two more are scheduled in March and May. That makes a total of five this spring! In addition to the seminars and other speaking engagements already more »

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Video Testimony – Adili Kea

Adili Kea works with The Atlanta Dream Center (Atlanta, GA) receiving short-term mission teams to work in the inner city. Before moving to Atlanta, Adili was a national missionary in his home country of Kenya. He shares how CultureLink’s cross-cultural training would benefit ministry in both settings.

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CultureLink 2011 Impact

2011 Year-End Review

  Dear CULTURELink Family, First and foremost, I want to thank you for being part of our ministry. Your prayers and encouragement have been a blessing. 2010 was a year of establishing a non-profit organization, writing and publishing a new curriculum, and field-testing new training. To my amazement, 2011 has surpassed both my hopes and more »

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Culture Link Has a New Website

We’re excited to provide a single resource to register for upcoming seminars and purchase materials at your convenience.

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