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      “I Came Here Because I Felt a Need”

      When John Stott wrote that Langham’s vision must be to “unashamedly capture the seminaries of the world for the Gospel,” he had students, future biblical leaders, like Laurence Cenan in mind. As a student of several Langham-trained scholars at Institutul Teologic in Bucharest, Laurence is learning not only how to study and understand God’s Word, […]

    • More time planning…

      ‘The more time I take in planning … the less time I need for presentation’ Preachers’ training multiplication in rural Kenya In May 2014 a Level Two Langham Seminar in Expository Preaching was held at the End Time Church in Meru Town in Kenya. Two local facilitators delivered the training in English and Swahili: Peter […]

    • Delighting in the Trinity

      Indigenous publishing opens up minds in Thailand There has been an unprecedented interest in the gospel in Thailand. More than 1,000 new churches have been planted since the year 2000. According to research published in 2010,* Christian literature played a key part: 60% of new believers identified printed materials as the main medium that influenced […]

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    27 Mar 2014

    A Commentary by John Stott MATTHEW. 5: 17-20. A CHRISTIAN’S RIGHTEOUSNESS.Christ, the Christian and the Law. In every generation of the Christian era there have been those who could not accommodate themselves to Christ’s attitude to the law. The famous second-century heretic Marcion, who rewrote the New Testament by eliminating its references to the Old, […]


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