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    • In the midst of Ebola

      Weep with those who weep in Sierra Leone In May this year we reported in an article entitled ‘Broadcasting Christ’ on an encouraging radio ministry in Sierra Leone in which some Langham Preaching trainees and trainers were taking part. That was before the shocking Ebola outbreak. On 15 September, Christo Jonah, the Langham Preaching Country […]

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      A CALL TO PRAYER FOR OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN SIERRA LEONE & LIBERIA

      “If one member suffers, all suffer together . . . ” 1 Corinthians 12:26 -ESV Our hearts are increasingly drawn to the suffering in West Africa as the Ebola crisis continues to worsen—and particularly to Sierra Leone and Liberia, where Langham’s preaching movements are well developed. We wanted to share with you an update we […]

    • ‘Charged and Transformed on the Anvil of Scripture …’

      Towards a Christian ministry filled with present hope for the poorest in Zimbabwe Collium Banda is a Zimbabwean Langham Scholar studying at the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa. Ian Shaw (Langham Scholars) recently visited him. From the day of my conversion I have been wrestling with the relevance and sufficiency of Christianity in Africa […]

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    20 Oct 2014

    A Commentary by John Stott 2 Thessalonians 1:8-9. c). Those who reject Christ will be excluded from his glory. ‘Vengeance’ in verse 8 is an unfortunate translation, whether ‘taking vengeance’ (AV) or ‘inflicting vengeance’ (RSV). For the English word sounds harsh and vindictive, whereas the Greek original (*ekdikesis*) has no such overtones. It speaks only of […]


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