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    • Threads of Hope for Nigeria

      As Langham Scholar Lami Bakari cares for and shepherds the women in her Nigerian community, she thinks about those who came before her. Other women who led, loved on, and lifted up the church in Nigeria—women who had a heart to see God’s Word transform the hearts of people.  And though today there are very […]

    • Emmanuel, his wife Gladys and daughet Milcah Ineza

      ‘The purpose of Langham Preaching went straight into my heart!’

      The volunteers who drive the Langham Preaching movement Langham Preaching is blessed by the generous help of many gifted and dedicated volunteers around the world. Volunteers drive the Langham Preaching movement. ‘I do it to see a new fire for Langham Preaching Seminars break out,’ says Emmanuel Bagumako, Langham Preaching Coordinator for Burundi in East […]

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      Faith Comes from Hearing

      So faith comes from hearing, and hearing through the Word of Christ. –Romans 10:17 ESV Students trained by Langham Scholars often serve as a powerful voice for the Gospel in their countries. When *Mei Yang uses her voice to share God’s Word—it reaches millions. Mei is the director of training and “the voice” of a […]

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    1 Oct 2014

    A Commentary by John Stott 1 Thessalonians 5:4-8. b). The right solution: staying alert. The apostle explains that there is no need for us to be alarmed by the prospect of the Lord’s coming, because there is no need for it to take us by surprise. ‘Surprise’ is the key word in Paul’s argument. There […]


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