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    A Theology for Lament

    In the Philippines, people are used to dealing with aftermath. Sifting through rubble after a natural disaster. Piecing life together after military conflict. Trying to move forward from grinding poverty. There are relief and development agencies doing the important work of feeding, clothing, and rebuilding. But what about the needs of the human spirit? The […]

    October 24th, 2014 // Tags: , ,
  • 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 […]

    October 14th, 2014 //
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    “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 […]

    October 8th, 2014 // Tags: , ,
  • ‘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 […]

    October 8th, 2014 // Tags: ,
  • 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 […]

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    ‘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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    Faith that Crosses Borders

    Moisés Arriaga’s passion for teaching pastors in Guinea-Bissau, West Africa, took him all the way to South American Theological Seminary. Founded by Langham Scholar Antonio Barro, SATS has biblically equipped more than 1,500 graduates who are currently serving in Latin America and around the world. Graduates like Moisés, who is starting a movement of biblical […]

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    Langham changed my total understanding of the Bible

    When the foundation stone for All Saints Cathedral in Nairobi, Kenya, was laid in 1917—a document inscribed with these words was buried underneath: “God grant that this church of All Saints may now and always be a house to promote the greater glory of God . . . and that from it may the waters […]

    August 7th, 2014 // Tags: ,
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    ‘I have more confidence in God and in myself to face what the future holds’

    Scholarship with ‘Double Reward’ As the Care Coordinator for Langham Scholars in the UK, Liz McGregor regularly meets with the spouses of Scholars studying here – in a quiet corner of a local coffee shop with those who accompanied their partners to the UK; on Skype calls with others, who remained in their home country […]

    July 23rd, 2014 // Tags: ,
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