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  • 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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    Equipping Faithful Leaders in the Arab World

    When Langham Scholar Elie Haddad left Lebanon toward the end of that country’s civil war, he didn’t think he’d get the call to go back. But, God had other plans. While he and his wife were in Canada, where Elie was studying at a seminary, he received an invitation to serve at the Arab Baptist […]


     
  • God’s Marvellous Multiplication

    Langham Partnership: inter-programme engagement The three Langham programmes – Literature, Scholars, Preaching – evolved from Uncle John’s prayerful listening to the needs of believers in the Majority World. The programmes were not particularly designed to inter-relate. But after years of investment, they now appear to regularly and delightfully feed back into one another… Take Daniel […]


     
  • Ebola Good News in Sierra Leone!

    But ‘please continue to pray for us’ We reported at the end of 2014 on the Ebola crisis in West Africa, particularly in Sierra Leone. This was to help the Langham family pray with insight, especially for the pastors who are part of our preaching networks there. They are often at the frontline of caring […]


     
    February 4th, 2015 //
  • ‘Fitting feet’ in Egypt …

    Celebrating 150 years! The Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo (ETSC) recently celebrated its 150th anniversary. Founded in 1863 with the help of Scottish and American Presbyterian missionaries (at that time Abraham Lincoln was president and the American Civil War in its third year!) it offered training on a ‘floating campus’ that travelled the Nile from […]


     
  • From Karl Barth to Table Tennis …

    Making the most of every opportunity A Langham Scholar in the Premier Division of a sports league in the country where they are studying? Denni Boy Saragih from Indonesia is a Langham Scholar at New College in Edinburgh. Recently he was selected to play in the Premier Division of the Scottish Table Tennis League after […]


     
    January 21st, 2015 //
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    ‘May their tribe increase!’

    Langham Preaching Volunteers Who are Langham Preaching Volunteers? They are men and women who freely give their time and energy to facilitate Preaching Seminars or coordinate and lead Langham Preaching Programmes in their local regions. Why do they do it? Because ‘the purpose of Langham Preaching went straight into their hearts!’ They were inspired by […]


     
    December 17th, 2014 // Tags: , , ,
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    Photos from the Frontline: Ministering in the Midst of Ebola

    A few weeks ago we shared with you an update from Chris Jonah, Langham’s preaching coordinator for Sierra Leone, who gave a firsthand account of how Ebola is impacting the communities in his country. Chris and his team continue to faithfully serve on the frontlines of this crisis as they encourage people to heed the […]


     
    December 4th, 2014 // Tags: ,
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    Ebola Update

    Langham-trained preachers around the world serve their communities with incredible faithfulness – and in some of the hardest places, including those devastated by Ebola. The pastors who are part of our preaching movements, for example in places like Sierra Leone and Liberia at present, are often at the frontline of caring for people in their […]


     
    November 26th, 2014 // Tags: , ,
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    Teaching God’s Word In and Out of Season

    When you ask Regina what her teaching was like before receiving training from Langham on how to study, understand and share God’s Word—she doesn’t hesitate before saying that she was going about it “in the wrong way.” “I would just read a passage and go teach without going into details,” she says. “I didn’t understand […]


     
    November 6th, 2014 // Tags: , ,
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