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    Stories Worth Telling

    Adam Szumorek loves telling stories. He always has. He recalls one of the first times a story paved the way for his life and future ministry: “I grew up in an evangelical family—not typical for Poland. I remember when I was 11 or so, we had our Sunday school program, and we were to recite […]


     
    August 17th, 2015 //
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    Multiplying Disciples in South Asia

    “How does a pastor with very little or no theological training address issues that come up as every day realities?” It’s a question central to this ministry, and one that motivates Langham-supported Scholar Dr. Havilah Dharamraj in her work at the South Asian Institute for Advanced Christian Studies (SAIACS). South Asia is a place where […]


     
    July 20th, 2015 //
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    Rediscovering the Gospel in Romania

    “I look at their faces and I see quite a positive expression; it’s quite a good surprise.” That’s how Langham Scholar Corneliu Constantineanu describes the reaction he often gets when he has the opportunity to share the Gospel with members of the Romanian Parliament during an Ecumenical Prayer Group, a weekly meeting he has a […]


     
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    A Life Transformed

    Langham is equipping pastors who influence their congregations for Christ. This video shares the story of how God’s Word faithfully preached is transforming lives in a small church in Bolivia. Lives like Carlos, who shares his story at the end. “When the people of this church meet with God’s Word, their lives are transformed.” That’s […]


     
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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 […]


     
    March 4th, 2015 // Tags:
  • 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 //
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