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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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    Trained to Bring the Gospel to the Workplace

    If anyone understands the social, economic, and development needs of Hong Kong, it’s Patrick Nip. “Hong Kong is a country with a high GDP per capita, but we also have some structural issues that we need to tackle. It’s a very busy international city, but I come across people who are disadvantaged. There are a […]

    July 16th, 2014 // Tags: , , ,
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    The Story of El Ruso: From a Life of Crime to a Life of Christ

    Click to watch the music video for “El Ruso” [The Russian] and be inspired by the story that has touched hearts across Latin America and around the world.   An interview with the Langham Preacher who went from rebel to redeemed Last year we shared with you the incredible story of Julian—the former Colombian hit […]

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    Growth and Depth in Bolivia

    Fernando Fernandez didn’t intend to become a pastor. Before God called his heart to ministry, he was caring for people as a doctor. Today, after training from Langham, he is caring for souls as the pastor of a growing church in Cochabamba, Bolivia. As he did for so many other preachers around the world, John […]

    June 26th, 2014 // Tags: , ,
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    Streams in the Desert

    Streams in the Desert Scholar Spotlight: George Mutuku The dry and dusty landscape of eastern Kenya is home to many churches. So many, in fact, that you might think that the Word of God is flourishing in the area. But, according to George Mutuku, you’d be wrong. “If you were to come and visit our […]

    June 13th, 2014 // Tags: , ,
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    A Prophetic Voice

    Ukraine: Publishing ‘the things we desperately need …’ Earlier this year, Langham Literature helped fund the publication of a Russian translation of Exclusion and Embrace by Miroslav Volf. It was published in Ukraine by Colloquium, an indigenous Christian publisher. ‘They [Colloquium] have a prophetic voice and a strong calling to shine biblical truth on their […]

    June 9th, 2014 // Tags: , ,
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    God’s Word is Contagious in Mlolongo, Africa

    The work of Langham Preaching has been described as a benevolent virus—growing, multiplying, and spreading the ministry of God’s Word in more than 70 nations around the world. In the Majority World, as many as 80% of church leaders lack the training they need to biblically address the issues facing their congregations. Nobody knows this […]

    May 12th, 2014 // Tags: , , ,
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    Broadcasting Christ!

    Sierra Leone: delighting in God’s word ‘As we listened to the 40-minutes’ exposition, and the question-and-answer session that followed, our hearts were filled with joy. God has been extremely faithful. In spite of the prosperity/social gospel it is obvious that people are hungry for God’s word. Caller after caller expressed delight at the way she […]

    May 12th, 2014 // Tags:
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    Building a Lasting Foundation in Bolivia

    Jorge del Castillo was one of the thousands of young people who came to Christ during the early 1970s, when a wave of revival swept through Bolivia. “We had the passion for God; we saw miracles and things, and that was the only thing sustaining us,” he says. “But, the thing that was missing was […]

    April 30th, 2014 // Tags: , , ,
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    Bridging the Gap Between Sunday and Monday

    “Business people are too busy to be holy,” says Jane Kong. “Too busy to pray. Too busy for sparing time for reading the Bible.” While she could be describing the spiritual climate in just about any major metropolitan city, she’s talking about Hong Kong, where the focus on individualism, materialism and competition often leave little […]

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