eNews, week of April 10
Langham Partnership eNews
Week of Apr 10, 2013
Bishop David Zac Niringye Banned From Travel
Thank you for your prayers in these recent weeks for Langham Scholar and retired Bishop David Zac Niringye, who was arrested in February for speaking out against the graft in Uganda’s government. While David has been released from custody, he continues to be under pressure from the government and has been denied travel to Ethiopia where he was scheduled to report about Uganda’s governance record.
IT’S NOT TOO LATE to take a journey on the Sea Cloud, June 21-July 4, 2013
On this extraordinary voyage aboard the Sea Cloud (June 21-July 4, 2013), you’ll travel to Greece and Turkey to retrace the missionary journeys of the Apostle Paul. Enjoy interludes of study at many familiar biblical sites, while spending quality time with your fellow like-minded travelers. In addition, world-renowned Bible teacher, Dr. Christopher J.H. Wright – the International Ministry Director of the Langham Partnership, will escort you through the ancient cities of Patmos, Ephesus, Smyrna, Sardis and Athens. His integrated grasp of the whole of Scripture and God’s redemptive work thru history is stunning – and captivating. You will be nourished and strengthened spiritually!
Download the Sea Cloud PDF to learn more about this journey.
How One Book Makes a Difference
Langham Literature Editor Isobel Stephenson describes the importance of a one-volume Bible commentary for pastors who have no other resources.
How does God use the Langham Partnership to reach pastors with appropriate — and sometimes their only — biblical resources? Learn more.
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