A Voice for the Voiceless in Ethiopia
Hope often springs from brokenness, and beauty from the ashes. Throughout the Scriptures, and throughout the world today, we see our gracious, loving Father rescue His people from the mire.
The story of Seble Daniel is one such story—a story both heart-wrenching and hope inspiring.
Seble Daniel is one of the first female theological leaders in Ethiopia, a country of 100 million beset by poverty, growing tribal conflict, and the harmful treatment of its most vulnerable: women and girls.
Like more than 300 Langham Scholars serving in hard places, her ministry extends far beyond the walls of the seminary or the church. The platform of her PhD allows her to speak as a passionate and authoritative voice in her nation for eliminating an unbiblical and horrific practice known as female genital mutilation. Today, she is equipping others—men and women—to help eradicate this and other harmful practices.
Click the video above to learn more about how Seble, a theological leader equipped with support from Langham (and you!), is giving a voice to the voiceless—and hope to the hopeless—in Ethiopia.
Your gift by June 30 multiplies more like Seble around the world
As we approach the last week of the HOPE campaign, would you help us respond to the urgent needs around the world – equipping leaders like Seble to bring the Good News of the One who redeems, renews and restores.
Your generosity by June 30:
- delivers biblical books (books that help pastors share the light of God’s Word) to fill the sparse shelves of seminary libraries across Asia (the books are in our warehouse and ready to be shipped)
- sends hundreds of pastors to receive training on how to teach God’s Word across Latin America (they have saved up funds to cover a portion of their training–and your help covers the rest), and
- helps 11 emerging theological leaders (like Seble) across West Africa to continue their PhD studies (and opens up space for Langham to make scholarship offers to new students in equally challenging regions).
Would you prayerfully consider a gift today that brings HOPE where it’s needed most?