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      ‘Every meeting…is evidence of our unity in the Christian world’

      Russians and Ukrainians, together, writing a Bible Commentary Langham Literature is partnering with the Euro-Asian Accrediting Association (EAAA) in producing the first ever Slavic Russian-language evangelical commentary on the whole text of the Bible. It is currently being written by a team of 43 Ukrainian and Russian theologians, a project that has become far more strategic than ever […]

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      ‘God had warned me in a dream …’

      On the frontline in Colombia In April this year, the Colombian Caribbean Langham/Escualitas preachers and facilitators met in Cartagena for a Level 4 Seminar and Graduation. Some of the pastors and leaders who attended are experienced preachers. But roughly half are lay leaders with little formal training. They work in the main cities of the […]

    • 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 […]

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    3 July 2015

    A Commentary by John Stott Acts 2: 14-41. Peter’s sermon: the explanation of Pentecost. (continued) The third approach to the Acts’ speeches, rejecting both extreme literalism and extreme scepticism is to regard them as reliable summaries of what was said on each occasion. A threefold critique of the Cadbury-Debelius reconstruction may be made. First is […]


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