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    • Liz & Cookie meet in the local coffee shop

      ‘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 […]

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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 […]

    • Agnes Teaching

      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 […]

  • Daily Bible Study


    30 July 2014

    A Commentary by John Stott Ephesians 6.  5) The abolition of slavery.     A third point in alleviation of the New Testament’s position is that by that time the legal status of slaves was beginning to be eased and showed signs of further improvement to come. ‘Sweeping humanitarian changes had been introduced into the […]


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