Our vision is to see churches in the Majority World equipped for mission and growing to maturity in Christ through the ministry of pastors and leaders who believe, teach and live by the Word of God.

  • Free Lent Study

    This FREE Lent Study Guide from Langham provides seven Bible studies, incorporating video resources.

  • Our uniqueness

    Langham Partnership equips the equippers, resulting in a ministry with an exponential impact.

  • News & Stories

    • SCHOLARS Featured Image

      ‘I’ve eaten the cow, but I’m struggling to finish the tail’ – Langham Scholars meet in Africa

      The first ever Langham Scholars in Africa Consultation was held in Nairobi in December 2013: four days of prayer, fellowship, teaching and encouragement. It was challenging, often moving to hear of the circumstances in which these scholars work. They spoke of children missing their parents, pressures from seminary, church, relatives – all of which have […]

    • Copies of the Burmese Dictionary of Theological Terms

      Words To Build Bridges With

      Publishing for unity in Burma How do you start bridging the deep divisions that issue from decades of civil wars? This is the challenge in Burma. Ethnically the nation consists of 142 people groups, with 116 different languages. Transition to a new government in 2011 has led to a measure of peace after more than […]

    • The Myambo Family

      Langham Scholar Timothy Myambo 1967–2013

      ‘Langham does not only provide scholarship but also moral and spiritual support’ With sadness Langham learnt in early 2013 that Timothy Myambo, a Langham scholar at the George Whitfield College (GWC) near Cape Town, was diagnosed with stomach cancer. His wife, Violet, says: I never thought such a thing could happen … I thought they […]

  • Daily Bible Study

    19 Apr 2014

    A Commentary by John Stott Ephesians. 1:11-14.  4) The scope of the blessings.     After describing the spiritual blessings which God gives to his people in Christ, Paul adds a further paragraph to emphasize that the blessings belong equally to the Jewish and Gentile believers. The structure of the paragraph makes this plain: *in […]

    read more