Introducing Rev Dr Hani Hanna as the new Langham Literature Director

Langham Partnership is delighted to announce the appointment of Rev. Dr Hani Hanna as the International Program Director for Langham Literature. Hani joins us from his position as President of the Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo (ETSC), bringing with him a wealth of knowledge and expertise in modern theology.  As a Langham Scholar himself, Dr…

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Commentary for Central and Eastern Europe Launched After Many Hurdles

After several years of hard work, tragic loss, many prayers, and new and unlikely friendships, the Langham-supported Central and Eastern European Bible Commentary (CEEBC) was finally launched in March. Many of the commentary authors attended the special launch service in Prague, alongside various denominational leaders and Langham representatives: Ministries Director & Global Ambassador Chris Wright;…

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Stott-inspired book wins prestigious award

A Langham Publishing book, which continues John Stott’s legacy of radical discipleship, has won a prestigious book award in the US. ‘Living Radical Discipleship’ is a collection of essays by Chris Wright (our Ministries Director & Global Ambassador) and others. Christianity Today has given it the ‘Book of the Year Award’ in the ‘Christian Living…

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Following Jesus in the Thai culture

Around the world, Langham identifies key Christian publishers to impact culture. In Thailand, Kanok Bannasan is one of those key partners. Watch this video about Langham’s support of Kanok Bannasan. But why is Kanok Bannasan so crucial? Thai Christians, who make up just 1% of the population of Thailand, face a daily reality of isolation…

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Langham Scholar and Preaching pioneer mourned

Corneliu Constantineanu, a Langham Scholar and General Editor of the Central Eastern European Bible Commentary, died in Romania from Covid-19 on 17 March 2021. He was latterly Professor of Public Theology at the University of Arad, Romania. Please pray for Corneliu’s wife Ioana and their daughters, Carmen and Anamaria. A draft version of the front…

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‘My joy was to see our books on the pastor’s desk!’

xSolomon Andria and Yacouba Sanon

Last month, Dr Solomon Andria retired after many fruitful years coordinating Langham Literature’s work in Francophone Africa. Originally from Madagascar, Solomon was an integral part of Langham’s publishing work since its inception. This included being the general editor of both the Malagasy (Madagascar language) and French editions of the Africa Bible Commentary (ABC). He was…

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Serving the “Prince of Peace”

Rula Mansour has a vision for peace.  From a young age she grew up in a mixed community with both Palestinian and Israeli-Jewish friends and neighbours.  It was when she went to university that she realised she felt called to a work of reconciliation. Move forward a few years and Rula can now be found…

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