‘Thrilling time’ for Langham Preaching in Turkey

Langham Preaching in Turkey

Turkey is a beautiful country, lying in both Asia and Europe, and culturally drawing elements from the East and the West.  Believers there are very much in the minority and face many challenges. Statistics reveal that just 0.04 percent of the population are biblical Christians (source: ufm.org.uk) But Langham Preaching has had a postive impact…

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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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Summer Appeal: Urgent tool for South Asia

In a world that has been turned upside down and inside out due to the pandemic, one of the areas that has been worst affected is India. A member of the International Council for Langham Partnership shared recently that in her area the Protestant cemetery (which accounts for only 4% of the population) was dealing with over…

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4 ways to pray for Asia & South Pacific

South Pacific

1. Countries with low connectivity During this pandemic, many of us are extremely grateful for the ability to connect with others using the internet. Langham Preaching teams around the world have trained trainers, held virtual training sessions and kept small preaching clubs going via WhatsApp. But there are places in Asia and the South Pacific…

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Building Relationships

Our four Preaching Directors, leading teams across the various continents, share what has been happening through this time of pandemic. From Africa, with Femi Adeleye, as Director: “Every Monday, our Leadership Team meets on Zoom in order to support each other and to build our relationships. These have been times of refreshment. In recent weeks…

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Taiwanese Langham Scholar ‘inspired’ by 6-months of UK study

Shirley Ho

This year, Langham enabled a Taiwanese Scholar to spend valuable months writing a contextual book on Proverbs. Langham Scholar Shirley Ho divided her six months between Tyndale House and Ridley Hall (Cambridge) and Wycliffe Hall (Oxford). Shirley reported that there were “excellent and complete resources and books” at these “inspiring” UK libraries. She completed a…

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Colleges around the world thank Langham for vital library grants

This year, Langham Literature supplied close to 9,000 books to 740 Majority World colleges free of charge through its ‘Library Grants’ programme. Langham Literature also invest in developing libraries in key institutions by giving larger grants. In 2019’s financial year, they supplied over 1,500 books to five colleges in Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe. The…

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From poverty to preaching in Indonesia

Dr Dwi Maria Handayani is the Associate Director for Langham Preaching in Asia. It was through being a World Vision sponsored child in a poor Indonesian village that she grew in her faith. Her parents were the first generation in the whole family to be Christians. Dwi is a graduated Langham Scholar, gaining her PhD…

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Christians under renewed pressure in the Big Country

As Christian missionaries were expelled from the Big Country in the middle of last century, many feared that the Church would wither and die. How we rejoiced when an easing of pressure and opening of the country from the 1980s revealed an unprecedented explosion of growth, with a flourishing underground church movement. Now there are…

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