Resurrection Church Beirut – Situation Report

Hikmat Kashouh is Senior pastor of Resurrection Church, Beirut. He is also a graduated Langham Scholar and Author. The following article is taken from Langham Publishing blog: www.langhamliterature.org/blog What is the situation with us at the moment? A situation report is often used in military operations and uses non-emotional language with simple facts. Let me…

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Honoured by Alma mater

Langham Scholar, Elizabeth Mburu, was recently honoured by her alma mater, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS). Each year SEBTS honours five colleagues in various categories of scholarship. In 2008, Mburu became Southeastern’s first female Ph.D. graduate, leading the way for more women to follow in the path of pursuing advanced degrees in theological education. Keynote…

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Far reaching impact

Like a pebble tossed into a pond, it is inspiring to reflect on the impact that one book, one well delivered sermon, or one theologically trained leader can have, not just in an immediate sense, but rippling out in multiple and frequently surprising ways. As a crime scene investigator for the government in Brazil, Rafael…

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Pray for Langham’s new Production Coordinator

Megan Pritchard

Megan Pritchard is the newly appointed Production Coordinator for Langham Publishing. She graduated at the beginning of the year from Oxford Brookes University having studied a BA in Publishing Media. Megan is originally from Lancaster in the United Kingdom but spent 4 years in the Netherlands as a teenager so has some experience of international cultures.…

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Vision Day: Heart-warmed and humbled on the Royal Mile

Chris Wright, Riad Kassis, Pieter Kwant, three Scholars and others encouraged and inspired around 40 supporters at Langham’s Vision Day in Scotland last month. Held at the Carrubbers Christian Centre in Edinburgh, attendees heard about the incredible breadth of what God has entrusted to Langham all over the world. Langham Literature Director Pieter explained about…

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Pursuing unity: Langham publishes important book for African context

Last month, Langham published the PhD thesis of a Malawian Langham Scholar on the topic of unity within his church denomination in Africa. God has led Rhodian Munyenyembe along a unique academic career path. He was offered a lecturing position before graduating from the Evangelical Bible College of Malawi. Later, while an elder of a church…

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Central Eastern European Bible Commentary – please pray

Langham Literature is supporting the completion of another one-volume Bible commentary, this time for Central and Eastern Europe. The resource, written by indigenous Scholars for Central and Eastern European believers, is expected to take several years to complete. And the total cost will be hundreds of thousands of pounds. The project’s coordinator Katharina Penner recently…

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Author Spotlight – Athena Gorospe

Athena Gorospe

By Evelyn Reynolds, ScholarLeaders International From the Margins, for the Margins Fifteen years ago, Langham Scholar Athena Gorospe gave a devotional in which she called her audience – wealthy American Christians – to be downwardly mobile. That morning in Pasadena, she argued that they should recover “Jesus’s concern for the marginalised, the invisible people.” Athena…

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Bountiful harvest from a Langham writers’ workshop

It can take many years to see fruit from writers’ workshops. They bring together a small group of Christian leaders who want to write books for their own communities. The workshops provide time to write and reflect on the universal principles that writers need to bear in mind as they shape a book. The writers…

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