Ugandan Scholar equipped to relieve poverty and bring good news

God’s Word brings good news to the poor.  But what does that mean for a Ugandan widow unable to feed or shelter her children? Or to any number of the 422 million people across Africa living below the global poverty line?  There are many relief and development organisations working to end poverty. But for pastor…

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‘Your generous library grant equips students to transform our society’

A Christian university in Uganda says it is “deeply honoured” to receive over 100 theology books through Langham Literature’s ‘Large Library Grant’ scheme. This year, Langham freely sent 113 books to Africa Renewal University (ARU) for its recently renovated library. An ARU staff member said: “It is with great joy to let you know that…

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A reflection from Uganda

Emmanuel Mukeshimana, Langham Scholar, Rwanda/UgandaMarch 2020 I am now speechless, I do not know how to begin with my reflection, but in times like this, it is where we see God at work. This last Sunday was the first day of family service due to the ban of public gathering. Our service went on very…

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Consecrated on a football pitch

Not every football pitch gets a crowd of 10,000 spectators. Nor does every bishop have 10,000 people singing at their consecration. But that was the scene on a Sunday in August last year, in the bustling town of Lira in central Uganda, when Langham Scholar Reverend Canon Doctor Alfred Olwa was consecrated as the new…

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