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

Work in progress: Africa Renewal University in Uganda recently renovated its library.

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 your continued support to the library is making a difference! 

Equipping the next generation

A staff member unpacking their library grant books from Langham Literature.

“Thanks for your generous giving in order to enable us to transform our societies through equipping them with these materials. 

“We are so deeply honoured for your impact towards equipping the next generation of Christian leaders.”

Langham has sent books to ARU through its library grant scheme for several years.

In 2018, the university said the books received allowed it to successfully apply to run a Master’s Programme from the Uganda National Council for Higher Education.

Once finished, the library will be more conducive for studying and reading.
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