What is Seedbed?

Langham Partnership is involved in many projects all over the world. We need your help to keep these projects going, or start brand new ones! Our passion is to see Christians grow in Christ-likeness through hearing the word of God explained by well-trained Bible teachers.

Seedbed is our new ‘crowdfunding’ platform – you can give money towards specific Seedbed projects, and we’ll then keep you up-to-date with progress of those projects, and how your money is being used to grow God’s kingdom. Find out about current projects that you can support below.

 

Free Book

Donate £10 a month by direct debit, or give a one-off gift of £100 to receive a free copy of this Langham Literature book “The Seed and the Soil” by Pauline Hoggarth.

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Our Projects

Central Eastern European Bible Commentary

This exciting new project aims to provide Christians who live in Central and Eastern Europe with a contemporary and contextually relevant one-volume commentary. It’s on the whole Bible and will be written by Scholars in the region. We need your help. The whole project will cost around £400,000 but we are inviting Seedbed supporters to raise £6,100 for the cost of producing the book of Romans.


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Pioneering Preaching App

Langham Preaching has already launched an exciting app for phones and tablets, to help preachers around the world with sermon preparation, coordination of preaching clubs, plus top-notch resources.

But we’d like to develop this pioneering technology by launching multi-lingual versions and enabling users to export and import sermon outlines to other Apps, and pages for National Langham Preaching movements to communicate with their members. All that will cost £16,500. Will you partner with us fund these updates?


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Study Room at Tyndale House for Scholars

We’ve joined Tyndale House in Cambridge to secure a permanent ensuite study room exclusively for Langham Scholars. That means they’ll be able to camp out in the world-renowned library to finish their studies in the perfect environment.

The cost of making this crucial space available to our Scholars is £5,000. Could you partner with us to cover this cost?


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Seedbed News

Scholar says Tyndale House stay ‘very helpful’ for research

Langham Partnership has joined Tyndale House in Cambridge to secure a permanent ensuite study room exclusively for Langham Scholars. One…
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Video: ‘The next generation in Central and Eastern Europe need to encounter Jesus’

Graduated Langham Scholar Ksenija Magda, from Croatia, is one of the theological editors of the Central Eastern European Bible Commentary. She…
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Preaching App translated into Serbian

The Langham Preaching App, one of our Seedbed projects, is already helping many leaders and teachers – but so far,…
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‘I was truly privileged to stay at Tyndale House’

Langham Scholar Oboletswe Matlhaope is studying for a PhD at North West University, South Africa, and is from Botswana. From September…
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“CEEBC meeting was an eye-opening experience”

The editorial group for the Central Eastern European Bible Commentary (CEEBC) met in Wroclaw, Poland, in the week of November…
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Leaders in Zambia download new Langham Preaching App

A Langham Preaching training event took place for 50 people in Mongu, Zambia from 29th January to 1st February this…
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Vital commentary for Central and Eastern Europe

The process of putting together the Central and Eastern European Bible Commentary (CEEBC), plus 100 articles on regional issues, includes many…
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Video: Tyndale House Study Room Thanksgiving

Last year, several Langham Scholars who are currently studying in the UK attended a thanksgiving at Tyndale House, Cambridge, for…
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Pioneering Preaching App in Africa

During the first ‘All African Langham Preaching Consultation’ for country coordinators and trainers, the pioneering ‘Langham Preaching’ App was introduced. It…
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Giant steps forward in communication for Langham Preaching Africa

One of the most significant gatherings with implications for the growth and character of the African Church took place last year….
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