War and peace: How one person can make a difference

BY hgoody | 21 December 2011 |

by Ian Shaw, Langham Partnership, UK Isaac Mbabazilecturer at the University ShalomBunia, Democratic Republic of Congo Meeting Isaac Mbabazi is…
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The Burmese Challenge

BY hgoody | 13 December 2011 |

by Colin Macpherson, Langham Literature From Langham Literature News How do you begin to meet the Christian literature needs in…
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In Remembrance of Stephen Mutuku Sesi (28 July 1958-3 November 2011)

BY hgoody | 9 December 2011 |

Dr Stephen Sesi We sadly record the passing of a member of the Langham FLS family, Dr. Stephen Sesi who…
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Langham Literature helps pastors in Togo

BY hgoody | 8 December 2011 |

Arnold Akueson Arnold Akueson, a lay preacher with the Methodist Church of Togo, has benefited from the support that Langham…
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Newsletter: November 2011

BY grobinson | 30 November 2011 |

Newsletter: November 2011 Open publication – Download PDF

A new start in Cambodia

BY hgoody | 26 September 2011 |

Colin Macpherson, Langham Literature Cambodia, what comes to mind when hearing this name? Perhaps ancient temples, Buddhism, humanitarian aid, poverty,…
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The seed is bearing fruit: Growth in Langham Preaching Colombia

BY hgoody | 19 August 2011 |

Dionisio Orjuela and Igor Améstegui Igor Améstegui (right), Latin American coordinator, handing over books sets for the team coordinated by…
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Janet of Sierra Leone

BY hgoody | 18 August 2011 |

Emmanuel Oladipo tells the story of Janet Koroma: “Janet has something in common with Jeremiah: she entered the ministry against…
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Two Becoming One in Sri Lanka

BY hgoody | 18 August 2011 |

An island nation blighted by thirty years of civil war and terrorist activity, Sri Lanka is a country with two…
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Local Leaders Shining in Pakistan

BY hgoody | 18 August 2011 |

Pakistan is a country living in the global headlines for all the wrong reasons. And yet it is home to…
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