No Lone Rangers! A remarkable family of writers and publishers

BY hgoody | 12 December 2012 |

by Isobel Stevenson, Langham Literature The Zorro or Lone Ranger model makes great TV but works less well in real…
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To the Churches of Asia Minor: Biblical Truth re-published in Turkey

BY hgoody | 26 November 2012 |

by Colin Macpherson, Langham Literature Ephesians by John Stott in Turkish The church in Turkey needs help. Langham Literature is…
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Newsletter: November 2012

BY grobinson | 20 November 2012 |

Newsletter: November 2012 Open publication | Download PDF  

There is Refuge in the Lord – and in Brazil!

BY hgoody | 15 November 2012 |

by Tiffany Randall Su, Langham Scholars What do you think a person would choose to study who wants to address…
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‘Churches growing in quantity and quality’

BY hgoody | 22 October 2012 |

A remarkable story of growth across the Democratic Republic of Congo by Paul Windsor, Langham Preaching ‘Before learning from Langham,…
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A campus ‘infectious’ for the gospel

BY hgoody | 15 October 2012 |

Alfred Olwa returns to Uganda by Andrew Robinson, Langham Partnership Australia Since he has been back visiting Sydney for his…
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The cascade effect in Benin

BY hgoody | 2 October 2012 |

Emile Houedanou, Langham Preaching Paul’s encouragement to Timothy is well known as a model for discipleship and leadership training: to…
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Jeremiah in the Democratic Republic of Congo

BY hgoody | 19 September 2012 |

by Isobel Stevenson, Langham Literature The UN recently stated that the killings in the eastern Congo (DRC) may be crimes…
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‘SERVICE INTERVALS’ FOR CHRISTIAN LEADERS

BY hgoody | 12 September 2012 |

The Langham Research & Training Seminar by Ian Shaw, Langham Scholars If you have a car, how often do you…
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Karma versus Grace in Cambodia

BY hgoody | 3 September 2012 |

by Colin Macpherson, Langham Literature The inescapable law of Karma In Cambodia a famous saying sums up the inescapable law…
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