Sharing Christ to all, from the ground up

Ronald grew up in a Christian family in South East Asia, with his parents, five brothers and two sisters. When he was 15, there was a gospel rally in his area and that was when he first understood the Gospel, and what it meant for his salvation. Not long after this, Ronald started to act…

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Angukali’s Old Testament Mission

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Angukali’s (Angu’s) introduction to Langham was in the early 2000s when she heard about a seminar that was taking place teaching participants how to read the Bible. Angu shares “What interested me more though was that at the end of the seminar, all the participants were to be given a set of Christian books. So…

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Engaging with Asian Christian Theology through Literature 

Aldrin notes two things of particular significance that stand out to him about Langham Literature.  “First is the emphasis of Langham Literature on Biblically sound doctrine; second, it’s the focus it has on publishing literature that is relevant for the Majority World,” he shared. Biblically sound doctrine Aldrin says that the texts and resources that…

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Hamid, facilitating ministry work in Pakistan

Hamid* is a Facilitator, working with Langham Preaching since 2012 in the Pakistan region. His role is to organise and facilitate Langham Preaching Seminars across different areas of Pakistan. “I did my Langham Preaching Seminar Level-1 in 2005 while I was a seminary student,” he shared.  “Langham Training has equipped me in my preaching and…

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‘Thrilling time’ for Langham Preaching in Turkey

Langham Preaching in Turkey

Turkey is a beautiful country, lying in both Asia and Europe, and culturally drawing elements from the East and the West.  Believers there are very much in the minority and face many challenges. Statistics reveal that just 0.04 percent of the population are biblical Christians (source: But Langham Preaching has had a postive impact…

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Faith lived out in flood-hit Pakistan

Pakistan Floods

Langham Graduate Qaiser Julius is ‘putting his theology into practice’ by coordinating a compassion campaign to help hundreds of families devastated by flooding in recent weeks.  Since the rains started in mid-June, more than 1,400 people have died in Pakistan. The UN estimates that one million homes have been destroyed.  Sherry Rahman, Pakistan’s climate minister,…

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