God at Work Through Langham Preaching in Africa

Group work at All Africa Preaching Consultation

Langham Preaching is a programme of the Langham Partnership that exists to develop godly and biblical preachers across the world in an affordable and accessible way. In October 2022 the second All Africa Langham Preaching Consultation was held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, with 72 attendees from 26 Preaching Movements across the continent. Each Preaching Movement…

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eNews and prayer update May 2020

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Pacific Preaching Update  “What is the purpose of life?” “Is God real? Is the Bible real?”  Stephen Williams – South Pacific Regional Coordinator (pictured right with a seminar participant from the Solomon Islands) writes: On the 1st March I flew to the Solomon Islands with the Reverend David Pettett to take two preacher-training seminars on…

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eNews and prayer update April 2020

Tigist and Seble photo

Train one, Impact Thousands  “What is the purpose of life?” “Is God real? Is the Bible real?”  Because of her training under Langham Scholar Dr. Seble Daniel at Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology, Tigist can now help her teens find answers to their questions in God’s Word.  These are questions that youth leader Tigist hears…

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A ‘milestone’ for Langham Preaching in Ethiopia

Last month, a diverse group of Langham Preaching trainers from across Ethiopia gathered at a retreat centre on Lake Babogaya to receive training themselves. Jennifer Cuthbertson, Langham Preaching’s Coordinator for Trainer Development, co-led the workshop. She used learner-centred techniques to teach the attendees how to lead Langham Preaching seminars. Jennifer described the 14 participants, which included…

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The Privilege of Preaching in Ethiopia

In his nearly 10 years as youth pastor at Mekanisa Kale Heywet Church, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Pastor Misgana has seen a thing or two about the power of God’s Word to transform. When he first started working with the youth, their knowledge of the Bible was not strong. So, he started a Bible a…

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‘Historic moment’ for Eritrean believers

Last week, the leaders of Ethiopia and Eritrea officially ended an 18-year long ‘state of war’ between the two countries. Eritrea’s President Isaias Afewerki and Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed signed a declaration during a landmark meeting in Eritrea’s capital Asmara. A peace deal in 2000 had ended a war in which tens of thousands…

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