Theology changes culture – with the help of Langham Scholars

In South Asia, where culture and social hierarchy rule, a small minority group of Christians are trying to make a significant impact among the people, and it’s having a ripple effect. Joshua George is a PhD candidate, former student, and currently a faculty-in-training member at a local Bible college. His journey into ministry started when…

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Multiplication in South Asia: From student to scholar to teacher

Francis Mathew is a Langham Scholar from South Asia, currently pursuing a PhD in Old Testament from Bristol Baptist College through the University of Aberdeen in the UK. He is also married to Medonuo Zhotso and is a full-time father to their super active (soon-to-be) two-year-old son, Asher Lev. Francis has been impacted by the…

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Voices from Out of the Margins

Out of the Margins - a Young Langham Podcast

Unpacking the purpose of our NEW Young Langham Podcast What does it mean to be a Christian in your context? This is something that we in the Western world haven’t had to give much thought. We’re surrounded by examples of Christian culture and life in our country – and in other countries much like ours!…

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Training the whole church to know and serve Jesus

Dinorah B. Méndez is a Langham Scholar who is working and ministering in her home country of Mexico. She is the director of Byblos Institute in Durango, Mexico, a centre of strategic biblical training for lay leaders. Seeing the whole church equipped Dinorah did her PhD at Oxford Centre for Mission Studies, UK on a…

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Why PhDs are what Majority World Christian leaders need

How God multiplies the impact of His faithful workers If someone asked you ‘What will create the most transformation in the Majority World church?’, would your first response be ‘Enable more people to get their PhD’?  In the Majority World, the gospel is spreading far and wide, but the challenge has long been enabling Christians…

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Seeing Ugandan Christians know, trust, and apply the Bible

Joseph Byamukama is a Langham Scholar currently doing his PhD through Melbourne’s Ridley College, enabled by financial supporters who give to Langham Australia. Joseph is from Uganda and through his PhD is exploring how Isaiah shapes Jesus’ lordship in the book of Acts. Since 2021 he has been doing research and study through Ridley while…

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A Voice for the Voiceless: Seble Daniel’s Ministry in Ethiopia

Empowering and raising up women Langham Partnership is known for serving the majority world by cultivating, equipping and developing pastors and resources to provide and nourish the Global Christian Church across all corners of the earth. Part of this work involves raising up women specifically, into leadership to both proclaim Christ and to speak up…

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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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Femi Adeleye: Filling the pulpits of Africa with trained preachers 

“My prayer and hope is that it’ll lead to the transformation of African nations”  Femi Adeleye’s personal journey to his Christian faith began around high school as a teenager in Nigeria, reading biographies of young people committed and passionate about God and global mission.  One of those books was Your Mind Matters written by John…

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