‘God is in control of His work’ – Langham Preaching in Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone Preaching event

Chris Jonah, Langham Preaching’s country coordinator in Sierra Leone, reported on a successful ‘refresher’ event there in May. This country has only recently recovered from the devastating Ebola epidemic, which stopped some of the Preaching Clubs that had been running in various places. But now, many of the groups have revived, and the work is…

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In His Own Words: Conrad Mbewe

How a pastor in search of biblical books in the right context finds “a rich vein of gold” Conrad Mbewe knows from personal experience that these words by John Stott are true: “Good preaching is impossible without study, and study is impossible without good books.” Although today Conrad is a theological leader in his native…

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Langham Preaching celebrates 15 years in Argentina

Around 100 people gathered in Córdoba, Argentina in April, for an “enriching” time celebrating 15 years of Langham Preaching in the country. Former Langham Preaching Director Jonathan Lamb and his wife Margaret were special guests at the event, which was led by Igor Améstegui (Director, Latin America) and Wilfredo Weigandt (Country Coordinator). Theologian René Padilla joined the celebrations…

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Langham Preaching established and raring to go in Hungary

Sometimes the best things take a long time to happen – that’s the case with Langham Preaching in Hungary. After a slow process over eleven years, a movement there is now well established and “raring to go”. A Level 2 preaching training seminar took place in March, which according to Mark Meynell, Preaching Director (Europe…

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Staff Profile: Peter Fleck

Peter Fleck with his wife Mhairi and their two daughters, Isla and Elizabeth

Peter Fleck has been with Langham Literature since 2005. This month we have a short interview with Peter to introduce another of our faithful staff to you. Peter, those of us who know you will be aware that you used to live in Nigeria. Why did you live in Nigeria? What was it like living…

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