Our vision is to see churches in the Majority World equipped for mission and growing to maturity in Christ through the ministry of pastors and leaders who believe, teach and live by the Word of God.

  • Langham Literature

    Langham Partnership provides biblical books to churches, Bible colleges and seminaries, stimulating the study of God's Word.

  • Our uniqueness

    Langham Partnership equips the equippers, pastors, scholars and leaders - leading to an exponential impact worldwide.

  • News & Stories

    • Delighting in the Trinity

      Indigenous publishing opens up minds in Thailand There has been an unprecedented interest in the gospel in Thailand. More than 1,000 new churches have been planted since the year 2000. According to research published in 2010,* Christian literature played a key part: 60% of new believers identified printed materials as the main medium that influenced […]

    • God’s Marvellous Multiplication

      Langham Partnership: inter-programme engagement The three Langham programmes – Literature, Scholars, Preaching – evolved from Uncle John’s prayerful listening to the needs of believers in the Majority World. The programmes were not particularly designed to inter-relate. But after years of investment, they now appear to regularly and delightfully feed back into one another… Take Daniel […]

    • Ebola Good News in Sierra Leone!

      But ‘please continue to pray for us’ We reported at the end of 2014 on the Ebola crisis in West Africa, particularly in Sierra Leone. This was to help the Langham family pray with insight, especially for the pastors who are part of our preaching networks there. They are often at the frontline of caring […]

  • Daily Bible Study


    28 Feb 2015

    A Commentary by John Stott  Matthew 5:1,2. Introduction: What is the sermon (continued). This is how God put it to the people of Israel soon after he had rescued them from their Egyptian slavery and made them his special people by covenant: ‘I am the Lord your God. You shall not do as they do […]


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