Far East and Near East

4 December 2013 |
The Nestorian Stele 200

Re-drawing a historic link In his hometown of Zahle in Lebanon, the Director of Langham Scholars, Riad Kassis, regularly meets…
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Request for prayer following the Nairobi Westgate Mall attack

26 September 2013 |
Dr Mwiti

In the aftermath of the Nairobi Westgate Mall attack on Sunday 22 September 2013, Dr Gladys Mwiti, a Kenyan Langham…
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The Reluctant Publisher – from Latvia

12 September 2013 |
Ungars Gulbis

Publishers are enthusiasts. So why assist a ‘reluctant’ publisher? Ungars Gulbis, a Latvian preacher and church planter, is not hesitant about…
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Preacher-teaching wisdom from the Pacific Islands

22 August 2013 |
Pacific Consultation 1 Featured

‘Never do alone what you can do with another!’ This comment captures Pacific Island culture. It also captures what motivates…
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Blessed are the Advocates

24 July 2013 |

A Langham scholar passionate about social justice in Vietnam The church in Vietnam has faced tremendous challenges, evident not least…
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100 million and counting

24 July 2013 |

Introducing HippoBooks – LivresHippo People are sometimes surprised to hear that French is spoken in Africa. They are even more…
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Egypt in Crisis

12 July 2013 |

In the face of increasing unrest following the recent overthrow of Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi, leaders on both sides of…
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A book here, a book there!

13 June 2013 |
Pastor Acher Niyonizigiye from Bujumbura Community Church in Burundi

A book here, a book there! by Ruth Slater, Langham Literature. A relatively small town in the North of England…
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Breaking Down Barriers in Bulgaria

31 May 2013 |

Breaking Down Barriers in Bulgaria by Tiffany Randall & Ian Shaw, Langham Scholars In Bulgaria, 76% of the population belongs to…
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A New Light in the East

16 May 2013 |
The Message of the Resurrection Book Cover

A New Light in the East by Colin Macpherson, Langham Literature. Myanmar is a hugely complex and needy country. There are…
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