‘Historic moment’ for Eritrean believers

16 August 2018 |

Last week, the leaders of Ethiopia and Eritrea officially ended an 18-year long ‘state of war’ between the two countries….
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Scholar’s dream to revive Old Testament for the Middle East

14 August 2018 |

Langham Scholar Emad Botros is currently completing his doctoral work at McMaster Divinity College, Canada. Emad and his wife Almess…
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Pray for Langham Scholar João Paulo Aquino

8 August 2018 |

A professor at Andrew Jumper Graduate School of Theology at Mackenzie University, one of Brazil’s oldest and most prestigious schools,…
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“Blessed are the peace-makers”

15 May 2018 |

Rula Mansour is a Palestinian Christian woman who lives in Israel, and a Langham Scholar. She shares her story, her research,…
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Chris Wright’s Word on the World: ‘Though the earth give way’

15 May 2018 |

I read in the New York Times some weeks ago that there are increasing numbers of young couples getting married with…
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‘I was truly privileged to stay at Tyndale House’

27 April 2018 |

Langham Scholar Oboletswe Matlhaope is studying for a PhD at North West University, South Africa, and is from Botswana. From September…
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Author Spotlight – Yohanna Katanacho

31 March 2018 |

Langham Scholar, author and editor Yohanna Katanacho gives some background to his journey of faith and the story behind Praying Through…
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Consecrated on a football pitch

27 March 2018 |

Not every football pitch gets a crowd of 10,000 spectators. Nor does every bishop have 10,000 people singing at their…
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A Scholar’s response to terrorist attacks in Burkina Faso

26 March 2018 |

Langham Scholar Yacouba Sanon, who is from Burkina Faso in West Africa, reacts to recent events in his home country….
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The Power of 10

6 December 2016 |

Strengthening Theological Studies in the MW Theological education in the Majority World (MW) is growing fast. Churches are multiplying, and…
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