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  • Who We Are

    Langham Partnership is a global fellowship working in pursuit of the vision God entrusted to its founder, John Stott.

  • News & Stories

    • Dr. Christopher Wright to Visit Vancouver

      Langham friends in the Vancouver area are invited to meet Dr. Christopher Wright, the International Ministries Director of Langham Partnership on Friday, May 8, at 7:30 pm at Granville Chapel, 5901 Granville St., Vancouver. Wright will provide an update on Langham Scholars, Langham Preaching, and Langham Literature. This is the perfect opportunity to invite friends […]

    • ‘Together, hand in hand, they now praise the Lord of lords …’

      Francophone Africa mourns the loss of two evangelical church leaders Francophone Africa mourns the loss, within two weeks from each other, of two leading fathers of the evangelical church: Dr René Daïdanso and Dr Isaac Zokoué. Dr Nupanga Weanzana in Bangui is a prominent contemporary church leader and a Langham Writer, as well as the […]

    • More time planning…

      ‘The more time I take in planning … the less time I need for presentation’ Preachers’ training multiplication in rural Kenya In May 2014 a Level Two Langham Seminar in Expository Preaching was held at the End Time Church in Meru Town in Kenya. Two local facilitators delivered the training in English and Swahili: Peter […]

  • Daily Bible Study


    22 May 2015

    A Commentary by John Stott  Matthew 7:7-11 A Christian’s relationships: Our attitude to our heavenly Father. It seems natural that Jesus should move on from our relationship with our fellow men to our relationship with our heavenly Father, the more so because our Christian duty of discrimination (not judging others, not casting pearls before pigs, […]


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