First Japanese Langham Scholar returns to preach and teach

In October the first Langham Scholar from Japan, Kei Hiramatsu, graduated from Asbury Theological Seminary, US. Kei and his young family have now returned to Japan, where Kei is teaching at Central Bible College in Tokyo. He’s also pastoring a local church. Although a developed, wealthy country, Japan has very few Christians and even fewer…

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Resurrection Church Beirut – Situation Report

Hikmat Kashouh is Senior pastor of Resurrection Church, Beirut. He is also a graduated Langham Scholar and Author. The following article is taken from Langham Publishing blog: What is the situation with us at the moment? A situation report is often used in military operations and uses non-emotional language with simple facts. Let me…

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A reflection from Uganda

Emmanuel Mukeshimana, Langham Scholar, Rwanda/UgandaMarch 2020 I am now speechless, I do not know how to begin with my reflection, but in times like this, it is where we see God at work. This last Sunday was the first day of family service due to the ban of public gathering. Our service went on very…

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Train one, Impact Thousands

Tigist and Seble photo

 “What is the purpose of life?” “Is God real? Is the Bible real?”  These are questions that youth leader Tigist hears daily from the group of teens she mentors at her local church in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. They are looking for truth, meaning, and real hope in the midst of the troubled world they’ve grown…

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‘Theological education in Africa will be renewed because of Langham’

Last month, Kenyan Langham Scholar Rev Dr David Tarus was appointed as the new Executive Director of the Association for Christian Theological Education in Africa (ACTEA). He began his PhD at McMaster Divinity College, Canada, in 2013, graduating in 2017. Since David returned to Kenya, with his wife Jeane and children, he has pastored and taught…

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Author Spotlight – Hikmat Kashouh

Pastor Hikmat Kashouh and His Wife

Hikmat Kashouh is the senior pastor of Resurrection Church Beirut (previously Hadath Baptist Church), a vibrant and growing missional church located in the suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon. He is a Langham Scholar, gaining his PhD in Textual Criticism from the University of Birmingham, UK. Hikmat was previously the Academic Dean at Arab Baptist Theological Seminary, which…

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One step closer to PhD after Tyndale House stay

Emad Botros

Langham Scholar Emad Botros very much appreciates Langham’s support, which allowed him to stay at Tyndale House in Cambridge for three weeks. Read his encouraging report: This was my first time in Cambridge, and to Tyndale House. The first impression you get while there is that it is a historical and an inspiring place, where…

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