What is God doing in the global church? What does it mean to be a Christian in your context? The new ‘Out of the Margins’ podcast discusses these questions and more, with insights from the global church.
A report projects that the global Christian population will exceed 2.6 billion by mid-2023 and reach around 3.3 billion by 2050, with a shift in the centre towards the majority world. Learn more about the trends in global Christianity in 2023.
Havilah Dharamraj is a Langham Scholar and recently had her commentary, Ruth published in the Asia Bible Commentary Series by Langham Global Library.
Read about her journey into ministry and biblical studies in her own words.
In Myanmar, Paul’s request for “books” is mirrored in the Chin tribe’s thirst for Christian literature. Despite denominational and cultural barriers, a consortium of 18 Bible colleges unites to create a shared library, thanks to the efforts of LeaDev-Langham. Over 4,000 books arrive, enriching students and equipping pastors and missionaries. Volunteers, like Jim, Wendy, and John, play a crucial role in this partnership to serve the Kingdom of God.
Phil Fairbrass writes about how he fell in love with the Myanmar people he taught at MEGST, and how he learnt that sometimes it is our presence as a volunteer that matters the most.