Prayer Community

Mwawi Chilongozi in Malawi

Jesus was no ordinary baby, but the long-promised King, who had come for the salvation of the world. The first visitors – the shepherds – were men from the margins of society. Angels called them to see what God was doing for Israel and the whole world. A Savior had arrived humbly, dwelling among the poor and lowly of the earth.

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New Books

Christianity in Northeast India

In his recent book, Christianity in Northeast India, Chongpongmeren Jamir (LeaderStudies) explores how Christianity has grown in Nagaland, which is 90% Christian. He discusses unity, important turning points in Indian church history, and how tribalism and ethnicity have influenced church growth. Chongpongmeren is Associate Professor of Christian History at South Asia Institute of Advanced Christian

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New Books

Vers Un Mariage Chrétien Stable

Jean Musavuli (LeaderStudies) from the Democratic Republic of Congo recently co-wrote Vers Un Mariage Chrétien Stable with his wife, Linda, at the request of couples they mentor. It answers questions about relational stability from an African perspective to help Christians build stronger marriages.

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New Books

An Introduction to Christian Leadership

Jean Musavuli (LeaderStudies) from the Democratic Republic of Congo says that most books about leadership are written by Westerners. He recently contributed a chapter about Moses and David to An Introduction to Leadership, written by African Christians for African Christians.

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Prayer Community

Thanksgiving Prayers

In times of trouble and uncertainty, we continue to come before God with our requests, needs, and fears – and we do so with thanksgiving. As we pause amid a tumultuous year, we invite you to join us in prayers of thanksgiving for God’s provision.

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Prayer Community

Andry Randrianasolo from Madagascar

It is in these uncertain and troubled times that churches need to rise above and beyond, and find means to care for believers, so that they can be sustained in their faith in Jesus Christ, instead of seeking other means of help from the wrong places, such as from witchdoctors or dead ancestors.

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New Books

Dependent, Independent, Interdependent?

If you want to continue to learn about the Church in Latin America, explore our second November book. By Martin Hartwig Eitzen (LeaderStudies; also supported by Langham) from Paraguay, Dependent, Independent, Interdependent? analyzes how Western missions have shaped Latin American churches and considers how Majority World and Western believers can partner with cultural sensitivity and

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New Books

Un Testimonio Visible: Cristologia, Liberacion y Participacion

If you’re curious about the development of theology in Latin America, read our first November book of the month, A Visible Witness: Christology, Liberation, and Participation by Jules A. Martinez-Olivieri (LeaderStudies; also supported by Langham) from Puerto Rico. Although we’ve featured the English edition of this book before, a new Spanish edition is now available.

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