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This Christmas we’re offering you the chance to Buy 1 book and Give 1 book away at no extra cost to you. We have 10 fantastic titles for you by a range of Western and Majority World authors at excellent prices. They are perfect Christmas gifts for friends, family and someone in the Majority World.

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Posted: 29/11/2016
John Steward’s book ‘From Genocide to Generosity’ has won the 2015 INDIEFAB Gold Award for the grief/grieving category.

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Posted: 22/07/2016
From Genocide to Generosity named Foreword Reviews’ 2015 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards Finalist.

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Posted: 18/03/2016
During the summer of 2010 Ghana played host to the first ever conference held within Africa to focus solely on the relationship of the African Christian and Islam. The event was led by John Azumah in partnership with the Center of Early African Theology.

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Posted: 20/09/2013
The Republic of Suriname, located in northern South America has a rich and diverse history going back several centuries. This has seen the introduction of Christianity and the establishment and creation of many church denominations. To date, major theological works have failed to provide correct, balanced and informative dialogue on the history of Christianity and its developments in Suriname.

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Posted: 04/02/2013
The first issue of an occasional update on the work of Langham Literature around the world. In this issue we cover the work being done in Myanmar, Poland, Cambodia and Turkey. We also briefly look at ongoing projects in East Europe.

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Posted: 05/01/2012
John Stott’s thoughtful and practical advice given at some length inI Believe in Preaching has here been abridged by eliminating quotations and examples that spoke more directly to readers in the UK and the US in the 1980s. Greg Scharf has retained the core of the original book but made it more accessible to contemporary readers.

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Posted: 21/12/2011
It will not be possible to write the history of the church in the 20th century without reference to John Stott. His remarkable ministry spanned the whole of the second half of the century and even in his eighties he was making an impact on the 21st.

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Posted: 21/12/2011
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