News, Events & Resources
"Silence about Violence" - is this ever okay?
Join us to celebrate and congratulate Aung Htoo, who has recently passed his doctoral thesis examination (subject to minor amendments) on this big question in the context of Myanmar's history & Church.
Wednesday 22 August 7.30pm
Coffee & Cake
Upstairs Lounge, Laidlaw College, Central Park Drive, Henderson
Aung Htoo studied for his PhD at Laidlaw College, and is now a faculty member at LeaDev-Langham’s Partner School MEGST (Myanmar Evangelical Graduate School of Theology) where he has a dream to start a contextual theology research centre. He is the second scholar to complete a PhD in New Zealand while financially supported by generous friends of both Leadership Development Int’l and Langham Partnership NZ.
From our Partner Schools
Myanmar: MEGST News - June/July 2018
Pakistan: Meet the new principal of our Partner School, ZBS - Aug 2018
Read our latest Annual Report Highlights 2017
Here's a map of where we're working across Asia-Pacific.
September 2016 - Christian Life interviews Paul Windsor about training preachers around the world with Langham Preaching (pg 3)
August 2016 - Baptist Magazine "Resourcing Mission with Inspiring Stories of Relevance?" by Paul Windsor
August 2016 - Missions Interlink Bulletin interview Paul Windsor, International Director of Langham Preaching (pg 11)
July 2016 - Missions Interlink Bulletin article by Dr Riad Kassis, International Director of Langham Scholars (pg 8)
May 2016 - Missions Interlink Bulletin article on Aung Mang and LeaDev-Langham (pg 15)
April 2016 - Christian Life interviews Tony Plews
Preaching & Talks
Salt & Light - Paul Windsor - 11Sept16 (40179 KB)
Various Sermons at Massey Community Church - Tony Plews and Rod Edwards
Langham Partnership International
Other Mission Groups
OMF New Zealand
Operation World “Leadership development is the crucial bottleneck to Church growth. There is a worldwide lack of men and women truly called of God and deeply taught in the Scriptures to lead the churches … Those who accurately and effectively expound the Scriptures are few, especially in areas where the churches are growing rapidly.” Operation World 2010 p17