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Vital commentary for Central and Eastern Europe

The process of putting together the Central and Eastern European Bible Commentary (CEEBC), which includes one hundred articles on regional issues, includes many meetings, conference calls, drafts, edits and gruelling hard work. It will be the first of it's kind for the region, addressing the specific contextual needs and in light of the history of central and eastern Europe.

The seed of the idea has been planted, an editorial team chosen, and contributors found. But it is God's guidance and blessing that brings success.

The CEEBC's theological editors met for a few days in November last year in Poland, for a writers’ seminar. Editors brought along their first written pieces, (commentaries and articles), for discussion by the editorial team. Langham Partnership editor, Isobel Stevenson, trained them in the process of critiquing and editing their own and each other’s writings.

Read more about the work going into this important indigenous commentary project here.

Langham Partnership Editor Isobel Stevenson

New Releases

Jesus's Identification with the Marginalized and the Liminal
Jesus's Identification with the Marginalized and the Liminal
Author: Bekele Deboch Anshiso
Imprint: Langham Monographs
Ministry Education that Transforms
Ministry Education that Transforms
Author: Robert W. Ferris with John R. Lilis and Ralph E. Enlow, Jr.
Series: ICETE
Imprint: Langham Global Library
Author: Mitchel Modine
Series: Asia Bible Commentary Series 
Imprint: Langham Global Library

Staff Profile – Peter Fleck

Peter Fleck and his wife Mhairi with their two daughters, Isla and Elizabeth

This month we get to know a bit more about Peter Fleck, a Northern Irishman raised in Nigeria, who now lives in Spain and supports the publishing of PhD theses by Majority World scholars in our Langham Monographs imprint.

Find out more about God's story of Peter's life here.

Vulnerable Mission

Frank Paul is interviewed by Graham Hill from The Global Church Project about his experience of humbly sharing Jesus with people whilst walking with them through life. Frank has taken this approach in Germany and in Argentina, be it in villages, slums or remote areas isolated from the rest of the world. You can read more about Frank Paul's experience with the Toba Qom people in Mission Without Conquest
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