Meetings 2018:

                      


Rev. Chris Wright spoke on the following subject:


Theme: Celebrating Faith in a Threatening World - Habakkuk for today


           Monday. Habakkuk 1:1-4          Questioning God's Silence: when God takes no 

                                                       action against evil people.

           Tuesday. Habakkuk 1:5-2:4       Questioning God's Sovereignty: when God does take 

                                                       action through evil people.

           Wednesday. Habakkuk 2:5-20  Declaring God's Judgment: Five marks of social evil.

           Thursday. Habakkuk 3:1-19       Trusting God's Word: in the past, present and future.


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Rev. Chris Wright is the International Ministeries Director of the Langham Partnership.


His job is to represent and promote the vision and work of Langham around the world through his international travel and speaking and his writing ministry as a Christian scholar and author, and to share in the spiritual and strategic leadership of the organisation. An ordained pastor in the Church of England, Chris spent five years teaching the Old Testament in India, and thirteen years as Academic Dean and then Principal of All Nations Christian College in England.

Author of many books, including 'Jesus in the Old Testament', 'The God I don't understand', 'The Mission of God' and 'Old Testament Ethics for the People of God'.

                                                                                                                                       



Langham Partnership is a global fellowship working in pursuit of the vision of God entrusted to its founder, John Stott, to strengthen the growth of the church in maturity and Christlikeness through raising standards of biblical preaching and teaching.

 The name 'Langham' comes from All Souls Church, Langham Place, London where John Stott ministered for nearly 60 years.

A Member of the Keswick Fellowship