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LittWorld is the only international Christian publishing conference of its kind, held every three years. Join more than 150 professionals from Asia, Africa, Europe, North America and the Middle East for LittWorld 2012. Gain intensive training on strategic publishing-related topics.

“LittWorld contributed a great deal in transforming my vision and equipping me to work…” -Joanna Ilboudo, publisher, Burkina Faso

Sharpen Your Skills, Expand Your Vision

“After LittWorld I came home encouraged, inspired with a new vision.”
Bruna Terešak, publisher, Croatia

Welcome to Kenya!

“Jambo! You will find empowerment and encouragement as you fellowship with a global community, united with one purpose,” says Barine Kirimi, chair of the Africa organizing team. “You can’t afford to miss Littworld 2012 in Kenya. Karibu!”

– Media Associates International

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At the end of the day, good content is still key. Thus, MAI’s work is cut out for us: to help with the ongoing development of national authors. With the work of the Holy Spirit, God’s Word will remain alive and powerful in transforming lives. Books and magazines, both in print and digital, based on biblical principles and teachings, by authors writing in their local context and heart language, will continue to make an impact for Christ until He comes again.

Could the rise of self-publishing endanger the viability of publishers in your country? Please comment.

–  ramon rocha III

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The incident captured Liz’s commitment to excellence in Christian writing and publishing. When training Christian writers and communicators, she often quoted Ecclesiastes 12:10: “The Teacher searched to find just the right words, and what he wrote was upright and true.”

-john maust

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