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Published in : 2014-07-11 | by Lausanne Movement
This documentary 'Let the Earth Hear His Voice' tells the story of the First Lausanne International Congress on World Evangelization, held in Lausanne, ...
Published in : 2018-12-11 | by Lausanne Movement
The story of Sarah Chang, a North Korean refugee, and how she came to be a participant in the 2019 Lausanne Global Workplace Forum. Sarah's powerful ...
Published in : 2009-04-07 | by Lausanne Movement
Reflections on the history of the Lausanne Movement, including Berlin 1966, Lausanne 1974 and looking forward to Cape Town 2010.
Published in : 2011-10-05 | by Lausanne Movement
How did a persecuted movement that began with a small group of Jews become the most widespread movement in the world today? This sweeping cinematic ...
Published in : 2011-10-06 | by Lausanne Movement
How do you reach cities? Urban areas are fundamentally different from suburban or rural areas, but most churches are indigenous to non-urban areas.
Published in : 2011-09-27 | by Lausanne Movement
Kenyan pastor Calisto Odede preaches from Ephesians 4:17-6:9. He challenges us to consider whether Christianity makes any difference in our lives, instructing ...
Published in : 2013-08-15 | by Lausanne Movement
Raphael Anzenberger describes the ministry of the Francophone Evangelist Forum. More than 300 gathered at the most recent forum, one-third under the age of ...
Published in : 2011-10-05 | by Lausanne Movement
How did a persecuted movement that began with a small group of Jews become the most widespread movement in the world today? This sweeping cinematic ...
Published in : 2013-10-01 | by Lausanne Movement
Media has an important role in making the gospel message more available, attractive, and plausible. Andy Crouch focuses particularly on the use of mass media ...
Published in : 2013-08-15 | by Lausanne Movement
Panelists Bob Doll, Keith Chua, Jerry White, and Steve Osei-Mensah, who together have over a century of experience in the workplace, speak on the need for ...