Saturday, March 01, 2008

Cape Town 2010

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Cape Town, South Africa (16-25 October, 2010)

Cape Town 2010, The Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization, represents an exciting opportunity for Christian leaders around the world to come together to focus on global evangelization. The vision for Cape Town 2010 was announced by Lausanne in May 2007, with Doug Birdsall, Lausanne Executive Chair, also noting that Cape Town 2010 would be held in partnership with the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA).

Cape Town 2010, the first International Congress on World Evangelization in the 21st Century, will offer an opportunity for leaders to pray, plan and work together as they examine the challenges and opportunities now before the church with respect to world evangelization.

Some 4,000 Christian leaders, representing the broad diversity of the global Body of Christ, are expected to attend Cape Town 2010 in person, with many more participating in discussions and viewing sessions online during the Congress.

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What Christian Leaders Are Saying About Cape Town 2010
Geoff Tunnicliffe – World Evangelical Alliance

Samuel Escobar – Theological Seminary of the Spanish Baptist Union (Lausanne III Advisory Council Chair)

Vonette Bright – Campus Crusade for Christ
Lindsay Brown – International Director, Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization

Bertil Ekstrom – World Evangelical Alliance

Leighton Ford
– Leighton Ford Ministries

Valdir Steuernagel – World Vision

Joni Eareckson Tada
– Joni and Friends International Disability Center

Esme Bowers – Chair, African Enterprise
Clip 1: Involvement Encouraged
Clip 2: Challenges in Africa

Rick Warren – Saddleback Community Church
Christopher Wright - Chair, Lausanne Theology Working Group
Past Lausanne Congresses
Lausanne I - 1974 Lausanne, Switzerland

Lausanne II - 1989 Manila, Philippines

Other Lausanne Gatherings


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