Accelerating Global Mission Together


The Fourth Lausanne Congress

As we journey towards 2050, the need for a comprehensive, coordinated, and collaborative global mission has never been more pressing. In a landmark event that unites over 10,000 men and women from diverse backgrounds to consider gaps and opportunities in global mission, the global church converges in Incheon, South Korea for the Fourth Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization.

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“The State of the Great Commission brings together the best global data and key strategic thinkers to understand where the greatest gaps and opportunities are for the Great Commission’s fulfillment.”

Matthew Niermann, Director — State of the Great Commission Report

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