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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God is at Work

Witness the diverse expressions of God's work through the global church, showcasing the many ways in which his transformative power is seen across the world.


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In this episode of the Lausanne Movement Podcast, we interview Rei Lemuel Crizaldo, the leader of the Theological Commission of the World Evangelical Alliance. We explore the impact of colonial history on Christian identity and the importance of reviewing cultural engagement in theology. Rei shares his personal journey, insights…
Can your 9-to-5 job become a powerful platform for mission? In this episode, we interview Bob Doll, the President, CEO, and CIO of Crossmark Global Investments, Inc. We delve into the concept of viewing the workplace as a mission field. Bob shares his personal journey, insights from influential books,…

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In this episode of "God on the Move," Dr. Victor Petrenko shares about his upbringing during the Soviet Union and how, after his father served two and a half years in prison, his family had to flee Belarus for Latvia. From there, Victor planned youth trips to Siberia to…
In this episode of "God on the Move," Emmanuel Trinity shares his experience growing up in a slum in Kampala, the capital of Uganda. He remembers how his life was rescued through the gift of the Gospel and recounts how a computer opened up unimaginable opportunities. Emmanuel explains that…

“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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