Cape Town 2010: The Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization

Cape Town 2010 has been called the most representative gathering of Christian leaders in the 2,000 year history of the Christian movement (Christianity Today). Four thousand Christian leaders representing 198 countries attended the Congress in Cape Town, South Africa. The Congress was brought together by a globalized leadership team from Africa, Egypt, Malaysia, India, North America and elsewhere. Several thousand more leaders participated in the Congress through the Cape Town GlobaLink and Lausanne Global Conversation.

Sounded a ringing affirmation of the truth of Jesus Christ

Presented a clear statement on Christian witness among people of other faiths.

Provided a re-focused emphasis on evangelism and the integral mission of the Church.

Issued a clarion call to eradicate Bible poverty.

Called the Church back to humility, integrity and simplicity.

Addressed important issues facing the church and God’s world.

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The Cape Town Commitment

The Cape Town Commitment, issued out of Cape Town 2010, stands in the historic line of The Lausanne Covenant and Manila Manifesto. It is a profoundly elegant and biblical affirmation of evangelical faith, framed in the language of love, and is a purposeful articulation of our call to action with regard to world evangelization. It is the result of a three year consultation process that brought together hundreds of Christian leaders from around the world. These leaders helped identify the issues that were discussed at the Congress and then emphasized in the document. 

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