Lausanne Movement Podcast

Accelerating Global Mission Together

The Lausanne Movement podcast brings you insights from a global community of Christian influencers to help advance the gospel, foster thriving churches, nurture Christlike leaders, and catalyse kingdom impact across all spheres of society.

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Unlocking Generosity: Biblical Stewardship & Fundraising Strategies for Ministry Leaders with Redina Kolaneci

On this week’s episode of the Lausanne Movement Podcast we host Redina Kolaneci, founder and director of Christian Fundraising Consultancy, who shares powerful insights and actionable tips.


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Integrating Work & Faith: Whole-Life Discipleship & Challenging the Sacred-Secular Divide with Mark Greene

Is your work just a job, or could it be your calling? Join former Executive Director of the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity (LICC), Mark Greene, as he dismantles the “work vs. faith” divide. Discover how integrating faith into your daily work can transform your career and make a real impact on the world around you.

City Transformation: Next-Gen Leadership, Prison Enterprise & Creative Mission with Dr. Tim Tucker

On this episode of the Lausanne Movement Podcast, we hear from Dr. Tim Tucker, CEO for The Message Trust South Africa and Africa Development Director The Message Trust , as he shares his journey of launching a ministry driven to see community transformation within one of the most economically unequal cities in the world.

Connect your Local Ministry with the Global Church: Host a Congress Satellite Site

Today on the podcast, we are joined by Justin Schell, Director of Executive Projects at Lausanne, as he unveils Lausanne’s Satellite Sites initiative for the upcoming Fourth Lausanne Congress in South Korea.

Reimagining Community: Engaging Migrants, Refugees, and the Diaspora in the Great Commission

What happens when your neighbours become strangers overnight? The world is witnessing dramatic shifts in where people call home, who their neighbours are, and the very definition of “community.”.

Redeeming Human Identity: Exploring the Intersection of Scripture, AI, Biotechnology, Gender and Human Sexuality with Dr. Carmen Imes & Dr. Matthew Niermann

This is a defining question for younger generations. In this episode of the Lausanne Movement Podcast, we explore this crucial topic in light of shifting global perspectives on AI, biotechnology, gender, and sexuality.

The Dynamics of Trust: How the Global Trust Deficit Impacts Mission, the Rise in Self-Trust, the Impact of Echo Chambers on Gospel Outreach & the Role of Church in Rebuilding Trustworthy Communities with Dave Benson & Matthew Niermann.

Dr. Dave Benson, Director of Culture and Discipleship at the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity, helps us explore these cultural trends and offers practical strategies for the Church to proactively foster and reestablish trust within its communities.

Attila Nyári on Church Planting in Hungary, Pastoral Succession Planning, Building a Digital Ministry, and Serving in a Global Movement

Attila Nyári shares insights from his journey in faith, beginning as he transitioned from a career in the corporate industry to ministry. He talks about the lessons he learned in the business sector that helped him in ministry.

Delphine Fanfon on Leading with Vulnerability and Humility, Lessons from the African Church, Reaching the Next Generation, Cultivating Identity and Purpose in Christ, and Moving Forward from Failure

Delphine Fanon, shares her journey from being a pastor’s daughter in Cameroon to becoming an influential leader in spiritual and community development. She shares personal experiences and insights on the vulnerabilities and strengths of African leadership.

The Art of Whole Life Mentorship: An Interview with Ole-Magnus Olasfrud

Ole-Magnus unpacks the significant role of mentorship and discipleship in his life and spiritual growth, emphasising the importance of relationships, scriptural guidance, and prayer in mentoring.

Adapting to Global Demographic Shifts: Engaging and Empowering the Next Generation in the Great Commission with Pearl Ganta & Matthew Niermann

Through her work in media, filmmaking, and with the Apnao Foundation, Pearl sheds light on how these demographic changes demand creative approaches to Christian engagement and discipleship.

Emerging Digital Frontier: Amplifying the Gospel’s Impact through Technology

Today, 60% of the world’s population have access to the internet. Simon encourages Christians to harness the power of their digital spaces for spreading the good news of Jesus.

Faithfully Navigating the Digital Age: Technology,Theology and Spiritual Formation

Dive deep into the intersection of theology, culture, and technology with Jonas Kurlberg and Dr. Matthew Niermann.

The State of the Great Commission Report: The Current State and Future Trajectory of Global Mission with Dr. Matthew Niermann.

Dr. Niermann, blending his passion for architectural design with mission work, epitomises the integration of faith and profession, providing a unique perspective on the current state of global missions.

David Bennett & Evi Rodemann on Lausanne’s Seoul 2024 Congress, advice for young leaders, planning impactful events, networking, and collaboration in global mission

Evi and David explore the importance of gatherings for building relationships, fostering spiritual growth, and empowering believers to live out their calling to take the gospel to the world.

Collaborative Action Teams: Mobilising the Church to Close Gaps and Seize Opportunities in Global Mission with Jurie Kriel and Jiyoung Yoo

A new initiative within the Lausanne Movement that aims to mobilise groups of believers to take action in closing gaps and seizing opportunities in our obedience to Jesus’ Great Commission.

Theology and Mission: A Conversation with Dr. Chris Wright and Dr. Ivor Poobalan on The Lausanne Movement’s Theological Influence on Global Mission

Two leading voices in the global evangelical community delve into the crucial role of theology in shaping global missions.

Unpacking 50 Years: The Legacy of the Lausanne Movement with Doug Birdsall and Ramez Atallahhere

Doug and Ramez share personal encounters with iconic figures such as Billy Graham, Thomas Zimmerman, and John Stott, while also unpacking the rich legacy of the Lausanne Movement.

The Vision of the Lausanne Movement: Accelerating Global Mission Together

From stirring historical stories to key challenges ahead, Michael paints a vivid picture of the Movement’s purpose and vision of uniting the global church in addressing the challenges and opportunities in the Great Commission.