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

The Great Commission calls us all, but how can we “go to the ends of the earth” while serving in our own local contexts?

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.

Whether you’re a seminary president, a local church pastor, a ministry leader, or a passionate church member, hosting a Satellite Site offers you the chance to:

  • Be a part of the Fourth Lausanne Congress,
  • Spark local action with global impact,
  • Connect and collaborate with global leaders.

In this episode, you’ll discover:

  • The vision and hope behind the Satellite Sites initiative,
  • Practical steps to get involved and host your own site,
  • The dream of fostering long-term impact in churches, communities, and the global mission.

Don’t miss out! Join the movement, answer the call, and be part of something bigger. Listen now to discover how your local ministry can connect with the global church through the Lausanne 2024 Satellite Sites.
Find out more and register here: https://lausanne.org/l4/seoul-2024-satellite-sites

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Guests in This Episode

Justin Schell

Justin Schell is passionate about serving God's church and her mission in the world.  He is the director of executive projects for the Lausanne Movement as well as the US director for Union School of Theology (www.theolo.gy). He studied mission and biblical theology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and business administration at EDHEC Business School. He is author of Come and See: A History and Theology of Mission as well as the forthcoming The Mission of God in the Short Studies in Biblical Theology series by Crossway Publishing. He is husband to Megan and daddy to Henry and Evie. They are members at Evergreen Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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