Most Lausanne titles are available from bookstores and from online retailers, in hard copy and as ebooks. The collection also includes free downloads.
The Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization drew evangelical leaders from 198 nations. Our purpose? To work to discern the Holy Spirit's priorities for the Church. This book offers robust realism, grounded in the Apostle Paul's letter to the Ephesians. Receive it as a gift from the global Church to your national Church, and local congregation: to stimulate strategic planning, expand vision, and stir new passion for Christ and his world. (IVP / The Lausanne Library)
This six-week study, designed for home groups, is unique. You receive a DVD with six expositions from some of the most gifted expositors around the world. Ajith Fernando (Sri Lanka), John Piper (US), Ruth Padilla Deborst (El Salvador), Vaughan Roberts (UK), Calisto Odede (Kenya) and Ramez Atallah (Egypt) bring us insights which Christ has given to the Church on their continents. It is a very rich collection, given by Christ for his Church to share.
As a group, you then study the passage yourselves, digging into the text using questions from the study material. A pullout of the whole of Ephesians is provided with each Participant's Guide. It is designed as a one-hour study, but can be varied for local needs.
Contributing artists include: The Getty's, Chris Tomlin, Trevor Sampson, Ed Cash and more...
This Confession of Faith and Call to Action merits wide reading, as the voice of evangelical leaders from 198 nations, seeking to hear, and respond to, what the Holy Spirit is saying to the Church. (Hendrickson Publishers / Lausanne Library)
By Rose Dowsett. This study guide is designed for use personally or in groups. It walks through each section with questions to stimulate minds and hearts. Designed for use by church fellowships, workplace fellowships or campus fellowships. Contains complete CTC text. (Hendrickson Publishers / Lausanne Library)
Compiled by Darrell Bock (Dallas Theological Seminary), Evvy Campbell (Wheaton College Graduate School) and a global team of contributors. This annotated bibliography encompasses the complete Confession of Faith and Call to Action. Designed for graduate students working towards Masters degrees and doctoral theses. 112 pages. Available for free download or in print published by Wipf & Stock.
Written and compiled by Sara Singleton and Matt Ristuccia. A 10-session course, with integrated video for adult Sunday Schools or other groups. Contains DVD. (Hendrickson Publishers/Lausanne Library)
Written and compiled by Phyllis Bennett for Women's Groups. A 10-week course (Part l) and 12-week course (Part 2), to study the scriptures behind The Cape Town Commitment. Each week includes a group discussion and five personal studies. Workbook format. Free download.
Michael Cassidy looks at Jesus's vision for the Church, passed down to us in John 17, surely one of the the most profound chapters of all scripture. He contrasts this with the Church's reality in the world now, asking with prayerful reflection: Where have we gone wrong? How should we amend our ways?
This readable and attractive book is permeated with Michael's generous, engaging spirit, and with his perceptive insights into the human condition. Thoughtfully illustrated with dozens of anecdotes.
Michael Cassidy is Honorary Chairman of The Lausanne Movement.
The Lausanne Movement's UK story begins with Charles Simeon and the Clapham Sect. Simeon’s ministry marked a watershed in Anglican church history. John Stott and Dick Lucas, among others, based their ministries on his principles of exposition. Full of familiar names and serendipities.
Includes a concertina of the famous 'Simeon silhouettes', unavailable since 1981.
By Chris Wright et al. John Stott's influence was described in The Independent as 'colossal'. All contributors knew him personally. Much previously-unpublished material, and some lovely serendipities. Includes a biographical sketch and a Timeline.
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By Julia Cameron. Written for children and teenagers. This story puts John Stott into context, growing up in London, near the fictional Sherlock Holmes, and living in a two-roomed flat for his last 40 years. He was known to thousands as 'Uncle John'. John Stott served as Honorary Chair of The Lausanne Movement. Includes maps of London and Cambridge, Fact Files, and activities. (Christian Focus Trailblazer series)