From over 16 nations across Europe, younger leaders gathered in Poland to connect, share hearts, be prayed for and learn about Europe and what Spirit-filled leadership will mean for today.
From 17th to 21st October 2022, 600 Christian leaders from across Asia gathered in Bangkok (Thailand) under the theme of “Rethinking Church and Mission: God’s Agenda for Today”.
With Jim Memory and Usha Reifsnider at the helm, Lausanne Europe gets a dynamic leadership team, as diverse as the continent itself.
Eyes were opened to new perspectives ears were opened to the often-muted voices of women, youth, and diaspora Christians in Europe.
The first believers brought Jesus to people who had never heard his name / They came with good news, and those wanting, longing found rest in the presence of the gospel lived out.
The Lausanne Europe Online Gathering was the first major Lausanne conference in Europe since the original congress called by Billy Graham in Lausanne Switzerland in 1974.
Lars Dahle emphasizes the significance of the Lausanne Movement as a convener of key people to meet, talk and think together as well as listen to one another.
Exchange of ideas takes place at the Networking Tables after one of the plenary sessions at the Lausanne Europe Online Gathering.
The four-day LE20/21 will address the big questions of how evangelical churches can meet the challenge of bringing the dynamic gospel to an increasingly secular European continent.
German IT engineers are mounting lights, cameras, and computers in Southampton. Some 1,100 evangelical leaders from 40 countries are ready to join online.
A thousand church and mission leaders from some forty countries will meet next week to think and pray together and seek a way forward for mission in Europe.
The LGBTQ movement has provided us with a new set of ideologies that claim to strike a wedge between our body and our soul.
The Global Youth Culture Study found out about their struggles, beliefs, relationships, connectedness and who and what influences them.
On 17th June, the Christian apologist and author will be interviewed in an online event as part of the Lausanne Europe agenda to prepare the November gathering in Poland.
Three years prior to Cape Town 2010, the Lausanne Theology Working Group had been meeting. It had a core of about 12 members – men and women from every continent. Over the course of our meetings, some 60 people altogether took part in a series of international consultations
Over the past eight months, Impact Groups have been forming all over Europe. How to reach young people in urban settings and on university campuses with the dynamic gospel will be one of the topics discussed at the Oct. 24 online event.
Norwegian politicians took one more step in the direction of a society where babies are regarded a commodity to be ordered and traded, not as a child created in the image of God.
Participation in the Impact Groups of Lausanne Europe 2020 is being opened up beyond the circle of delegates to the gathering.
“The challenge for us is to welcome people into our churches, give them time in their process of discovering what it means to be a Christian, while holding on to Biblical standards”, says professor of religious studies Evert Van de Poll.
“We need to realise that behind the trends, ideologies and mindsets that we face, there are spiritual realities”, says the general secretary of the Swedish Evangelical Alliance.
At the LE2020 Gathering in Poland 21-25, October Usha Reifsnider will expand on her experience.