Christianity Today has named the Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization at Cape Town one of the top news stories of 2010:
Thousands of global evangelical leaders gather in Cape Town to discuss missions, highlight evangelicalism’s global diversity, pray for religious liberty, and build relationships that will likely bear unexpected fruit in the decades to come.
Check out some of the resources from the Acton Institute related to Cape Town 2010:
- Jordan Ballor, “The Ecumenical Future,” Acton Institute PowerBlog (November 19, 2010).
- Brett Elder, “Cape Town 2010: Stewardship, Work, and the Lausanne Movement,” Acton Commentary (November 10, 2010).
- Jordan Ballor, The Paul Edwards Program (October 21, 2010).
- Jordan Ballor, “Examining Evangelical Ecumenism,” Mere Comments (October 20, 2010).
- Jordan Ballor, “Acton and Cape Town 2010,” Acton Institute PowerBlog (October 18, 2010).
- Stephen Grabill, the foreword to Ecumenical Babel: Confusing Economic Ideology and the Church’s Social Witness (Christian’s Library Press).
- Arif Mohamed, Brett Elder, and Stephen Grabill, eds., Kingdom Stewardship: Occasional Papers Prepared by the Lausanne Resource Mobilization Working Group for Cape Town 2010 (Christian’s Library Press).