Saturday 14 November 2020

Lausanne Global Analysis 9, 6 (November 2020)

The latest issue of Lausanne Global Analysis, from The Lausanne Movement, is available online from here, including pdfs of individual articles as below.

Stephen Ko, Paul Hudson, and Jennifer Jao

Kingdom Opportunities for Bridging COVID-19 Disparities: A Multi-dimensional Approach

Medical professionals Stephen Ko, Paul Hudson, and Jennifer Jao show how the global church has the unique opportunity to creatively bridge disparities wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hebert Palomino

Building a Moveable Pulpit for Mental Health: Connecting Our Stories to God’s Story

COVID-19 has exacerbated the global mental health crisis. Hebert Palomino, a mental health practitioner and professor of pastoral care, demonstrates how we can each build a moveable pulpit amidst the stress, loneliness, and despair.

Jacob Daniel

Kashmir on the Cusp of a New Dawn: A Call to Global Prayer

The global church is called to intercede on behalf of the turmoil taking place in Kashmir. International speaker and cultural analyst Jacob Daniel provides an insightful guide to pray for this turbulent region.

Charles Rijnhart

The World’s Least Reached Are On Our Streets: Global Gateway Cities and the Opportunity for Mission

What if going to the ends of the world meant going to the other end of the street? Writing from Nepal with Diaspora Missions Initiative, Charles Rijnhart demonstrates how local churches in global gateway cities are the key to reaching the world’s least reached.

D.J. Oden

Keys to Contextualized Church Planting in Thailand: Phetchabun and the Free in Jesus Christ Church Association

There's a growing movement for Christ in Central Thailand among Buddhists. D.J. Oden, a cross-cultural worker in southeast Asia with Pioneers, shows what successfully contextualized church planting can look like.

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