Don't have an account yet? Sign Up Now. It's free!

The Lausanne Global Conversation is on the World Wide Open Network

Community Resources

Browse articles, videos and other resources from missional leaders around the world using the filters to the left.

Free xml sitemap generator

Featured
Religious Liberty
Anonymous
|
Korea, North
ArticleIcon
Religious Liberty
Thomas Harvey and David Ro
|
United States
ArticleIcon
Religious Liberty
Roger Trigg
|
United States
ArticleIcon
Religious Liberty
Dr. Os Guinness
|
United States
ArticleIcon
Religious Liberty, World Faiths
Lausanne Global Analysis
|
China
ResearchIcon
Reconciliation, World Faiths, Religious Liberty
Lausanne Global Analysis
|
Sudan
ArticleIcon
Recent responses
After reading many articles about Diasporas, this prayer is a breath of fresh air. It is easy to feel helpless when we consider the great…jseter - In Response To: Prayer for Migrants in the New Year
I am inspired by the United Nations’ decision to appoint December 18th as International Migrants day. However, I am disappointed that after 14 years of…jseter - In Response To: International Migrants Day
One billion people on the move. The "global village" is now "global apartments;" does the reference to global apartments mean short-term... always transit? Global apartments equate a…Hummingbird - In Response To: Diasporas - Lausanne Global Leadership Forum
Only a few percentage of people in church give of their time, talent and treasure. If everyone would serve in their gifted area, the church…Pumpkin - In Response To: Leading Change
Social media is the thing of the present. It is a way to network and connect people to churches without leaving home. If a person…Pumpkin - In Response To: Effective Use of Social Media in Sharing the Gospel: Focus on World Regions
This ariticle warmed my heart because instead of business as usual, this cardinal reminded the members that the need of the people outside were of…Pumpkin - In Response To: “PRAY FOR ME” Pope Francis: How Should We Respond?