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Cape Town 2010 Session Videos
Watch and respond to the Cape Town 2010 Congress Video
Cape Town 2010 brought together 4,000 leaders from 198 countries to confront the critical issues of our time as they relate to the future of the Church and world evangelization. Participate online by watching video of the Congress sessions and joining with Christians around the world in related discussion.

Samuel Escobar and Rene Padilla,
15.11.2010
Joseph Vijayam, Margunn Dahle and Tony Watkins
24.10.2010
Chris Deckert
24.10.2010
David Wells and Os Guinness
22.10.2010
Cyril Okorocha
22.10.2010
Ehab Al Kaharat
22.10.2010
Os Guinness
22.10.2010
Iain Morris
21.10.2010
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