Category Archives: Lausanne

Walking Not Just Talking the Truth

This morning began with a meditation on Eph 4:17–6:9 and a sermon by Calisto Odede, senior pastor of Nairobi Pentecostal Church in Kenya. He provided an excellent, expository yet deeply practical exposition of this passage, reminding us of Paul’s call … Continue reading

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The Blessings of Technology and Childbearing

At 3:45 AM (Chicago time) on Thursday, Oct 21, Eunsil’s water broke. We swiftly got her to the hospital, and made sure she was situated. Only one person was physically missing from the scene. Me. I was only about ten … Continue reading

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Suffering and Glory

Paul says, “So I ask you not to lose heart over what I am suffering for you, which is your glory” (Eph 3:13).  This morning, John Piper reminded us that God has appointed suffering and prayer to bring the nations … Continue reading

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The BIG through the little

On Monday, we began to address major challenges to world evangelization in the world today. The first issue was that of Truth. The challenges of pluralism and globalization have compromised the view of Truth with a capital T for many … Continue reading

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A Global Church!

We are a part of a global church.  This is the biggest realization that I sense from my first day here.  The opening ceremony was a beautiful presentation of African music blended with other songs.  This gathering is the most diverse … Continue reading

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The Gospel and Social Structures?

Let me begin with one thought.  The Lausanne Theology Working Group states the following: When we talk about “the world”, we cannot only think numerically about “all the people who live in the world”. We must think contextually about all … Continue reading

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