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Aaron Benscoter, US

May 13, 2011  10:27pm

Encouraging to see that more and more followers of Jesus are identified that the Gospel is bigger than one transaction. A focus on the full biblical message will likely appeal to today's cultural pastors-educators and academica and the media-instead of drawing their (perhaps well-placed) ire. Carry on.

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Suman Aghamkar, India

October 07, 2010  1:31am

I congratulate to you for writing a thought-provoking paper. Yes the Church of Jesus Christ will not grow with paid workers, the whole church needs to take the gospel to the whole world. It will not be done unless we train our laity, encourage them to take the Great commission seriously. Apart from this, we also need to take the market place ministry seriously. There is a huge number of Christians working in secular field and we need to train them, equip them so they can share the Gospel with their co-workers. Thus training and equipping Christians is very important, when we think of reaching the whole world with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Pastor David Bashir, Pakistan

August 17, 2010  5:32am

I want to be a part of Lausane convention and listen, learn more while staying with other beleivers and I like share the gospel of Lord Jesus Christ with other. May the God richly bless you all amen.

Dr. P. S. Shalem Raju, India

June 15, 2010  8:49am

Paul talks about - "my gospel". Taking gospel to the whole world truly require for the church to understand first of all, Paul's "my gospel". As I realize, church never kept much effort and desire to understand "my gospel" of Paul. Conglomeration of gospel is not going to provide ground solutions to the whole world.

D. Kenny, Australia

March 31, 2010  6:43am

All who are involved directly in serving God in His redemptive plan for all peoples are missionaries. This includes the on-field works, the intercessors, the mobilizers, the senders, the welcomes, the organisers, the strategists....whomever we are and however Christ chooses to use us to reach the nations. However, people must be made aware of the centrality of world evangelisation to God's plan as it unfurls in the Bible. I love that the Lausanne Movement is focused on the cross, as it is here that we see Jesus as the fulfilment of God's redemptive plan and the inauguration of His redemptive programme, for which we are now the workers. May many many MANY more come to understand His desire to reach the nations! For the glory of His name He will do it, and we will follow.

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