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Lausanne Covenant

“The Lausanne Covenant is widely regarded as one of the most significant documents in modern church history. Emerging from the First Lausanne Congress in 1974, with John Stott as its Chief Architect, it served as a great rallying call to the evangelical Church around the world. It defined what it means to be evangelical, and challenged Christians to work together to make Jesus Christ known throughout the world. It is a covenant with one another, and a covenant with God himself.”

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Acts 29 Theological Distinctives

1. Gospel centrality in all of life
2. The sovereignty of God in saving sinners
3. The work of the Holy Spirit for life and ministry
4. The equality of male and female and the principle of male servant leadership
5. The local church as God’s primary mission strategy