• 12.10.10

    Be part of Cape Town 2010

    Cape Town 2010, the Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization, will be held in Cape Town, South Africa, from 16-25 October 2010, and at more than 600 GlobaLink sites around the world. The Congress is held in collaboration with the World Evangelical Allicance, and brings together 4,000 leaders from more than 200 countries to confront the critical issues of our time – other world faiths, poverty, HIV/AIDS, persecution, among others - as...

  • 27.07.10

    Evangelicals explore interfaith encounter at St Ethelburga's

    Sixty evangelical Christians met on 8 July at St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation and Peace in a ground-breaking private consultation to explore the issues raised in building relationships with people of other faiths. The event took place in connection with Edinburgh 2010 which is a multi-denominational and international project set up to commemorate the 1910 World Missionary Conference.

  • 06.06.10

    Edinburgh 2010 concludes in historic Assembly Hall

    African choir

    Archbishop John Sentamu issued a reminder at the closing worship service of “Edinburgh 2010”. Jesus told his followers, “You are my witnesses.” The Anglican archbishop of York appealed on behalf of “the crucial importance of Christian witness.”

  • 06.06.10

    Pentecostal delegates rejoice at participation in Edinburgh 2010

    In a statement published at the Edinburgh 2010 conference, the 21 Pentecostal delegates acknowledged the historical significance of Edinburgh 1910, and rejoiced over the participation of Pentecostals in the centenary celebrations, which took place from 2-6 June in the Scottish capital.

  • 06.06.10

    Watch the video of the Edinburgh 2010 Celebrations

    Assembly Hall

    The video recording of the closing celebration which took place at the Assembly Hall in Edinburgh, the same place where the first world missionary conference took place in 1910, is available online.

  • 05.06.10

    Interview with Dr. Tinyiko Sam Maluleke

    Professor Tinyiko Maluleke

    Interview with Dr. Tinyiko Sam Maluleke, Director for Research at UNISA in Pretoria, Current president of the South African Council of Churches

  • 05.06.10

    Anniversary events mark “stations on our common journey”

    O. Fykse Tveit, B. Farrell, G. Tunnicliffe

    “Mission is a commandment, and unity is a prayer,” according to Bishop Brian Farrell of the Roman Catholic Church. The commandment to make disciples is found in the “great commission” of Jesus in Matthew 28:16-20, and John 17:21 records Christ’s prayer that all his followers may be one.

  • 05.06.10

    Mission according to youth

    Youth delegates

    By Fofo Lerefolo

    The youth delegation would like to give ‘a thumbs up’ to Edinburgh 2010 for recognizing them as part of the Conference. Youth tends to be marginal in most proceedings and that makes their voice be silent. It is high time we move forward as the world and identify youth as the mission practitioners of today. This is the historic moment for young people who came to represent their churches and countries in witnessing to Christ...

  • 05.06.10

    Edinburgh 2010: How do young people get involved?

    By Fofo Lerefolo

    It’s been 100 years since delegates met in Edinburgh to discuss the state of world missions, and many momentous, world-changing decisions were made. I sit now, a young South African, in 2010, part of the centenary celebrations. My presence here shows just how much the times have changed. In 1910, a mostly male, all-Western, all-adult delegation met. I represent the opposite of all that – young, female and African.

  • 04.06.10

    Key terms for mission and Christian unity in 2010

    Cutting-edge concepts for mission and evangelism have been introduced in texts prepared for the Edinburgh 2010 Conference. On Friday 4 June presenters from four continents, focusing on the topic “mission worldwide”, suggested the following phrases for inclusion in the lexicon of mission and unity.

Latest Discussion on Study Themes

For more information on the Edinburgh 2010 study themes, please click here.

Rev. Rudolph H. Pasaribu has submitted this perspective on the challenges and opportunities of Christian mission among other faiths from a grassroots perspective in Indonesia.
Posted By: Kirsteen Kim on Apr 08, 2010 10:43AM
"Mission at and from the Margins" was the title of a colloquium held at the Henry Martyn Institute, Hyderabad, india on 23-27 September 2009. An illustrated report of the event is now available to download and is attached here. The event...
Posted By: Kirsteen Kim on Nov 20, 2009 04:51AM
Dr Malcolm I Hunter, a long-term missionary and specialist in ministry to nomadic peoples has contributed the attached paper, 'All people on earth', under this theme.
Posted By: Kirsteen Kim on Oct 31, 2009 07:03AM
Download papers (in Spanish) from the Latin American Theological Fellowship Regional Consultation for Mexico, Central America, Panama and Caribbean in San José, Costa Rica on 6-7 August 2009 from this site through this link, by kind permission of the...
Posted By: Kirsteen Kim on Oct 27, 2009 11:03AM
The papers of the conference of the European Pentecostal Charismatic Research Association (EPCRA) are available for download, by kind permission, at...
Posted By: Kirsteen Kim on Oct 19, 2009 10:32AM