The Lausanne Movement has since 1974 functioned as a platform and forum for Evangelical leaders from various geographical and confessional strands. This year it will celebrate its 40th anniversary. This volume brings together voices about both The Lausanne Movement and on the Cape Town Congress in 2010. It gives a broad perspective on the development of and reflection on mission and evangelism among Evangelicals, with a particular focus on the Lausanne movement. It contains chapters about the historical, theological and missiological background and discusses key issues and concepts of Lausanne as they have emerged over the years since 1974. It offers links to and reflections on Cape Town and on Lausanne. Critical views of Cape Town and Lausanne are also included, aiming at opening up a dialogue with other views on evangelism and mission. This book illustrates the development and achievement of the Lausanne Movement for World Evangelization which is an important part of modern Christian history of mission and evangelism. I warmly recommend this collection of essays to envision the future of world evangelization. Olav Fykse Tveit, General Secretary of the World Council of Churches This book is an important one, because Lausanne matters, not only as historical moments but as an ongoing, quiet and powerful movement of God's Spirit. Leighton Ford, Charlotte, Honorary Lifetime Chair of the Lausanne Movement Margunn Serigstad Dahle is Programme Director for and Associate Professor in Communication and Worldviews at Gimlekollen School of Journalism and Communication, NLA University College, Norway. She also serves as Team and Production Director in Damaris Norway. Lars Dahle is Vice-Rector and Associate Professor in Systematic Theology and Apologetics at Gimlekollen School of Journalism and Communication, NLA University College, Norway. He was appointed as Lausanne Senior Associate for Media Engagement in 2013. Knud Jorgensen is Adjunct Professor in Missiology, Communication and Leadership at MF Norwegian School of Theology. He is one of the editors of the Regnum Edinburgh Centenary Series. From 1998 and until 2010 he was director of the Scandinavian mission foundation Areopagos and dean of Tao Fong Shan in Hong Kong.