John Stott was only every part of a single church congregation – from a child, to a being a Rector, and during his global ministry and later life – All Souls, Langham Place. Yet, despite this unusually restricted church experience, Stott displayed extraordinary commitment to unity between churches across theological spectrums, denominations and national boundaries.
10 February 2021
One of the products of the great friendship between John Stott and Billy Graham was what became the Lausanne Movement. The First International Congress for World Evangelisation was held in …
05 February 2021