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International Congress on World Evangelization - Collection 53

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Table of Contents

Brief Description of This Collection

Title Page and Restrictions

General Historical Background of Billy Graham and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association

Historical Background

An Essay on the Contents of the Collection (Scope and Content) Other Information Which Will Be Helpful to the User of This Guide

Lists of Audio Tapes, Oversize Materials, and Photographs in This Collection (Location Records)
    Audio Tapes
    Oversize Materials
    Photographs
List of the Contents of Boxes of Paper Records in This Collection (Container List)


Collection 53
[December 1, 2004]

International Congress on World Evangelization (ICOWE); 1974
Records; August, 1972-July, 1974; n.d.
6 Boxes (3 DC, 3 ODC; 3.0 cubic feet), Audio Tapes, Oversize Material, Photographs

Brief description: Procedure books, press releases, programs, reports, and speech texts and audio tapes, created for the Congress on World Evangelization held in Lausanne, Switzerland, in 1974.

Restrictions

The BGEA retains the copyright to their materials and their permission is needed for quotation. BGEA permission is also required to copy photos, audio recordings, or films in this collection, as well as paper records in any restricted files. The Archives staff will provide the form needed to request copying permission. Paper records in files not otherwise restricted may be copied. For quotation permission, contact the BGEA at bgpermissions@bgea.org


Historical Background

Conference name International Congress on World Evangelization; also referred to as Lausanne Congress, Lausanne '74 or ICOWE
Conference venue Palais de Beaulieu in Lausanne, Switzerland. Lausanne was selected as the Congress site in October 1972. The Congress office was opened in April 1973.
Conference dates July 16-25, 1974
Conference theme "Let the earth hear His voice"
Conference background Plans announced by Billy Graham in August 1972 to hold an international congress on evangelism as a follow-up to the 1966 World Congress on Evangelism held in Berlin
Conference purpose To gather (by invitation only) the international leaders of evangelical Protestant Christians together for strategic planning, inspiration, and fellowship
Attendance figures Approximately 4000 participants, observers, news media, and guests
Conference figures
Honorary chairman Billy Graham
Executive chairman A. Jack Dain
Director Don Hoke, American missionary and educator in Japan
Program Committee chairman Leighton Ford
Program committee associate director Paul Little
Other conference staff see Addendum which follows Provenance section of this guide
Governing body Board of Conveners consisting of 164 Christian leaders who had gathered at Graham's invitation
Executive body Planning committee of thirty-one headed by Sydney Bishop A. Jack Dain to provide guidelines for what the Congress was going to do and whom it was going to invite
Administrative committee An eight member administrative committee was formed to act in emergencies and between committee meetings; subcommittees for finances and film were also formed
Financial support The Congress was financed partially by gifts and partially by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA). The BGEA also provided aid by allowing several of its employees to work full- or part-time for the Congress as staff members or consultants.
Post-conference resources The Congress compendium, consisting of both the texts of pre-Congress working papers and plenary session remarks, was published under the title Let the Earth Hear His Voice by World Wide Publications in 1975. Reaching All was a six-cassette series of reports, excerpts and interviews developed for commercial distribution and radio broadcast. An eighteen-cassette series of conference plenary sessions was produced by World Wide Publications for commercial distribution.
Other significant information
One of the major tasks of the staff was preparing lists of whom to invite based on suggestions submitted by members of the convening committee and others.
Paul Little worked with the program committee and its chairman Leighton Ford in planning the events and speaking schedule of the meeting, determining what topics would be addressed and by whom.
Along with the major plenary addresses (including the opening and closing addresses by Graham), there were Bible studies, demonstrations of evangelistic methods, small group discussions, reports on aspects of the theology and strategy of evangelism, reports on the situation of the church in various geographical locations, debates by citizens and workers on the strategies necessary for particular nations, an evangelistic meeting for the general public held in the city's stadium (Laustade '74), and the signing by a large number of the participants of the Lausanne Covenant, a statement intended to define the necessity, responsibilities and goals of spreading the Gospel.
Also important to the Congress's goals were the consultations held in 1973 on how best to continue the Congress's goals after the meeting. From these meetings came the first plans for the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization. The process of selecting members of a continuation committee was begun at the Congress. Eventually, forty-nine people were selected to plan for future consultation and congresses as needed. Rev. Leighton Ford was chosen as chairman of this committee and Rev. Gottfried Osei-Mensah as Executive Secretary.
Following the Congress, the staff closed the Lausanne office. Final tasks included sending out the final news releases, preparing the papers and tapes delivered at the Congress for publication and sale, answering mail, and shipment of most of the office files to the BGEA office in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The office was officially closed at the end of October 1974.

Scope and Content

Series I: Paper records
Arrangement: Alphabetical according to folder titles
Date Range: 1972-1974
Volume: 3.0 cubic feet
Boxes: 1-6
Type of documents: Duplicated materials such as forms, news releases, form letters, and other official publications, created in preparation for, during, and after the Lausanne Congress.
Notes: Primarily duplicated materials created in preparation for, during, and after the Lausanne Congress. The procedure books and press books have been removed from the notebooks in which they were received and refoldered in order to make them more usable. Correspondence related to the Congress can be found in the records of the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization (BGC Archives Collection 46); the Lausanne Committee emerged as the organization to continue the Congress's impact, coordinate ongoing meetings, and encourage evangelism efforts.
Exceptional items: Two items are particularly helpful reference tools on the Congress. Folder 1-2 contains the printed booklet listing all the registrants at the meeting. Each entry includes a registration number, an initial indicating the registrant's language and country of origin; individuals not attending as recognized participants (participants were invited to the Congress and given voting privileges in Congress deliberations) were also identified with a letter C = convenor, G = guest, O = observer, P = press/media, S = Congress staff, V = visitor, and Z = steward). Folder 3-6 contains the Congress program book, prepared in four languages. The book includes: general Congress information; a detailed outline of the Congress schedule, noting all major speakers; a list of smaller sessions; and an index listing various program personnel and Congress staff.

Texts of certain papers to be presented to the entire Congress were printed in advance and distributed to the participants for review and response. Folder 1-1 contains these texts for the Biblical Foundation Papers, presented by Peter Beyerhaus, Henri Blocher, Michael Green, Rene Padilla, Howard Snyder, John Stott, and Susumu Uda. Folder 1-5 similarly contains the texts for the Issue Strategy Papers. The authors of these papers were Samuel Escobar, Donald McGavran, George Peters, Francis Schaeffer, and Ralph Winter. Each of these presentations and others were recorded at the Congress. The researcher should refer to the Location Record for Audio Tapes of this guide for a complete list of these.

A newspaper, Lausanne, was printed daily during the Congress, containing information and instructions for Congress participants, articles, reports and miscellaneous bits of information. The nine issues were prepared in four languages (English, French, German, and Spanish) and are located in OS file 24.

The majority of the collection consists of press books, procedure books and program books from the Congress. Folders 1-7 through 2-3 contain the contents of the two-part press books. These consist of the news releases prepared prior to and during the Congress in a variety of languages; the Information Bulletin, a newsletter prepared before the Congress, also in several language editions; a list of news media corp and news staff at the Congress news center; a glossary of religious terms for journalists; memos to news media corp; and Billy Graham's statement to the press.

Folders 2-4 through 3-3 contain the contents of the two-part procedure books. These consist of all the duplicated materials (stationary, forms, staff memos, promotional materials, mass mailings, lists of committees, memos, etc.) produced before and during the Congress. These closely follow the procedure book format used by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (see Collection 16), whose representation on the Congress staff and financial backing are evidences of its contribution to and leadership of the Congress.

Several items among these bear mentioning. Folder 2-5 includes a biographical sketch of Jack Dain, a document on Congress subsidies, a timetable of preparation, the agenda of a 1973 Planning Committee meeting, a communication report prepared by Warwick Olson for a 1973 Administrative Committee meeting, and suggested responses to criticism about the Congress. In addition, many of the letters duplicated went out under the signature of Donald Hoke, the Congress director.

Folders 2-6 through 3-3 contain records relating to participants, observers, speakers, and interpreters, prayer, travel arrangements, Laustade '74 (the evangelistic Sunday rally), and post-congress matters, largely consisting of correspondence between the congress office in Lausanne with participants to the Congress. Folders 3-1 and 3-2 include all forms of material related to the Lausanne '74 meeting, ranging from balloons to posters to handouts. Folder 3-3 contains miscellaneous materials such as tickets to Congress plenary sessions, badges (speakers, conveners, staff, etc.), and parking stickers and "I speak this (language)" tags. Also included in folder 3-3 are drafts of the Lausanne Covenant, a general outline of the closing address of Billy Graham on July 25, 1974, and instruction sheets for visitors, special and day guests and wives in the Congress. Two sections of the books, "Pastors Conference" (folder 2-7) and "Book Stall" (folder 3-2) were received empty.

The program notebook (folders 3-4 and 3-5) contains various records of the program committee including a list of possible speakers, tentative program arrangements, plenary session study papers in four languages with forms attached for suggestions and criticisms, letters to speakers, forms containing guidelines for recommending speakers, and a biographical information sheet. Also in this notebook are: tentative list of discussion group topics, reports of the discussion held during the Congress by national strategy groups as to the best way of evangelizing their particular countries and a tentative list of demonstrations of evangelistic methods. Form correspondence sent to conveners, regional advisors and advisory committees, is also included, sent by Paul Little, the Congress program director.

Two items were provided for the participants as resources. Among these were a collection of "country profiles," brief yet comprehensive summaries of the status of Christianity in many countries, prepared by Missions Advanced Research and Communications Center (MARC). Arranged alphabetically in folders 1-3 and 1-4, they include reports on the following countries, provinces or people groups: Andhra Pradesh (India), Argentina, Arumachal Pradesh (India), Assam (India), Australia, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brazil, Burma, Cambodia, Canada, Colombia, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Ghana, Greece, Gujarat (India), Hawaii, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Karen People (Burma), Kenya, Korea, Lebanon, Laos, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, North Africa, Norway, Oceania, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Panama, Pakistan, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Swaziland, Taiwan, United States, Vietnam, and the World. The second item was another MARC production, Unreached Peoples, a directory of people groups in the world which have had little contact with Christianity.

Several miscellaneous items are also included in the collection (folder 1-6), among them an information pamphlet relating to the creation and role of the Lausanne Continuation Committee, a map of Lausanne, and a promotional brochure for sponsors of "Third World" participants.

Series II: Audio tapes (for a complete list, see the Location Record below)
Arrangement: Into five subseries:

Date Range: 1974
Notes: The first subseries includes not only the recordings through the plenary podium microphone but also the recordings from the translation channels in German, Indonesian, Japanese, French, Spanish and Chinese. The second subseries is the cassette set produced by World Wide Publications (a BGEA subsidiary) for commercial distribution. The Reaching All series appears to have been intended for both commercial distribution as a cassette series and as radio broadcast. The non-plenary session recordings in subseries D appear to have been the source of excerpts used in the Reaching All series. The final subseries consists of the masters used to produce World Wide Publications casssette series in subseries B.

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Provenance

The materials in this collection were received by the Center from the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association in January 1979, October 1983, and July 1989.

Accession 79-1, 81-13, 83-122
April 9, 1979
Robert Shuster
A. Labiano
G. Gallup

Revised, January 27, 1987
Paul A. Ericksen
J. Watson
J. Nasgowitz

Revised, June 23, 1993
Paul A. Ericksen
C. Easley
M.L. Larson

Updated, March 28, 2002
Accession: 86-136, 87-89, 88-133, 89-74
Paul A. Ericksen
J. Dennison


Congress Staff Personnel (Full-time, Part-time and Volunteer)
(Dozens of young people, stewards during the Congress, are not included on this list)
Amat, Gabriel Interpreter
Apartian, Barkev Soloist
Armstrong, Ben Radio and TV Coordinator
Arnaert, Chris Travel Staff
Astvasadourian, Ivan Soloist
Aubert, Madeleine Translator
Baier, Helga News Room Assisting Staff
Bailey, Donald News Room Radio and Television
Bell, Stan Daily Newspaper (Printer)
Berryman, Barry News Room Production Coordinator
Benson, Janna Translator
Benware, Richard Wheaton Travel Staff
Benzel, Cliff Evangelization Resources Center
Blake, John News Room Production
Bolito, Katia News Room Assisting Staff
Bonilla, Manuel Musician
Bos, Johan News Staff (Netherlands)
Boulenaz, Suzanne Translator
Britton, Neil Interpreter
Buckley, Lois Soloist
Bulter, Phil Evangelization Resources Center
Burklin, Werner Interpreter
Busby, Russ News Room Photography
Buss, Siegfried Interpreter
Calmes, Elizabeth Secretarial Assistance
Cachelin, La Colonelle F. Translator
Caswell, Connie Secretary
Chambers, Irv Programming Supporting Staff, Administration
Chambrier, Ariane de Translator
Chambrier, Philippede Assisting Staff, Program
Chang, Paul Soloist
Les Chatelaines Musicians
Chen A, Yen News Staff (Singapore)
Choi, Barry News Staff (Hong Kong)
Clark, George Daily Newspaper (Coordinating Editor)
Clark, Steven News Center (France)
Clifford, Alexander News Staff (Argentina)
Cook, William Interpreter
Corts, John Program Supporting Staff Administration
Cortes, Angel Translator
Couleru, Maguy Translator
Courvoiser, Florence Translator
Cundasawny, Rosie Secretary, Arrangements and Services
Dain, A. Jack Executive Chairman
Damaris, Stephanus Translator
Dayton, Edward Evangelization Study Center and Unreached Peoples Surveys, World and Country Profiles
Dennis, Archie Musician
Dettoni, John Congress Follow-Up Material
Dick, Roland News Room Photography
Douglas, J.D. Congress Follow-Up Material
Dominy, Arthur Associate Director, Hospitality
Dominy, Beth Assisting Staff, Hospitality
Dominy, Dawn Reception at Daily Newspaper
Duquesne, Eveline Translator
Eidelweiss Yodlers Club Musicians
Esteve, Rachel Translator
Evans, Dempster Design Co-ordinator
Fei, Barbara Soloist
Figuiere, Jean-Daniel News Staff (France)
Forbes, Nonce Assisting Staff, News Room
Getahundanzer, Sieglinde Assisting Staff, News Room
Gilbert, Ellen Evangelization Resources Center
Gilbert, Thomas Evangelization Resources Center
Glasser, Arthur Unreached Peoples Survey, World and Country Profiles
Gordon, Cynthia Secretarial Assistance
Gordon, John Office Manager
Graham, Frank Wheaton Travel Staff
Han, Je Ho News Staff (Korea)
Harksen, V.C. Translator
Haurissa, John News Staff (Indonesia)
Heinzmann, Klaus Soloist
Herbrandson, Dwayne Congress Follow-Up Material
Hersey, Shane Assisting Staff, News Room
Hitt, Russell News Staff (USA)
Hoke, Donald E. Director
Hoke, Steve News Room Photography
Hooper, Dale News Staff (Kenya)
Hoppler, Doris Assisting Staff, News Room
Hustad, Don Musician
Jepson, Sarah H. Evangelization Resources Center
Johnson, Rebecca Secretarial Assistance
Johnston, Beverly Reception
Karaway, Eddie Musician
Komaki, Mark Interpreter
Kucharsky, David News Staff (USA)
LaCue, Jose Interpretor
Lamkin, William News Staff (USA)
Larsen, Bernd News Staff (Federal Republic of Germany)
Larson, Robert News Staff (Hong Kong)
Lauterbach, Liesolotte Translator and Secretarial Assistance
Lazaro, Louise Secretarial Assistance
Les Chatelaines Musicians
Lim, Perlita Musician
Lin, Peter Chin-Ping News Staff (Republic of China)
Linton, Betty Assisting Staff, Hospitality
Little, Marie Assisting Staff, Program
Little, Paul E. Associate Director, Program
Little, Paul R. Assisting Staff, Program
Longe, David News Staff (Australia)
Loo, Caleb Interpreter
Luedtke, Blanko Assisting Staff, News Room
Luedtke, Robert News Room, Photography
Lundberg, Ake News Room, Photography
Mark, Kim Wickes Musician
Marks, Ronald Assisting Staff, Communications
Marquez, Williamor News Staff (Philippines)
Marshall, Shane Assisting Staff, Communications and Daily Newspaper
Matthews, Arthur A. News Editor
McClun, Jerry News Room Radio and Television
McMahon, Robert News Staff (India)
Meier, Peter Interpreter
Mestral-Demole, Noemi De Translator
Mhoon, Pattie Assisting Staff, Finance
Milgate, Dennis Assisting Staff, Communications
Mone, Jane Assisting Staff, News Room
Mone, James News Room, Photography
Moore, Carey News Staff (USA)
Moyer, Nancy Assisting Staff, Executive Chairman
Muller, Wolfgang News Staff (Federal Republic of Germany)
Muston, Gerald News Staff (Australia)
Needham, William L. Evangelization Resources Center and Unreached Peoples Surveys, World and Country Profiles
Nelson, Victor B. Associate Director, Participants
Newth, Pat Secretary to Donald Hoke
Nichols, Alan News Staff (Australia)
Nicolaides, Immanuel Musician
Nobata, Shuke Assisting Staff, News Room
Nussbaumer, Ruth Interpreter
O'Brien, William Musician
Ogden, Bruce Associate Director, Arrangements and Services
Okuyama, Minoru Interpreter
Olsen, Maureen Assisting Staff, Communications
Olsen, Warwick H. Director of Communications
Palms, Roger News Staff (USA)
Penas, Lucia Translator
Pentecost, Edward C. Unreached Peoples Surveys, World and Country Profiles
Porresmaynes, Roberto News Staff (Mexico)
Rattner, Brenda Wheaton Travel Staff
Rebsch, Bernhard Interpreter
Reinoso, Jose News Staff (Ecuador)
Rey, Daniel Assisting Staff, News Room
Richey, Ricardo Translator
Rohrer, Norman News Staff (USA)
Salzmann, Idelette Translator
Scheel, Renate Translator
Scheunemann, Detmar Interpreter
Schibler, Daniel Interpreter
Schochemaier, Jerry Accountant
Schultz, David Wheaton Travel Staff
Seelye, Tedd Congress Follow-Up Material
Seki, Eijo News Staff (Japan)
Sergey, John Musician
Shea, George Beverly Soloist
Sheldon, LeVay Assisting Staff, Communications
Siebald, Manfried Soloist
Shirley, Clifford News Room, Darkroom Supervisor
Shumpert, Jacque Assisting Staff, News Room
Sinclair, Caroline Secretarial Assistance
Smith, Tedd Musician
Snyder, Wanda Wheaton Travel Staff
Spain, Sarah Wheaton Travel Staff
Stankus, Marcia Secretary to Paul E. Little
Steele, Mary Assisting Staff, Participants
Steinseifer, Wolfgang News Staff (Federal Republic of Germany)
Struhrman, Carolyn Secretary to Warwick Olson
Suhrig, Rita Assisting Staff, Program and Translator
Tam, David Associate Director, Travel
Tanner, Willie Interpreter
Tesch, Gunther Musician
Thomas, Sylvia Assisting Staff, Communications
Thompson, Peter News Staff (Great Britain)
Tira, Mercedes News Staff (Philippines)
Tobler, Warner Assistant to the Director
Turuyama, Yosuke Translator
Tweeten, Grace Registrar and Secretary to Donald Hoke
Van Capelleveen, Jan News Staff (Netherlands)
Vatter, Ernst Interpreter
Verdugo, Antonio Translator and Interpreter
Verlinden, Luc Assisting Staff, Communications
Wade, Graham Daily Newspaper (Design)
Ward, Ted Congress Follow-Up Material
Watson, Richard News Staff (USA)
Weil, Christel Assisting Staff, News Room
Whittam, David Daily Newspaper
Wilkes, John News Staff (France)
Williams, Harry B. Associate Director, Participants
Williams, Karen Public Relations Assistant
Williams, Robert Assisting Staff, Program
Wilson, George Congress Follow-Up Material
Wilson, Jean Congress Book Display
Wilson, Sally Wheaton Travel Staff
Wright, Leslie News Staff (France)
Wrightson, Richard News Staff (Australia)
Yasuhara, Diana Musician
Young, Glenda Assisting Staff, News Room
Young, James News Staff (USA)
You, Joseph Interpreter
Yu, Timothy News Staff (Hong Kong)


LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 83-122, 86-136, 87-89, 88-133, 89-74
Type of Material: Audio Tapes
The following items are located in the AUDIO TAPE file.

Subseries A. Original masters series tapes were recorded on reel-to-reel tapes (labeled "original masters") on one side only at 3-3/4 ips unless otherwise noted.
Tape # Length Language Content notes Dates
T1 110 min. English Opening late-afternoon convocation of the ICOWE, including the official welcome and opening, service of preparation and commitment. Features comments by Billy Graham (8 minutes), the audiovisual presentation, "The Task Before Us" (18 minutes) and the address by A.J. Dain (20 minutes). Researchers should request the cassette copy T28 for the English version of the main messages on this recording. T46-T51 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T1. 7/16/1974
T46 " German 1 "
T47 " Indonesian 2 "
T48 " Japanese 3 "
T49 " French 4 "
T50 " Spanish 5 "
T51 " Chinese 6 "
T2 65 min. English Evening plenary session, featuring the opening address by Billy Graham: "Why Lausanne?" Also includes special musical numbers performed by Manuel Bonilla in Spanish and Archie Dennis. Researchers should request the cassette copy T28 for the English version of the main messages on this recording. T52-T57 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T2. 7/16/1974
T52 " German 1 "
T53 " Indonesian 2 "
T54 " Japanese 3 "
T55 " French 4 "
T56 " Spanish 5 "
T57 " Chinese 6 "
T3 115 min. English Morning plenary session featuring Nilson Fanini: "God at Work Through Men: Stephen" (based on Acts 6, 11 minutes); John R.W. Stott: "The Biblical Basis of Evangelism" (45 minutes); Susumu Uda: Biblical Foundation Paper, "Biblical Authority and Evangelism" (35 minutes). Uda's address on tape T3 is in Japanese; see T4 for the English translation. Researchers should request the cassette copies T29 and T30 for the English version of this session. T4 and T58-T63 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T3. 7/17/74
T58 " German 1 "
T59 " Indonesian 2 "
T60 " Japanese 3 "
T61 " French 4 "
T62 " Spanish 5 "
T63 " Chinese 6 "
T6 110 min. English Evening plenary session featuring Harold Lindsell: "The Suicide of Man" (30 minutes); Donald McGavran: Issue Strategy Paper, "The Dimensions of World Evangelization" (30 minutes). Also includes a special musical number performed in French by the musical group, Les Chatelains. Researchers should request the cassette copy T31 for the English version of this session. T64-T69 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T6. 7/17/1974
T64 " German 1 "
T65 " Indonesian 2 "
T66 " Japanese 3 "
T67 " French 4 "
T68 " Spanish 5 "
T69 " Chinese 6 "
T7 120 min. English Morning plenary session featuring Philip Teng: "God at Work Through Men: Ananias and Paul" (based on Acts 9:1-8, 15 minutes); Rene Padilla: Biblical Foundation Paper, "Evangelism and the World" (presented in Spanish, 30 minutes); panel presentation, Jan van Capalleveen (Europe), Byang Kato (Africa), and I. Ben Wati (Asia: "The Positive and Negative Forces for Evangelization Around the World" (35 minutes). Robinson Cavalcanti's presentation representing South America, scheduled as part of the panel was rescheduled to July 19 (see T8). Also includes a special musical number in Russian and English performed by John Sergey. Researchers should request the cassette copies T29 & T31 for the English version of these sessions. T70-T75 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T7. 7/18/1974
T70 " German 1 "
T71 " Indonesian 2 "
T72 " Japanese 3 "
T73 " French 4 "
T74 " Spanish 5 "
T75 " Chinese 6 "
T8 115 min. English Morning plenary session featuring Branko Lovrec: "God at Work Through Men: Peter and a Roman Officer" (based on Acts 10:9-48, 15 minutes); Michael Green: Biblical Foundation Paper, "Methods and Strategy in the Evangelism of the Early Church" (30 minutes); Robinson Cavalcanti: The Positive and Negative Forces for Evangelization Around the World (rescheduled from previous session, 10 minutes); George W. Peters: Issue Strategy Paper, "Contemporary Evangelistic Methods" (4 minutes); panel presentation, Elias Cheng (Cameroon), Orlando Costas (Costa Rica), Nene Ramientos (Philippines): "In-Depth Evangelism in Different Parts of the World" (22 minutes). Also includes special music in Chinese and English by Barbara Fei. Researchers should request the cassette copies T29 & T33 for the English version of these sessions. T76-T81 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T8. 7/19/1974
T76 " German 1 "
T77 " Indonesian 2 "
T78 " Japanese 3 "
T79 " French 4 "
T80 " Spanish 5 "
T81 " Chinese 6 "
T9 120 min. English Evening plenary session featuring Stanley Mooneyham: "Acts of the Holy Spirit '74" (includes intermitant audio-visual reports, among them an extended one from Ernesto Rodriguez (Costa Rica) and personal reports on ministry throughout the world from Juan Carlos Ortiz, B.V. Subbamma, Augustus Marwieh, Longri Ao, Petrus Octavianus; speakers address the issues of Evangelism-in-Depth, church renewal and conversion through people movements). Also includes special music by the Eidelweiss Yodlers Club of Lausanne and Indian music by Subodh Sahu. Researchers should request the cassette copy T35 for the English version of this session. T82-T87 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T9. 7/19/1974
T82 " German 1 "
T83 " Indonesian 2 "
T84 " Japanese 3 "
T85 " French 4 "
T86 " Spanish 5 "
T87 " Chinese 6 "
T10 15 min. English Part 2 (from T9) of the evening plenary session coordinated by Stanley Mooneyham (9 minutes). Researchers should request the cassette copy T35 for the English version of this session. The translation channel recordings for this session were all concluded on T82-T87. 7/19/1974
T11 120 min. English Morning plenary session featuring Samuel Kamaleson: "God at Work Through Men: Paul and the Greek Philosophers" (based on Acts 17:22-34 (17 minutes); also includes Kamaleson's singing in Tamil and English); Jacob Loewen's response (11 minutes) and panel responses (panelists: Philip Hogan, David J. Cho, Pablo Perez, 27 minutes) to Ralph Winter's pre-distributed paper; Ralph Winter: Issue Strategy Paper, "The Highest Priority: Cross-Cultural Evangelism" (32 minutes). Researchers should request the cassette copies T29 & T34 for the English version of this session. T60 and T88-T92 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T11. 7/20/1974
T88 " German 1 "
T89 " Indonesian 2 "
T90 " Japanese 3 "
T4 " French 4 "
T91 " Spanish 5 "
T92 " Chinese 6 "
T12 120 min. English Morning plenary session featuring Fouad Accad: "God at Work in Circumstances: Personal Meetings" (based on Acts 8: 26-40, 10 minutes); Gottfried Osei-Mensah: Biblical Foundation Paper, "The Holy Spirit in World Evangelization" (36 minutes); personal testimonies of the work of the Holy Spirit in evangelization (speakers: Larry Christenson, Thomas Houston, Festo Kivengere, Juan Carlos Ortiz), (35 minutes). Also included is special music performed by Kim Wickes in Korean and English and Bill O'Brien. Researchers should request the cassette copies T36 & T37 for the English version of these selected portions of sessions. T93-T98 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T12. 7/21/1974
T93 " German 1 "
T94 " Indonesian 2 "
T95 " Japanese 3 "
T96 " French 4 "
T97 " Spanish 5 "
T98 " Chinese 6 "
T13 35 min. English Part 2 (from T12) of the morning plenary session. Kivengere leads singing with other Africans in a Ugandan dialect, Swahili and English (3 minutes); Corrie ten Boom: devotional message (18 minutes). Researchers should request the cassette copy T37 for the English version of selected portions of this session. T99-T104 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T13. 7/21/1974
T99 " German 1 "
T100 " Indonesian 2 "
T101 " Japanese 3 "
T102 " French 4 "
T103 " Spanish 5 "
T104 " Chinese 6 "
T14 39 min. English Laustade, a public afternoon evangelistic meeting in Lausanne, featuring testimonies by Paul Krishna, Akira Hatori, Festo Kivengere. Also music by Les Charletains (French) and Immanuel Nicolaides (French). Researchers should request the cassette copy T38 for the English version of this event. Labeled Part 1. English was translated to French by a translator at the podium. 7/21/1974
T15 110 min. English Morning plenary session featuring Manuel Scott: "God at Work in Areas of Unknown Possibilities" (based on Acts 16: 1-15, 15 minutes); Peter Beyerhaus: Biblical Foundation Paper, "World Evangelization and the Kingdom of God" (in German and English, 30 minutes); Samuel Escobar: Issue Strategy Paper, "Evangelism and Man's Search for Freedom, Justice and Fulfillment" (in Spanish, 35 minutes). Also includes special music performed in Persian by Ivan Astvasadourian. Researchers should request the cassette copies T36 & T39 for the English version of this session. T105-T110 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T15. 7/22/1974
T105 " German 1 "
T106 " Indonesian 2 "
T107 " Japanese 3 "
T108 " French 4 "
T109 " Spanish 5 "
T110 " Chinese 6 "
T16 120 min. English Evening plenary session featuring laymen's panel (Moderator: Ted Ward; panelists: Luis Santiago Botero, Sam Odunaike, Ford Madison, Jan Nickolaas Huwae): "Laymen Look at World Evangelization" (40 minutes); Malcolm Muggeridge: "Living Through An Apocalypse" (45 minutes; see T17 for conclusion of Muggeridge address). Also includes singing led by Sam Kamaleson and special music performed by Kamaleson (Tamil), Manuel Bonilla (Spanish), Perlita Lim and George Beverly Shea. Researchers should request the cassette copy T40 for the English version of this session. T111-T116 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T16. 7/22/1974
T111 " German 1 "
T112 " Indonesian 2 "
T113 " Japanese 3 "
T114 " French 4 "
T115 " Spanish 5 "
T116 " Chinese 6 "
T17 2 min. English Part 2 (from T16) of the Muggeridge message (1 minute). Researchers should request T40 for the English version of this message. The translation channel recordings for this message were all concluded on T111-T116. 7/22/1974
T18 110 min. English Morning plenary session featuring Jang Hwan Billy Kim: "God at Work in Times of Persecution" (based on Acts 7:54-8:8, 15 minutes); Howard Snyder: Biblical Foundation Paper, " The Church as God's Agent in Evangelization" (40 minutes); Francis A. Schaeffer: Issue Strategy Paper, "Form and Freedom in the Church" (35 minutes). Also includes the Lord's Prayer in a Nigerian language and special music performed by Lois Buckley. Researchers should request the cassette copies T36 & T41 for this session. T117-T122 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T18. 7/23/1974
T117 " German 1 "
T118 " Indonesian 2 "
T119 " Japanese 3 "
T120 " French 4 "
T121 " Spanish 5 "
T122 " Chinese 6 "
T19 90 min. English Evening plenary session featuring Chua Wee Hian with panelists, Frank Khair-Ullah (Islamic world), Sobodh Sahu (Hindu world), Michael Bordeaux and Chua Wee Hian (Communist world): "The Hard Places of the World" (50 minutes). Also includes singing led by Manfried Siebald, with special music performed by Siebald (German) and Paul Chang. Researchers should request the cassette copy T42 for the English version of this session. T123-T128 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T19. 7/23/1974
T123 " German 1 "
T124 " Indonesian 2 "
T125 " Japanese 3 "
T126 " French 4 "
T127 " Spanish 5 "
T128 " Chinese 6 "
T20 125 min. English Morning plenary session featuring Isabello Magalit: "God at Work in Times of Dramatic Church Growth" (12 minutes); Henri Blocher: Biblical Foundation Paper, "The Nature of Biblical Unity" (30 minutes; Blocher's address presented in French; see T132 for English translation). Reports from Ian Rennie and representatives of regional areas, John Reid (Oceania), Sam Kamaleson (Southern Asia), and Werner Burklin (Europe): "After Lausanne, What?" (33 minutes). Also includes singing led by Klaus Heinzmann and special music performed in Arabic and a prayer in Armenian by Barkev Apartian. Researchers should request the cassette copies T36 & T43 for the English version of this session. T129-T134 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T20. 7/24/1974
T129 " German 1 "
T130 " Indonesian 2 "
T131 " Japanese 3 "
T132 " French 4 "
T133 " Spanish 5 "
T134 " Chinese 6 "
T21 24 min. English Part 2 (from T20) featuring James Wong (East Asia), Antoine Deeb (Middle East), Dan Nuesch (South America), David Hubbard (North America), Gottfried Osei-Mensah (Africa): "After Lausanne, What?" (22 minutes). Researchers should request the cassette copy T43 for the English version of this session. T135-T140 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T21. 7/24/1974
T135 " German 1 "
T136 " Indonesian 2 "
T137 " Japanese 3 "
T138 " French 4 "
T139 " Spanish 5 "
T140 " Chinese 6 "
T24 115 min. English Evening plenary session featuring reports from Jan Van Capelleveen and representatives of functional groups, Walter Angst (Western missions), Stephen Akangbe (Third World missions), George Hoffman (social responsibility), Saphir Athyal (theological education), John Court (laymen's role), Philip Butler (communication), John Ray (youth), Michael Cassidy (evangelism)(52 minutes); John Stott's comments on the final draft of the Lausanne Covenant (26 minutes). Also includes special music performed by Eddie Karaway (guitar) and Immanuel Nicolaides (French). Researchers should request the cassette copy T45 for the English version of the messages in this session. T141-T146 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T24. 7/24/1974
T141 " German 1 "
T142 " Indonesian 2 "
T143 " Japanese 3 "
T144 " French 4 "
T145 " Spanish 5 "
T146 " Chinese 6 "
T25 40 min. English Part 2 (from T24) featuring Edward V. Hill: "The Power of God" (38 minutes). Researchers should request the cassette copy T45 for the English version of the messages in this session. T147-T152 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T25. 7/24/1974
T147 " German 1 "
T148 " Indonesian 2 "
T149 " Japanese 3 "
T150 " French 4 "
T151 " Spanish 5 "
T152 " Chinese 6 "
T26 120 min. English Concluding morning plenary session featuring Festo Kivengere: "The Cross and World Evangelization" (43 minutes). Also includes the Congress communion service, consisting of numerous periods of silence, singing and proceedings. Researchers should request the cassette copy T44 for the English version of this session. T153-T158 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T26. 7/25/1974
T153 " German 1 "
T154 " Indonesian 2 "
T155 " Japanese 3 "
T156 " French 4 "
T157 " Spanish 5 "
T158 " Chinese 6 "
T27 50 min. English Part 2 (from T26) featuring Billy Graham: "The King is Coming" (40 minutes). Also includes special music performed by George Beverly Shea. Researchers should request the cassette copy T44 for the English version of this session. T159-T161, T5, T22 and T23 are the recordings from the translation channels for the messages on T27. 7/25/1974
T159 " German 1 "
T160 " Indonesian 2 "
T161 " Japanese 3 "
T5 " French 4 "
T22 " Spanish 5 "
T23 " Chinese 6 "

Subseries B. Tapes T28 through T45 comprise a World Wide Publications cassette series from the Congress. Unless otherwise noted, these tapes are of the English version of the message, on cassettes with 45 minutes on each side. The number in parentheses following the T number for each entry is the series number assigned by the producers. The time indicated in parentheses under the Content notes is the approximate duration of the specified message.
Tape # Content notes Dates
T28 (1) Side 1. Opening Convocation (approximately 20 Minutes) and first portion of Billy Graham's address, "Why Lausanne?" (approximately 20 minutes). 7/16/1974
Side 2. Billy Graham: continuation of "Why Lausanne?" (Approximately 45 minutes). 7/16/1974
T29 (2) Side 1. Bible studies: Nilson Fanini (approximately 10 minutes) and Philip Teng (approximately 15 minutes). 7/17-18/ 1974
Side 2. Bible studies: Branko Lovrec (approximately 15 minutes) and Samuel Kamaleson (approximately 15 minutes). 7/19-20/ 1974
T30 (3) Side 1. John R.W. Stott: "The Biblical Basis of Evangelism" (Approximately 45 minutes). 7/17/1974
Side 2. Susuma Uda: Biblical Authority and Evangelism" (approximately 35 minutes). 7/17/1974
T31 (4) Side 1. Harold Lindsell: "The Suicide of Man' (approximately 30 minutes). 7/17/1974
Side 2. Donald McGavran: "The Dimensions of World Evangelization" (approximately 30 minutes). 7/17/1974
T32 (5) Side 1. Rene Padilla: "Evangelism and the World" (approximately 30 minutes). 7/18/1974
Side 2. Panel discussion: "The Positive and Negative Forces for Evangelization Around the World" (approximately 45 minutes). 7/18-19/ 1974
T33 (6) Side 1. Michael Green: "Methods and Strategy in the Evangelism of the Early Church" (approximately 30 minutes). 7/19/1974
Side 2. George Peters and panel: "Contemporary Evangelistic Methods" approximately 25 minutes). 7/19/1974
T34 (7) Side 1. Ralph Winter: "The Highest Priority: Cross-Cultural Evangelism" (approximately 30 minutes). 7/20/1974
Side 2. Jacob Loewen and other panelists: responses to Winter's paper (approximately 40 minutes). 7/20/1974
T35 (8) Side 1. Stanley Mooneyham: "Acts of the Holy Spirit '74" (approximately 45 minutes). 7/19/1974
Continuation from Side 1 of Mooneyham message (approximately 45 minutes). 7/19/1974
T36 (9) Side 1. Bible studies: Fouad Accad (approximately 10 minutes) and Manuel Scott (approximately 15 minutes). 7/21-22/ 1974
Side 2. Bible studies: Jang Hwan Billy Kim (approximately 15 minutes) and Isabelo Magalit (approximately 12 minutes). 7/23-24/ 1974
T37 (10) Side 1. Gottfried Osei-Mensah: "the Holy Spirit in World Evangelization" (approximately 35 minutes). 7/21/1974
Side 2. Corrie ten Boom, Juan Carlos Ortiz and Thomas Houston: testimonies (approximately 45 minutes). 7/21/1974
T38 (11) Side 1. Laustade '74 (evangelistic meeting). Paul Krishna, Akira Hatori, Festo Kivengere and singing (approximately 40 minutes). 7/21/1974
Side 2. Billy Graham: evangelistic message (approximately 45 minutes). 7/21/1974
T39 (12) Side 1. Peter Beyerhaus: "World Evangelization and the Kingdom of God" (approximately 30 minutes). 7/22/1974
Side 2. Samuel Escobar: "Evangelism and Man's Search for Freedom, Justice and Fulfillment" (approximately 35 minutes). 7/22/1974
T40 (13) Side 1. Malcolm Muggeridge: "Living Through an Apocalypse" (approximately 45 minutes). 7/22/1974
Side 2. Panel: "Laymen Look at World Evangelization" approximately 40 minutes). 7/23/1974
T41 (14) Side 1. Howard Snyder: "The Church as God's Agent in Evangelization" (approximately 40 minutes). 7/23/1974
Side 2. Francis Schaeffer: "Form and Freedom in the Church (approximately 35 minutes). 7/23/1974
T42 (15) Side 1. Chua Wee Hian and panelists: "The Hard Places of the World" (approximately 45 minutes). 7/23/1974
Continuation from Side 1 of panel discussion (approximately 10 minutes). 7/23/1974
T43 (16) Side 1. Henri Blocher: "The Nature of Biblical Unity" (approximately 30 minutes). 7/24/1974
Side 2. Ian Rennie and panelists representing geographical regions: "After Lausanne, What?" (approximately 40 minutes). 7/24/1974
T44 (17) Side 1, Festo Kivengere: "The Cross and World Evangelization" (approximately 45 minutes). 7/25/1974
Billy Graham: "The King is Coming" approximately 40 minutes). 7/25/1974
T45 (18) Side 1. Jan Van Capelleveen and functional group representatives (approximately 25 minutes); John Stott comments on final draft of Lausanne Covenant (approximately 20 minutes). 7/24/1974
Side 2. E.V. Hill: "The Power of God" (approximately 40 minutes). 7/24/1974

Subseries C. Master reels (all labeled "master") for the six-cassette series, Reaching All. Unless otherwise noted, the reels are recorded on one side only, at 7 ips, approximately 29 minutes in length. The number appearing in parentheses following the T number is the number assigned by the producer, with two tapes comprising each intended cassette.
Tape # Content notes Date
T162 (1a) Introduction by narrator Tedd Seelye which is repeated on each subsequent tape. Comments by Billy Graham recorded after the Congress concluded, followed by Congress session excerpts focused on the themes of the authority and content of the gospel message, extracted from Billy Graham's opening plenary message "Why Lausanne?", Peter Beyerhaus's "World Evangelization and the Kingdom of God," John Stott's "The Biblical Basis of Evangelism," and Francis Schaeffer's "Form and Freedom in the Church." 1974
T163 (1b) Excerpts focused on the theological dimension of world evangelization, including from Michael Green's "Methods and Strategy in the Evangelism of the Early Church," Schaeffer's "Form and Freedom in the Church" and Green's "Methods...," Malcolm Muggeridge's "Living Through the Apocalypse," Ian Rennie's regional group summary report, and on universalism from an interview with Harold Lindsell. 1974
T164 (2a) Excerpts focused on the church as the community of God's people, including from Howard Snyder's "The Church as God's Agent in Evangelism," laymen Luis Santiago Botero's and Ford Madison's reports, and with seminary dean Robert Meye and and pastor Arthur de Kruyter. 1974
T165 (2b) Excerpts focused on the nature of the church and the Holy Spirit's role in evangelism, featuring testimony by Juan Carlos Ortiz, Howard Snyder's "The Church as God's Agent in Evangelism," Billy Graham's "Why Lausanne?," Gottfried Osei-Mensah's "The Holy Spirit in World Evangelization," George Peters' "Contemporary Practices of Evangelism." 1974
T166 (3a) Excerpts focused on the dimensions of the task of world evangelization, featuring Waldron Scott narration on the Congress film The Task Before Us, Billy Graham's "Why Lausanne?," an interview with Ralph Winter on the themes in his "The Highest Priority: Cross-cultural Evangelism," Donald McGavran's "The Dimensions of World Evangelization," John Stott's "The Biblical Basis of Evangelism." 1974
T167 (3b) Excerpts continuing the focus on the dimensions of the task (unevangelized or resistant areas and new challenges), featuring Chua Wee Hian's coordinating "Hard Places of the World" including F.S. Khair-Ullah (Muslim) and Michael Bordeaux (Communist), Stan Mooneyham's "Acts of the Holy Spirit '74," and Samuel Escobar's English reiteration of "Evangelism and Man's Search for Freedom, Justice, and Fulfillment." 1974
T168 (4a) Excerpts focused on the social implications of the gospel, featuring Billy Graham's "Why Lausanne?," John Stott's "The Biblical Basis of Evangelism," John Howard Yoder on the political nature of the gospel, Francis Schaeffer's "Form and Freedom in the Church." 1974
T169 (4b) Excerpts continuing the focus on the social implications of the gospel, featuring Rene Padilla's English reiteration of "Evangelism and the World" and subsequent interview about this remarks, John Stott's response during an impromptu discussion, E.V. Hill's "The Power of God," and George Hoffman's "The Social Responsibilities of Evangelization." 1974
T170 (5a) Excerpts focused on effective methods and means of evangelization, featuring Billy Graham's "Why Lausanne?," Paul Little's interview on the role of planning in evangelization, Gottfried Osei-Mensah's "The Holy Spirit in World Evangelization," and Michael Green's "Methods and Strategy in the Evangelism of the Early Church." 1974
T171 (5b) Excerpts continuing the focus on effective methods and means of evangelization, featuring Donald McGavran's "The Dimension of World Evangelization," Howard Snyder's "The Church As God's Agent in Evangelism," Stanley Mooneyham's comments on Evangelism-in-Depth in the "Acts of the Holy Spirit '74," Jim Engel's interview on research tools in evangelization, David Hubbard's North American Strategy Group report, Stephen Olford's interview on his preaching workshop, and Marilyn Kuhn's interview on small group Bible studies. 1974
T172 (6a) Excerpts focused on the role of the Holy Spirit in world evangelization, featuring Gottfried Osei-Mensah's "The Holy Spirit in World Evangelization," Isabelo Magalit's "God at Work in Time of Dramatic Church Growth," J. Edwin Orr's interview on revival, Philip Hogan's"The Sovereign Discretion of the Holy Spirit in World Evangelization," his response to Ralph Winter's "The Highest Priority: Cross-cultural Evangelism." 1974
173 (6b) Excerpts continuing the focus on the role of the Holy Spirit in world evangelization, featuring Donald Hoke's interview on realizing at local and personal levels the Lausanne vision, the Congress follow-up materials, Festo Kivengere's interview on the East African revival, Thomas Houston's testimony on the personal dimension of the relationship with the Holy Spirit as part of "The Holy Spirit in World Evangelization," the conclusion of EV Hill's "The Power of God," and concluding remarks by Billy Graham. 1974
T174 Cassette series opening, broadcast opening, closing theme music (2:51 minutes). Recorded at 15 ips. 1974
T175 Paul Little's overview of the goals, program features and anticipated methodology of the forthcoming Congress. 12 minutes. 1974

Subseries D. All tapes in this subseries were recorded on one side of reel tape at 7 ips unless otherwise noted.
Tape # Length Content notes Date
T176 22 min. Interpretive reading "Earth, earth, earth..." (8 minutes) based on Scripture passages, perhaps read at the opening of the Congress, followed by brass musical interlude (2 minutes), A.J. Dain's welcome and introductions (6 minutes), Billy Graham's greeting and remarks (6 minutes). 7/16/1974
T177 19 min. A.J. Dain's introduction of Billy Graham (1 minute) and Graham's address (to 6 minutes), Dain's comments (12 min.) and comments as part of the service of commitment 7/16/1974
T178 29 min. John Stott responding to questions from the audience of an unprogramed session, including on his comments during the plenary session on 7/17/1974, but also addressing topics such as the Kingdom of God, radical discipleship, nature of the church, fellowship & separation, God's judgement, 7/21/1974
T179 27 min. Continuation of John Stott's response to questions 7/21/1974
T180 32 min. Unprogramed session on radical discipleship featuring presentations by Athol Gill (biblical understanding) and Rene Padilla (social context). Labeled #1. 7/21/1974
T181 26 min. Part 2 of presentations on radical discipleship, continuing Padilla's remarks and subsequent questions and comments, followed by remarks from Samuel Escobar. Because the recording is from the podium microphone, remarks and questions from the audience are very soft but can still be heard if the volume is boosted. Labeled #2. 7/21/1974
T182 31 min. Part 3 of presentations on radical discipleship, featuring John Yoder's remarks, followed by moderated questions and remarks from the audience and the four speakers. Because the recording is from the podium microphone, remarks and questions from the audience are very soft but can still be heard if the volume is boosted. Labeled Part IIa Reel 1. 7/21/1974
T183 28 min. Part 4, continuing the moderated discussion on the implications for the gospel, including comments from Samuel Escobar and comments or questions from the floor. 7/21/1974
T184 18 min. Part 5, continuing the moderated discussion on the implications for the gospel, including a Question and answer session, featuring a reply from Samuel Escobar, discussion coordinated by an unidentified moderator, and comments from the floor, floor comment from Os Guinness. Because the recording is through the platform microphone, the comments from the audience are at a very low volume, but can still be distinguished when the volume is boosted. Tape labeled Lausanne Congress Part III, tape 1, recorded at 7 ips. 7/21/1974
T185 27 min. Lausanne Congress press conference moderated by Warwick Olson, with responses to questions by Billy Graham, Paul Little, A.J. Dain, Festo Kivengere 7/17/1974
T186 24 min. Part 2 of the Congress press conference 7/17/1974
T187 10 min. Litany of commitments 7/25/1974
T188 30 min. Raw source tape interviews by Ted Seelye for use with the cassette series Seelye was producing (see tapes T162-T174), featuring Congress director Don Hoke (10 minutes), Viggo Sogaard (17 minutes). Also included is the Congress introduction and hymn (3 minutes) as background or series support. Also included is background noises and restarts. 1974
T189 22 min. Raw source tape interviews by Tedd Seelye for use with the cassette series Reaching All produced by Seelye (see tapes T162-T174), beginning with a musical introduction (6 minutes) and featuring EV Hill (4 minutes), David Burnham (2 minutes), William Thompson (ELWA in Liberia, 2 minutes), Fred Polding (Youth for Christ in Ivory Coast, 6 minutes), excerpt from Billy Graham's opening message (1 minute), Congress singing. (1 minute) Also included is the Congress introduction and hymn as background, intro and series support. 1974
T190 4 min. Reaching All working tape, recorded at 15 ips, including Congress introduction and singing, used as the cassette series introduction (2 minutes) and guitar instrumental (2 minutes). 1974
T191 26 min. Assorted musical presentations from the Lausanne Congress, including introductions from Cliff Barrows. 1974

Subseries E. This subseries consists of many but not all of the master tapes used by World Wide Productions to produce the cassette series of Lausanne Congress plenary sessions (T28-T45). All are recorded at 7 ips on one side of a 7" reel unless otherwise noted.
Tape # Length Content notes Date
T192 45 min. Seeyle's introduction to tape 1 side A, followed by the opening convocation of the Lausanne Congress, beginning with the introductory "Oh earth, earth, earth..." reading, followed by brass fanfare and hymns, Jack Dain's welcome, introduction of various Congress planners and figures, and introduction of Billy Graham, Billy Graham's introductory comments, prayer, and the audio-visual presentation "The Task Before Us." Stored on 10" reel. 7/16/1974
T193 35 min. Side B of tape 1, featuring A.J. Dain's remarks of orientation, perspective, and challenge, followed by the litany of commitment and hymn. Stored on 10" reel. 7/16/1974
T194 30 min. Seelye's introduction to tape 2 side A, followed by Billy Graham's keynote address "Why Lausanne?" 7/16/1974
T195 30 min. Continuation of Graham's keynote address for tape 2 side B. 7/16/1974
T196 22 min. Seelye's introduction to tape 3 side A, featuring preliminary introductions and prayer, followed by Nilson Fanini's "God At Work Through Men - Stephen," and Susumu Uda's "Biblical Authority and Evangelism" in Japanese (in background) with accompanying English translation. 7/17/1974
T197 21 min. Continuation of Uda's address for tape 3 side B. 7/17/1974
T198 27 min. Seelye's introduction to Rene Padilla's "Evangelization and the World," originally delivered in Spanish in a Congress plenary session, and rerecorded in English for the cassette series. Labeled as tape 7 side A. 7/18/1974
T199 27 min. Continuation of Padilla's address. Labeled as tape 7 side B. 7/18/1974
T200 28 min. Seelye's introduction to Branco Lovrec's "God at Work Through Men: Peter & Cornelius, Jack Dain's introduction of Oswald Hoffman, who introduced Michael Green's "Methods and Strategy of the Early Church." Labeled tape 8 side A. 7/19/1974
T201 27 min. Continuation of Green's message. Labeled tape 8 side B. 7/19/1974
T202 27 min. Seelye's introduction to George Peters' "Contemporary Evangelistic Methods." Peters' comments were limited due to time constraints, but a special unrecorded session was held on 7/21/1974. After the Congress Peters recorded those comments for the cassette series. Labeled tape 9 side A. 7/19/1974, n.d.
T203 27 min. Continuation of Peters' remarks and three panelists' reports on regional evangelistic efforts: Elias Cheng (Cameroon), Orlando Costas (Latin America), and Nene Ramientos (Philippines). Labeled tape 9 side B. 7/19/1974, n.d.
T204 27 min. Seelye's introduction of several indigenous musical presentations and Stanley Mooneyham's "The Acts of the Holy Spirit '74," including audio-visual excerpts of interviews which illustrate perspectives and activities throughout the world. Labeled tape 10 side A. 7/19/1974
T205 27 min. Continuation of Mooneyham's message, followed by . Labeled tape 10 side B. 7/19/1974
T206 30 min. Continuation of Mooneyham's presentation. Labeled tape 10 side C. 7/19/1974
T207 30 min. Continuation of Mooneyham's presentation with conclusion by Hoffman. Labeled tape 10 side D. 7/19/1974
T208 29 min. Seelye's introduction to Samuel Kameleson's "God at Work Through Men: Paul and the Greek Philosophers" and responses to Ralph Winter's "Highest Priority: Cross-cultural Evangelism" by Jacob Loewen, Labeled tape 11 side A. 7/20/1974
T209 29 min. Continuation of Loewen's reaction to Winter's presentation, followed by reactions from Philip Hogan, David Cho, and Pablo Perez. Labeled tape 11 side B. 7/20/1974
T210 41 min. Seelye's introduction to Laustad '74, the Sunday afternoon evangelistic meeting in Lausanne, featuring testimonies by Paul Krishna, Akira Hatori and Festo Kivengere. Labeled tape 14 side A. Stored on 10" reel. 7/21/1974
T211 41 min. Continuation of Kivengere's testimony and Billy Graham's message. Labeled tape 14 side B. Stored on 10" reel. 7/21/1974
T212 44 min. Seelye's introduction to cassette 19 side 1, featuring opening prayer, Billy Kim's "God at Work in Times of Persecution" and Howard Snyder's "The Church as God's Agent in Evangelization." Stored on 10" reel. 7/23/1974
T213 43 min. Conclusion of Snyder's presentation, musical interlude, and Francis Schaeffer's "Two Contents and Two Realities." Stored on 10" reel. 7/23/1974
T214 27 min. Seelye's introduction to prayer, Isabelo Magalit's "God At Work in Times of Dramatic Church Growth" and Henri Blocher's "The Nature of Biblical Unity" (simultaneously translated). Labeled tape 21 side A. 7/24/1974
T215 27 min. Continuation of Blocher's address. Labeled tape 21 side B. 7/24/1974
T216 30 min. Seelye's introduction to music, Ian Rennie's overview presentation and moderation of regional strategy reports (John Reid on Oceania, Samuel Kamaleson on Southern Asia). Labeled tape 22 side A. 7/24/1974
T217 30 min. Continuation of regional strategy reports (Samuel Kamaleson on Southern Asia, Werner Burklin on Europe, James Wong on East Asia, Antoine Deeb on the Middle East, Daniel Neusch on South America, David Hubbard on North America, Gottfried Osei-Mensah on Africa). Labeled tape 22 side B. 7/24/1974
T218 32 min. Seelye's introduction to music, prayer, Jan van Capelleveen's overview presentation and moderation of functional strategy group reports (Walter Angst on evangelizing through Western missions, Stephen Akangbe on Third World missions, George Hoffman on social responsibility, ). Labeled tape 23 side A. 7/24/1974
T219 32 min. Continuation of functional strategy group reports (George Hoffman on social responsibility, Saphir Athyal on theological education, John Court on laymen, Philip Butler on communications, John Ray on youth, Michael Cassidy on evangelism). Labeled tape 23 side B. 7/24/1974
T220 35 min. Seelye's introduction to John Stott's presentation of the Lausanne Covenant final draft and EV Hill's "The Power of God." Labeled tape 23 side C. 7/24/1974
T221 32 min. Continuation of Hill's message. Labeled tape 23 side D. 7/24/1974
T222 36 min. Seelye's introduction to prayer, Festo Kivengere's "The Cross and World Evangelization" and communion service. Labeled tape 24 side A. 7/25/1974
T223 34 min. Continuation of Kivengere's message and Congress communion service. Labeled tape 24 side B. 7/25/1974
T224 25 min. Seelye's introduction John Stott's leading the signing the Lausanne Covenant, George Beverly Shea's singing, and Billy Graham's closing message "The King Is Coming." Labeled tape 24 side C. 7/25/1974
T225 25 min. Continuation of Graham's message, conclusion of the Congress, and Billy Graham's concluding comments for the tape series. Labeled tape 24 side D. 7/25/1974
T226 44 min. Seelye's introduction to cassette 25 side 1, featuring Corrie ten Boom's comments to a Congress women's meeting. Stored on 10" reel. 7/23/1974
T227 44 min. Continuation of ten Boom's presentation to a women's meeting (25 minutes) and her answers to questions, followed by her testimony to a plenary session. Stored on 10" reel. 7/21,23/1974
T228 50 min. Bill Bright's prayer, music, Ted Ward's moderating the laymen's panel (Luis Santiago Botero, Sam Odunaike, Ford Madison, Jan Nickolaas Huwae) on the topic "Laymen Look at World Evangelization." Unnumberered. Stored on 10" reel. 7/22/1974
T229 33 min. Simultaneous translation of Rene Padilla's "Evangelism and the World." Recorded at 3 3/4 ips. Translators' background comments and applause are included. 7/18/1974
T230 23 min. George Peter's restatement of his earlier presentation, recorded due to inadequate or no recording during his session at Lausanne. Recorded at 3 3/4 ips. 9/??/1974


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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 79-1
Type of material: Oversize Materials
The following items are in the OVERSIZE FILE. Request by folder title and location (in parentheses).

LAUSANNE (OS 24). ICOWE daily newspaper, issues 1-10, printed in English, Spanish, French and German. 1974.

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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 79-1
Type of material: Photographs
The following items are located in the PHOTO FILE; request by folder title (in bold) at the beginning of each entry below.

INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON WORLD EVANGELIZATION, 1974. Photographs taken during the 1974 Congress: Billy Graham addressing a plenary session of the Congress, and ICOWE staff preparing packets to be distributed to meeting participants. 2 b&w.


CONTAINER LIST
Box Folder Item Date
Series I: Paper records
1 1 Biblical Foundation Papers 1974
1 2 Congress Registrants - Lausanne '74 1974
Country Profiles
1 3 (A) 1974
1 4 (B) 1974
1 5 Issue Strategy Papers 1974
OS 24 Lausanne (Congress daily newspaper) 1974
1 6 Miscellaneous n.d.
Press Book
1 7 No 1 (A) 1972-1974, n.d.
1 8 No 1 (B) 1972-1974, n.d.
1 9 No 1 (C) 1972-1974, n.d.
2 1 No 2 (A) 1974
2 2 No 2 (B) 1974
2 3 No 2 (C) 1974
Procedure Book
2 4 No 1 (A) 1972-1974, n.d.
2 5 No 1 (B) 1972-1974, n.d.
2 6 No 2 (A) 1972-1974, n.d.
2 7 No 2A (B) 1972-1974, n.d.
3 1 No 2A (C) 1972-1974, n.d.
3 2 No 2A (D) 1972-1974, n.d.
3 3 No. 2B 1974
Program & Information
3 4 Lausanne 74 (A) 1974
3 5 Lausanne 74 (B) 1974
3 6 Program Book 1973-1974, n.d.
Press Procedure Book
4 1 #1 1974
4 2 #2 1974
5 1 Program Procedure Book 1974
Procedure Book
5 2 #1 1974
6 1 #2 1973-1974
6 2 #2B 1974
3 7 Survey - Unreached Peoples 1974



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