The Cape Town Commitment is the main document that resulted from the 3rd Lausanne Congress in 2010, and outlines the role of the church for evangelicals today. This Cape Town Commitment Curriculum gives churches, individuals, and small groups the opportunity to study this document together and learn how to better love the gospel, the church, and the world in a group setting.
It is an adaptable curriculum that can be used in a variety of settings, such as through Bible studies and Sunday school, home groups and campus fellowships. This multimedia curriculum leads participants through 12 sessions which include study questions, discussion, and prayer—all in order to develop a greater love for God, their neighbors, and creation. Sessions include video clips from the 2010 Congress, vital testimonials from key Christian leaders in strategic ministries, targeted spiritual practices that correlate with the topic or issue addressed, and resource links for next-step engagement in the call to action.