Lindsay Brown is a native of Wales. He studied European history at Oxford (MA) and theology at the Free Faculty of Theology at Vaux-sur-Seine, near Paris, under Henri Blocher. He has been involved in student ministry with IFES for over 30 years, serving variously as European Regional Secretary, International General Secretary and currently heads up FEUER (Fellowship of Evangelists in the Universities of Europe) - a network formed by a joint effort of UCCF, the British student movement and IFES, the international evangelical student body - which has as its aspiration the renewal of public communication of the gospel in the universities of Europe. Its current goal is to host at least one university mission week in every European country by 2020 and the further development of a team of 60 European university evangelists with at least one in every European country by 2020. He recently served as the International Director for the Lausanne Movement for World Evangelization.
|The Challenges and Hope for Mission in Europe Today - Leader to Leader Interview||Lindsay Brown||Evangelism||00:00:00||1,139||3 Jun 2015|
|What are the marks of an evangelical statesman?||Lindsay Brown||Evangelism › Mission for God’s People||00:00:00||1,164||1 Jun 2015|
|Mission in Europe: A Lost Cause or an Open Door?||Lindsay Brown||Evangelism › Communicating the Gospel||00:00:00||963||1 Jun 2015|
|Six Global Trends in Contemporary Missiology||Lindsay Brown||Evangelism › Mission for God’s People||00:00:00||1,580||31 May 2015|
|Salt and Light: Models of Mission in Matthew 5:13-16||Lindsay Brown||Evangelism › Mission for God’s People||00:51:09||1,734||23 May 2012|