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IFES - International Fellowship of Evangelical Students. A global movement founded in 1947 to establish a witness to Christ on university campuses. There are now national affiliates of IFES in over 150 nations.


OMF International - originally founded by James Hudson Taylor in 1865 as the China Inland Mission. Now active in most countries on the Asia Pacific Rim.


The Lausanne Movement was founded by Billy Graham in 1974. John Stott was chief architect of its influential Lausanne Covenant, which shaped evangelicalism for the rest of the 20th century. 


The Third Lausanne Congress was held in Cape Town in 2010. Issuing from that gathering came the Cape Town Commitment, of which Christopher J H Wright was chief architect. This incorporates the Cape Town Confession of Faith.


RSA - Royal Society of Arts. 


Oxford DNB -The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography is compiled and published by Oxford University Press. Its earliest beginnings were in 1885. Now under the Editorship of Sir David Cannadine.