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Document Response by Krister Stendahl
"Formation of Christian Folks in a Plural World" - a response by Krister Stendahl to the paper "Formation of the Laos".
Located in Resources / / Ecumenical lay formation / Formation of the Laos
Document Response by Robyn Brown
The Vocation of the Laity in Church and World: Towards an Inclusive Community on Different Levels" - a response by by Robyn Brown to the paper "Formation of the Laos".
Located in Resources / / Ecumenical lay formation / Formation of the Laos
Document Formation of the Laos
Presentation: Formation of the Laos by Godlind Bigalke at the May 1997 international consultation on the theme: "Towards a Common Understanding of the Theological Concepts of Laity/Laos: The People of God."
Located in Resources / / Education and ecumenical formation / Ecumenical lay formation
Document Response by Elizabeth Tapia
The Vocation of the Laity in Church and World: Towards an Inclusive Community on Different Levels" - a response by by Elizabeth Tapia to the paper "Formation of the Laos".
Located in Resources / / Ecumenical lay formation / Formation of the Laos
Document General secretary's report
Rev. Dr Samuel Kobia: Celebrating Life - a festa da vida
Located in Resources / / 2. Plenary presentations / Moderator's & general secretary's reports
Document Changing ecclesial and ecumenical context (Ecumenical conversations)
"Changing ecclesial and ecumenical context" : The WCC's Common Understanding and Vision process offers a coherent and challenging vision: a broad fellowship of churches, committed and accountable to one another, seeking visible unity in their life and witness today.
Located in Resources / / 3. Preparatory and background documents / Ecumenical conversations
Document An invitation to Reformation - Education - Transformation
Statement made by the twin consultation on Reformation, Education, Transformation (R-E-T) in Halle, Germany, in May 2016.
Located in Resources / Documents / Other ecumenical bodies