John Stott was a British theologian and prolific author. He was rector for many years of All Souls Church in Langham Place, London. He was the primary architect of The Lausanne Covenant and for years a major leader and Honorary Co-chair, with Billy Graham, of the movement. Michael Cassidy always says that Stott and Billy Graham were the two major influences on his ministry.

Recommended Reading:

  • Basic Christianity
  • The Cross of Christ
  • The Radical Disciple: Some Neglected Aspects of Our Calling
  • The Beatitudes: Developing Spiritual Character
  • Why I Am a Christian
  • The Lordship of Christ in South Africa: A Challenge to Christians to Think and Act Biblically
  • I Believe in Preaching
  • Issues Facing Christians Today


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John Stott Memorial Site

The London Institute for Contemporary Christianity