An article by Kelly O’Donnell organizes and introduces 10 integrity and anti-corruption resources that have been developed within the Lausanne Movement; 5 resources were written for its third Congress (2010), and 5 resources have been written since then (2010-2020).
- We have a Problem!—But There Is Hope!, by Jane Overstreet
- Salt and Light: Christians’ Role in Combating Corruption, by Paul Batchelor and Steve Osei-Menash
- “Good News” in the Fight Against Corruption, by Roberto Laver
- Blogs Related to Integrity and Health, by Kelly O’Donnell
- Confronting Idolatry, by Chris Wright
- Choosing to be Salt and Light: Can the Church in India Become a Model in the Fight for AntiCorruption? by Arpit Waghmare
- Integrity, the Lausanne Movement, and a Malaysian Daniel, by David Bennett
- A Summons to a Global Integrity Movement: Fighting Self-Deception and Corruption, by Kelly O’Donnell and Michèle Lewis O’Donnell
- Do We Care About Corruption? How Integrity Can Tame the Beast of Bribes and Extortion, by Manfred Kohl
- Video: The Greatest Threat to Your Ministry is You: Calling the Church Back to Humility, Integrity, and Simplicity, by Michael Oh
These resources have practical applications at the individual, institutional, and international levels of society, and everything in-between, forming part of the collective roadmap which preserve Lausanne’s institutional memory about integrity advocacy and inform our collaborative efforts to promote moral resilience and relevance within the international Church-Mission Community.
Ten Resources for Integrity and Anti-Corruption (2010-2020)
by Kelly O’Donnell, PsyD
Published November 2020 on The Lausanne and World Evangelical Alliance Integrity and Anti-Corruption Network