LCWE

AcronymDefinition
LCWELausanne Committee for World Evangelization
LCWELactobacillus Casei Cell Wall Extract
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In this study, the KD murine model was induced by LCWE.
After centrifugation, the pellet was sonicated (1 g packed wet weight in 3 ml phosphate buffered saline [PBS]) and further centrifuged with the resultant supernatant containing the LCWE.
While Leighton Ford administered the LCWE, John Stott emerged as an elder statesman of the movement, who was linked neither to the pragmatism (and defensiveness) of the American leadership nor to the apparent social radicalism of the Latin American and African theologians.
Notably at this forum new leaders were installed for the LCWE, marking a transition that heralded the 2010 Cape Town congress.
Doug Birdsall, president of Asian Access, was elected LCWE executive chair, and Ted Yamamori, president emeritus of Food for the Hungry International, will be the LCWE international director.
The 1980 Melbourne meeting and the 1989 San Antonio meeting were each marred and to an extent counter-balanced by the holding a short time later of an LCWE conference at Pattaya in 1980, and a major LCWE congress at Manila in 1989.
The letter affirmed many "good things" at San Antonio, asked LCWE to take note of certain ecumenical emphases, and suggested that the next LCWE world conference be planned to take place alongside the next CWME, "that is, that they be held simultaneously, on the same site, and share a number of sessions.