This article deals with the characteristics of the Cape Town Commitment(CT) through the analysis of that commitment with reflecting on its continuities and differences to the Lausanne Covenant and the Manila Manifesto. Also it evaluates the CT commitment and looks forward to the vision and future of the Lausanne movement. The CT commitment stands in an historic line, building on both The Lausanne Covenant and The Manila Manifesto. The biblical theme of the Cape Town 2010 is “God in Christ Reconciling the World to Himself”(IICor. 5:19). The program of the congress is constructed on the basis of the Lausanne slogan “The Whole Church Taking the Whole Gospel to the Whole World”. One aspect of the program is a change from the order, the gospel, the church and the world to the gospel, the world and the church. This changed order would indicate the importance of the relationship between the gospel and the culture. While the traditional evangelical approach has focused on the relationship between the gospel and the church, the main theme of the congress rather focuses on God`s love to the world. But the CT commitment does not loose the significance of the role of the church that binds to God`s love for serving the world. Part I of the CT commitment is based on the Lausanne Covenant. But its distinctiveness is that it is framed in the language of God`s love. It`s preamble mentioning unchanging gospel in the midst of changing world affirms the threefold love, our love for the whole gospel, the church, and the world. Part I focuses on the mission of the triune God that flows out of His love. It also deals with the love of the triune God and the missio Dei concept. The fact that it clearly mentions missio Dei would be evaluated as a crucial factor of bridging the gap between evangelical and ecumenical circle. Part II begins with the claim that “our covenant with God binds love and obedience together”. This insistence clearly means that the mission of God flowing out of His love can be accomplished by obedience of the people of God called and sent into the world by the triune God. Part II widely deals with the missional agendas in relation to the gospel(truth and reconciliation), the world(world religions and priority), and the church(integrity and partnership) with making extension of the structure of confession and commitment. It contains 33 issues relating to frameworks for discernment of challenges and priorities that the church is facing today. The conclusion of the CT commitment emphasizes two main themes that have been repeated through the congress sessions: (1) radical obedient discipleship leading to maturity, to growth in depth as well as growth in numbers; and (2) radical crosscentered reconciliation, leading to unity, to growth in love as well as growth in faith and hope.