How do we learn?
We gain knowledge or skills through study, through practice and experience, listening to others and through being taught.
Sometimes learning requires us to gain new knowledge. Other times it means rethinking, modifying or even radically changing our understanding and practice.
Micah seeks to help members improve and strengthen their efficiency and effectiveness in living out integral mission, by facilitating shared learning platforms.
It is important to have a continual improvement cycle of learning through sharing of resources, case studies, training opportunities and provision of a library of material that will help members in their growth of understanding and development.
The richness of learning together should not be underestimated. This is one of Micah Global’s strengths as we all bring our different gifts, knowledge, experience and perspectives.
John Stott asked “What can we do to raise standards of biblical teaching? Pastors can’t preach if they can’t study and they can’t study of they don’t have books.”
Micah recognises that all we say and do is a witness to and about God and his Kingdom. We therefore need to deeply root ourselves in God’s Word, learn to live this out in practice and continual learning, so as to be relevant and effective. We recognise that reading the Bible together with others who may read it with a different lens is crucial to a more faithful interpretation.
A sign of transformation is a growing hunger for truth, integrity and shared learning.
Most of the resources available here are from our membership around the world. If you are a member and have resources of any kind that you think will be helpful to the rest of the Micah membership, please email them to us.
Whatever you have learned or received or heard
from me, or seen in me – put it into practice.
And the God of peace will be with you.
– Philippians 4:9