Learning from the Least Project

What is the Learning from the Least Project?

IMG_6063The Learning from the Least Project is an effort to intentionally and respectfully listen to and learn from Christians on the margins.

The Learning from the Least Project intends to go to listen to sisters and brothers by sharing in the circumstances of their lives.

The Learning from the Least Project seeks to equip Christians in the West to do ‘thick listening’ of Christians on the margins in other cultures, and to understand the cultural baggage of their own which they bring to such a task.

Rami memorialThe Learning from the Least Project is determined to bring the voices of non-western Christians to the attention of the Christian community in the West Рnot in the posture of supplicants, but as sources of renewal in the radical way of the cross Рthe way of radical servant-hood in humility.

How can you participate in the Learning from the Least Project?

  • You may participate by going out as a trained listener.
  • You may participate by hosting a Listening Training Seminar in your church.
  • You may participate by sharing your story with the Learning from the Least Project.
  • You may sponsor the Learning from the Least Project through prayer or by a financial donation.

If you would like to participate in the Learning from the Least Project, click here to contact Andrew.  Read the longer statement about the the project.