Do you think 'corruption' and 'good governance' sound too political and have nothing to do with you?
Or are you desperate to get involved and take action?
Whatever your current thoughts on the subject, Micah Challenge would like to invite you to read the 'Open for Service' discussion paper and consider what our response as global Christians citizens might be in a world struggling to balance power and poverty.
Prayer Resource on Governance
This prayer resource, written by Micah Challenge International board member Christine MacMillan, focuses on our Christian response to governance issues. Including Biblical references as well as practical prayer suggestions and questions to ponder, it’s a very useful resource for addressing this complex and multifaceted issue.
Join the debate
Open for Service
This is not just for experts, but a call to Christians everywhere to think about our response.
Send to your leaders and your small groups, and let's imagine together a more equitable world.
Other agencies involved in good governance campaigns:
Tearfund launches report on corruption.
GPP talk to Transparency International, and aim to have a number of similar interviews on the subject.
The anti-corruption catalyst: realising the MDGs by 2015
Sign the Bread, Wheaton College and Micah Challenge 'Evangelical Declaration' about government and poverty
A campaign promoting ethics and values, originating from South Africa
Are you aware of where your savings/pension are invested?
Are you a responsible consumer?
Does your church always practice what it preaches?
Are good governance principles in place in all areas of church life?
What impact might your business principles have on others?
Do you check your suppliers and business partners for their ethics?