2022-06-30T09:06:00+01:00By Ian Spence, Frontier Youth Trust’s west of England activist, and Dave Joyce, Director of Bath YFC
Have we minimised the ‘go into all the world’ command, to ‘go into my safe neighbourhood’? Ian Spence, Frontier Youth Trust’s west of England activist, and Dave Joyce, Director of Bath YFC, are taking Jesus at his word.
2022-06-15T08:26:00+01:00By Claire Hailwood, based in Worcester and a mum to four children
How are you at ‘waiting’? The Psalmist tells us we need to learn to
2022-05-05T00:00:00+01:00By Andy Frost, Share Jesus International
There is silence as the new Christian takes to the platform. Their story begins with a search for meaning, purpose and love. There are twists and turns. Their life story seems desperate and the congregation sits in rapt attention. And then suddenly there is a turning point in the story.
The Guardian found out that only half of young children are read to daily. With the Bible a key guide to Christians, Fiona Lloyd asks how we can encourage our little people to read.
2022-04-27T08:49:00+01:00By Jo Rowe
Are we realistically expecting our teens to stand out as Christians in the classroom?
2017-03-21T00:00:00+00:00By Andy Frost
I remember the moment I left the hospital lobby carrying this tiny baby. I was sure someone was going to stop me. I was with my wife carrying our daughter out of the ward and I felt that we were complete imposters. We had this tiny life in our arms and yet we had no idea what to do as parents. We felt completely unqualified.
Despite two decades of unparalleled investment in youth ministry, the figures show that the Church is still haemorrhaging young people. Krish Kandiah explains where we’ve been going wrong, and why youth work can’t be left to youth workers.