2022-07-21T15:29:00+01:00By Jo Rowe
What works for you when you are angry with someone?
2022-04-27T11:30:00+01:00By Claire Hailwood
Wouldn’t it be great if anyone at church just ‘got on’! But we all know it’s not that simple
2022-04-27T11:22:00+01:00By Joel Toombs
You know you want to improve your conversations with your teenage son or daughter, but don’t know how
2022-04-27T08:58:00+01:00By Trish Hahn
Is there anything more important that you will read or hear today, than God’s Word?
Pornography is often the first place children and young people learn about sex, so how do we break this damaging cycle?
We know the many benefits of taking young people away, but how do we achieve the best results? We spoke to youth and children’s workers to hear their thoughts…
2018-09-19T00:00:00+01:00By Joel Toombs has an MA in Christian mentoring and wrote the Grove booklet Mentoring and young people. He is a mentor in the music industry and a youth worker.
I had a great experience of peer mentoring the other day (that’s really just a posh term for two friends chatting and encouraging each other!).
2017-05-24T00:00:00+01:00By James Vaughton is director of Bath and Wiltshire Youth for Christ. You can read more about his research at bathyfc.co.uk/publications.
In youth and children’s ministry we’re constantly on the lookout for a silver bullet - one programme or approach that will solve our discipleship crisis. But Bath and Wiltshire YFC’s James Vaughton thinks it might be simpler than that…