We know parents can have a big influence on young people’s faith, but what about grandparents? Research suggests they have a profound – but often neglected – role to play.
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Can you theologise coronavirus in an age of science? How can young people ‘perform’ faith in a pandemic? And where is hope after a seemingly hopeless year like this?
Technology has brought both support and frustration in facing Covid-19 – how is it shaping us? Is the Church too easily infatuated with tech, innovation, and a desire to ‘keep up’?
How is Covid-19 reshaping our relationships and self-perceptions? Is digital technology overrated? What does it all mean for a theology of youth ministry?
Faith-based youth leaders working in secular environments are bridging a gap between worlds – and their specialism should be celebrated. Gary Bentley reflects on his MA research.
Lockdown has pushed youth ministry to adapt to ever-shifting measures. As we mark National Youth Work Week, what might it mean for it not just to adjust but ‘level up’ into something stronger?
How has the COVID-19 lockdown affected young people’s mental health and wellbeing? Lucie Shuker explores the headlines from recent research.
Youth for Christ’s latest research explores the faith & spirituality of 1001 11-18-year-olds across the UK. Lucie Shuker breaks down some of its findings.
Belief begets action, but action also begets belief – and the pandemic has seriously hindered that kind of active, embodied faith. How can youth leaders respond?
Have we numbed ourselves to injustice? Gry Apeland explores the neglected spiritual practice of lament, and how it could serve youth work amidst global crisis.