Our 2017 report No Questions Asked found a lack of spiritual curiosity in young people. Head of Theology Phoebe Hill revisits the research to ask how its insights should shape youth work today.
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Youth leader Paul Beautyman explains how reflective journaling – a rich theological tradition – provided stillness and solace in the midst of crisis.
Everyone is doing theology, but do they know it? David Bailey gives some final thoughts in a conversation about theological shorthand and youth ministry.
Phoebe Hill responds to David Bailey’s work on ‘theological shorthand’, exploring why a ‘thick’ theology is important for youth work, and how a ‘thin’ one could be problematic.
What is ‘theological shorthand’ and how does it operate in youth ministry? David Bailey explores how theology in youth work often takes a unique form that offers both opportunity and room for critique.
Head of Theology Phoebe Hill explains her new role that’s shaping Youthscape’s dynamic, reflective, and theological approach to research.
Research isn’t just for academics. New knowledge can create insight, which is vital for working with young people across contexts. Lucie Shuker suggests three ways to make attentive research part of your work.
For young people struggling with their mental health, professional, external help won’t always be sought. Gry Apeland explores recent research into ‘self-care’ practices and the reasons for their appeal.
The number of students training for Christian youth and/or children’s work is in decline. Why is that, and what does it mean for the future?
A new report from the YMCA explores how and why young people craft and curate images of themselves online.