You might remember that back in 2020 Youthscape and The London School of Theology partnered to offer an MTh research scholarship? Join us as we journey through some of the findings of Simon Hill’s research….
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Artificial intelligence is rapidly advancing. Recent research has shown that the education system is lagging, and as a result young people aren’t being prepared for the future working world.
Guest blogger Nathan Wheeler makes a case for broadening our theological framing of the world if we want deeper, richer discipleship journeys with the young people we serve.
How do young people see the world differently from older generations? The Changing Childhood study polled views on climate, technology, mental health and the future – here’s some headlines.
Mark Scanlan, Tutor in Theology and Youth Ministry and Lead Undergraduate Tutor at St Mellitus College, sat down with Director of Research Lucie Shuker to talk about his book ‘An Interweaving Ecclesiology’.
What are the latest trends for today’s young people, aka. Generation Z? What's their world like and how are they spending their time?
Could behaviours learned in childhood lead you to youth work burnout? David Bunce explores how a psychological theory can help youth leaders better serve young people.
Covid-19 has brought major challenges for youth workers – but the story isn’t only negative. Our research suggests there were significant opportunities and discoveries too.
What is theological reflection, why does it matter? A story from the life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer shows us how it can richly deepen ministry to young people.
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.