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.
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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.
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?
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.
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.
The break-down of the final 3x3 — our weekly survey designed to hear how youth leaders are doing in the midst of COVID-19.
It's the final survey! The 3x3 is a chance for us to ask Christian youth workers in the UK about their experiences during lockdown. If that’s you, step right up.