2020 has not been good. But there’s still things we’re thankful for and proud of, so here’s a Christmas letter/listicle all about it. #10 is our favourite…
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It’s time for a theological analysis of the Netflix Christmas movies. Do these guilty pleasures have anything to say about God and the meaning of life? Maybe...
Whether it’s Covid vaccines or sex & relationships, youth workers can easily find themselves confused, infuriated or even clueless as to what young people are really thinking.
“’Tis the season to be jolly”, but how do we cultivate Christmas cheer & hope after a year of continued restrictions, financial challenge, distanced relationships, and general disappointment?
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby faced criticism from some this week for planning a sabbatical. Have we forgotten the radical challenge of rest – or do we just not want to change?
RE is in decline in UK schools, but a recent Theos report explores a fresh lens that could save it. Dave Walford dives in and considers the implications for schools workers.
Youth ministry shouldn’t be so hard. Forget deep discipleship, Martin Saunders gives us 5 steps to an easier, more rewarding life.
A BBC Panorama documentary looks at the disproportionate damage Covid-19 is doing to young people. How can youth workers respond, and help the next generation tell their own, hopeful stories?
The New Hope conference gathered those working with young people in schools for a day of encouragement and inspiration. Dave Walford gives us his 4 take-home points.
The Boys is a dark, sharp superhero satire with plenty to say about faith, religious hypocrisy, and finding hope in an unjust world.