Is digital youth work the only way we can support young people at the moment? Jemimah Woodbridge offers some alternative ideas.
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How can you stay engaged, educated and entertained in this age of isolation? Here's 99 ideas for young people to try this Easter.
Lucie Shuker draws on rich theological resources as she explores the place of God & faith amidst the chaos, sadness and stress wrought by COVID-19.
COVID-19 has scuppered all plans and programs, forcing a dramatic reimagination. Lahna Pottle explores what that means for youth work, and how rethinking Youthscape’s The Gameplan could help.
Some young people already know social isolation too well. Rachel Gardner tells the story of the 'misfits' who found home in her church graveyard – and asks what youth ministry means in an age of contagion.
‘Self-isolation’ is a major challenge to our normal way of life. Phoebe Hill offers practical wisdom on how to do it well, from her experience of living with chronic illness.
School is cancelled and social distancing – or self-isolation – is the new status quo. Lahna Pottle speaks to other youth leaders to wrestle with what this means for working with young people.
So much to be done, so little time. Gemma Milligan draws on her experience with OpenHouse to explore why and how youth work needs theology.
Youthscape is joining many others in declaring a Climate Emergency. What does this mean, why does it matter, and what does it look like this Lent?
Youthscape’s CEO Chris Curtis responds to grim statistics on youth attendance in the Church of England, explaining why the Church mustn’t ignore bad news, but tackle it head on.
How do you grow a great team of volunteer youth leaders? Martin Saunders explains why the paid youth worker is just one part of the picture.