How can youth leaders respond to the ongoing uncertainty around new Covid variants and restrictions? What will Omicron mean for young people?
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What do you do when the worst does happen, when things don’t go the way you hoped or prayed? Welcome to Brave, a resource library made for standing tall against life’s giants.
In-person youth work is back, but is it what you expected? Gemma reflects on the challenges and opportunities of restarting work with young people.
Thousands of young people met with Childline for counselling in the past year, seeking support with their mental and emotional health, or to talk about experiences of abuse.
Nothing like silliness to lift the post-lockdown spirits as we start meeting again. Here’s a ton of fun challenges for your youth group.
Covid restrictions are easing. The return of in-person youth work offers a chance for refreshing your ministry, but what if it – and young people – need something more radical?
This Earth Day we’re asking: how can churches and youth groups be part of the solution to the climate crisis?
We’ve hit a new stage in the post-lockdown roadmap. As the door opens to face-to-face time with young people, what should a youth leader’s priorities be?
We live in strange days largely devoid of structure and novelty. In this temporal crisis, how can we reclaim the sense of time we used to know?
Pandemic restrictions have made much of normal youth work impossible, but our Shuffle resources offer young people engaging challenges that can still be done safely. Why not try something new?
Young people understand that if you really love something or someone, you'll point everything in your life towards it.