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Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect...

A third of teenage girls are unhappy, unsettled or uneasy with who they are and how they fit in the world around them. Suzie Gardener takes a look at helping them find their identiy in Christ.

Rural Ministry can appear to be the easier brother of its urban relation. But the pressures on our young people, children and families are just as real, merely hidden beneath the rural idyllic façade.

Sharpen those practical skills with a quick guide to producing clear and effective Powerpoint presentations.

One of the key highlights from this past academic year has been the move into our new Admin & Resource Centre.​

Here's a blog that's both thought provoking and perhaps slightly controversial. Our reblog takes a look at social action as an alternative to traditional youth work models:

I’ve got a question to ask. It is a bit of a big one, but I can’t seem to shake the feeling that the future of our churches and our young people just might depend on us asking it.

We hope, as youth workers, never to have to address the issue it raises. However, we also recognise that this one is so important that we must be preprepared.​

Jesus was born into an age of extreme violence. It is so hard to imagine the daily acts of painful hatred and bloodshed...

The attack in Manchester has sent shockwaves across the country. Maybe because so many of the victims were children and young people, this attack has had a particularly strong impact on children and young people in all parts of the UK.