2011 // 10
Justice as a lifestyle
Tearfund’s Matt Valler asks how we encourage young people to take justice seriously, not just as a concept but as a lifestyle and provides a round up of some the best resources on the topic.
Young People and Worhip: Going Deeper
In the second part of his series on youth worship, Cliff College’s Steve Emery-Wright looks at how we create worship experiences and opportunities which are inclusive of all young people, and reignites the debate around youth church. Does it create a ghetto, or is it the only was to keep young people in The Body of Christ?
Pass it on
Are we called to lead young people? Veteran youth worker Ali Campbell believes we’re actually called to serve them, and in this article explores what could be a healthier approach to both holding power and passing it on.
ADAPTABLE MEETING GUIDE #1
A session plan considering God’s plan for your life by Pete and Sarah Wynter.
ADAPTABLE MEETING GUIDE #2
A meeting guide exploring sex and relationships by Rachel Gardner.
ADAPTABLE MEETING GUIDE #3
Eileen Shipton unpacks the relationship between worship and justice.
ADAPTABLE MEETING GUIDE #4
John Allan explores evangelism and its place in the Christian life.
Movie-based discussion resource by Tom Wade.
Discussion starter by Martin Saunders.
Music-based discussion resource by Becky Coster.
A visual discussion prompt by illustrator Jason Ramasami.
READY-TO-USE GAMES AND ICEBREAKERS
Jimmy Young provides games, ice-breakers and energisers to spice up your youth programme.
READY-TO-USE SAINTS AND MARTYRS
Resource for youth workers using the lectionary.
Two pages of schools work resources complied by schoolswork.co.uk.