Do churches hate children? Do we find ourselves saying no to children all the time? What would happen if we started saying yes?
In July, Alex Taylor was a leader on a youth residential. Here are some things that he learned despite the long days and nights with not enough sleep.
Catherine Allard, Headteacher at John Keble School in Harlesden, shares the story of a recent Prayer Space installed in the school.
In the last of our summer blog series on things to do with children and young people over the holidays, we think about getting out and about in London, and the free things you can get up to together!
In the next in our series of suggestions of activities for the summer, we venture into the great outdoors, with some ideas you can use outside!
Baking with children and young people can be a messy business, but is immensely enjoyable, and a great thing to do over the summer. And you end up with something deliciously to eat at the end of it.
In the first of our ‘Making the most of the summer’ series, Alex Taylor explores a few craft and construction ideas that you might like to try with children and young people.
Alex Taylor’s top tips for preparing for the season of festivals, residentials and Christian holidays, to help you stay on top of the weeks in the lead-up and make things so much easier.
The August break is a key time when we could be building relationships, helping out families and telling lots of people about Jesus! Alex Taylor explores some of the options.
Alex Taylor reviews the resources available to help you, your family and your church join in with Thy Kingdom Come, the global wave of prayer and worship coming up in May.