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Premier Youth and Children’s Work magazine is for anyone passionate about raising the next generation. Each monthly issue is full of ideas, advice, resources and up-to-date news to help shape your work with children, young people and students.
In March’s Issue:
This lent we’re encouraging our young people to reflect on the agony of the cross and wrestle with their doubts.
In the first half of our Easter special, Kim Phuc Phan Thi, also known as the Napalm Girl, reveals how she found Jesus through her deepest suffering. And rapper Guvna B opens up about the unexpected death of his father.
Plus, Patrick Regan OBE explains why there is no better place for us to doubt and ask questions than in the shadow of the cross.
Premier Youth and Children’s Work is for those passionate about raising the next generation. In each monthly issue of the magazine we’ll provide ideas, advice, resources and guidance to support and shape your work with children and young people.
Each magazine contains full-length feature articles – some deeply practical, some more challenging – along with up-to-date news, culture, testimonies, Q&A, case studies, reviews, how-to guides, games, crafts and resources, as well as regular columns around leadership, mental health, additional needs, safeguarding and much more.
Recently we have covered important topics including sex and relationships, all-age services, bullying, racism, knife crime, social media, rural ministry, toddler groups, evangelism, postnatal depression in dads and supporting gay young people.
Plus, our Faith at Home section aims to support parents and carers in their important role.