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Premier Youth and Children’s Work magazine is for anyone passionate about raising the next generationEach 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 May's issue:

Being together is a key part of our life as Christians - we meet on Sunday's, at home groups and as friends each week; and while the coronavirus may have temporarily halted physical togetherness, we're seeing Christians across the world come together in new, exciting ways.

May's edition of Premier Youth and Children’s Work celebrates togetherness in all of its forms, and recognises that while we can't be with each other right now, we are all in this together.

Pastor John Mark Comer encourages us to live in the moment of Sabbath, to stop, rest, delight in and worship the Lord in the quiet time, while helping our children to connect spiritually with their Father and each other.

Plus, we look at how to take all-age home groups to the next level, and examine the importance of finding common ground and loving one another in times where separation is rife.


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.


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