The Duchess of Cambridge has launched a survey into people’s perceptions of the different factors that impact the health and happiness of children under the age of 5. Run by The Royal Foundation and IPSOS... More

Honesty was always the best policy in my household when I was growing up. No matter how bad the thing was that I had done wrong, being honest was something... More

Have you ever thought about what the Second Coming would actually look like? Other than what the Bible had told me: darkness will rule the earth, Jesus... More

Mike PilavachiCo-founder and leader of Soul Survivor Mike Pilavachi is set to receive an MBE for his services to young people, having worked tireless to gather thousands of young people to worship Jesus... More

If you haven’t yet heard about LadBaby’s I Love Sausage Rolls – a playful remake of Joan Jett’s I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll – allow me to explain: YouTube star and dad blogger Mark Hoyle, alongside his wife Roxanne... More

“We must show children that the Christmas celebration can be linked to the lived experiences of refugee families”At a time when many of us are busy organising Carol Services and Nativity plays, it is worth... More

Youth and Children’s Work magazine have partnered with Same Boat Music to give you free access to four tracks from their latest album Good News! – a collection of Christmas songs sung by intergenerational... More

If you haven't decided which way you're going to vote yet, check out Premier Christian Radio's election debate, featuring an expert panel of representatives including our very own Premier Youth and Children's... More

Last weekend, many people joined together in an amazing effort to raise money for the homeless through ‘Sleep Out’ events across the UK, which emulate the experience of sleeping rough. It is a way of people... More

Now facilitated in the UK by the Charities Aid Foundation, Giving Tuesday was set up in America in 2012 as a day to give back – falling on the Tuesday after the all-important Thanksgiving dinner. Now Giving... More