In light of Caroline Flack’s recent tragic suicide, we spoke to health and wellbeing support worker Jess Bramhall about her work supporting vulnerable women and how we can bring hope to those struggling... More

Alex Taylor reflects on how we reach out to families after taking part in St Paul's Messy Cathedral.  More

The month of love is in full flow! It's the perfect time for those of us working with children and young people to teach about God's love. But how do we... More

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The fact that we have access to the kind of technology that allows us [and our young people] to talk face to face with friends across the world and access all kinds of information is beautiful. But this... More

Many of us as Christians would have grown up in a youth group, or some form of youth orientated activity club. It played a massive part it my life – so when I read the news report that youth services have... More

Billy is 5, and as far as his family can remember he has always been afraid of insects. Recently, however, this fear has increased to the extent that he refuses to play outside and insists on staying inside... More

As I was praying and considering the many creative ways we can invite young people to pray, including the use of social media, I was hit with the question: “What does the Bible say?” It was this that left... More

“This public feedback will also help to focus Her Royal Highness’ work through The Royal Foundation as she endeavours to provide children across the UK with the best foundations to lead healthy and fulfilling... More

Throughout my adult life, it’s been the reason why I always try to remain impartial to people’s past when getting to know them (even if it’s really messy or they think they’ve done something really bad),... More