Blog

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,... More

Youth workers, teachers, foster carers and Soul Survivor founder Mike Pilavachi are among those set to be honoured this year in the Queen’s New... More

Christmas: a time of giving, loving and – of course – the coveted Christmas Number 1. Over six decades we’ve seen everything from Bohemian Rhapsody... More

December 18th is International Migrants Day – an annual event hosted by the UN raise awareness of the difficulties and challenges of those facing... 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!... More

We all know there are big decisions to be made this week - no, not what Christmas jumper you're going to wear or when the right time is to have... More

Over the weekend, thousands of people took to the streets for mass ‘Sleep Out’ events in order to raise awareness for homelessness this winter... More

Giving can be forgotten in the festive period, a time that can mistakenly become all about receiving. But not today, for Tuesday 3rd December... More

Gang film Blue Story hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons last month when a brawl broke out between knife-wielding young people at a screening... More

A survey of 3,655 adults, conducted by ComRes for the BBC, suggests that while 70 per cent agree it is important for people to have a moral framework,... More