Youth work in the age of distrust

Every generation has a story - a tapestry of societal factors and subtle cultural undertones influencing and shaping its thoughts, actions and beliefs. As youth workers, it’s critical that we explore the broad cultural brush strokes affecting the thoughts and feelings of the generation we seek to serve, and how the world they are growing up in is impacting their approach to life, faith and Church. In this part of our 'Youth work in the age of…' series, Kenny Wilson explores the ethics of evangelism in an age of distrust.

THE MODERN AGEIt is the modern age. It is Christendom. It’s a time when many, many people across the UK go to church and where most of the populace think...

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