Children and Youth Workers Shouldn’t Exist

I believe we should not have children or youth workers. Now, before you close your browser, hear me out. From my own experiences as a young person and someone working in churches I have seen children/youth workers act as a quick fix, a bandage over a wound and even a placebo in churches trying to fix a big issue and not just a scratch on … Continue reading Children and Youth Workers Shouldn’t Exist

The Millennial Relationship

Recently I had the pleasure of experiencing a think tank to help pioneer an accredited religious practitioner training course. Hours of discussion over what this word implies or whetherthat word would paint a better picture. I found this time to be a fascinating experience, in which, I learnt a lot. Some of the things I learnt was from the content of the think tank and other things I … Continue reading The Millennial Relationship

Two things the church can learn from Taylor Swift

Most people will be familiar to some extent to the country/pop mega star Taylor Swift. Some people are super fans whilst others are haters and probably trolling her on Twitter. I enjoy her music, I have from the first time I listened to her and I still enjoy it, to the extent of watching the Youtube Premier of Me!. Also, I enjoy observational learning, I … Continue reading Two things the church can learn from Taylor Swift

Alternative Truth

Over the weekend I attended part of a conference with a focus on youth and children’s ministry. In a couple of the sessions the facilitators talked very much about teaching the bible to children. All in all, I have no issue with this. However, this got me thinking around education/teaching in the 21st Century. Anyone who knows me, should know I can moan about our education system … Continue reading Alternative Truth