Such a great time on Friday with a group of Youth Ministers, Chaplains and Priests from Sweden talking about Theology and Youth Ministry.
I know some took my blog address so if that’s you, Hej!
The books that we talked about were:
Buried Spirituality by Phil Rankin (no longer available but I can let you have the text)
Contemplative Youth Ministry by Mark Yaconelli
The Soul of Adolescence by Patricia Lyons
The Powerpoint does not contain an enormous amount of info BUT here it is:
Youth Ministry, Discipleship and Teologi.pdf
Most stuff is soemwhere on this site via the SEARCH or drop me an e-mail
Was laughing at a Twitter series ‘Tips 4 Christians’ @HollyHints and so clicked ‘follow’
This led to an online conversation with the wonderful Andy Kind and I discovered that the ‘Tips 4 Christians’ material is for a book which is a humorous critique of Christian subculture. It’s a participative venture so I have contributed some. See if you can work out which three on the thread are mine!!
Here’s a couple of examples from the thread (not mine):
Captains Log Supplemental: Yay, just seen another one of mine has made the cut and been posted.
Sixty five years of VW Transporters being built on to reveal the Type 6. Visually more of an evolution than a revolution but I like the look (a lot), and I like all the changes, tweaks and developments too … especially the strides forward in fuel economy.
I especially like the ‘Generation 6’ special edition which embodies some visual tributes to the Samba which is also pictured in the shot below. Fabulous, REALLY fabulous
If VW would like a 24 year old T4 for their museum archive, and would like me to do a long term test of the new model …. I am willing to do that if it would be helpful!
“In awe I watched the waxing moon ride across the zenith of the heavens like an ambered chariot towards the ebon void of infinite space wherein the tethered belts of Jupiter and Mars hang forever festooned in their orbital majesty. And as I looked at all this I thought…I must put a roof on this lavatory”
— Les Dawson
Youth and the Internet, a guide for Policy Makers
Report from Barnardos: Here
Loved this! A remarkable film (somewhat in the stylee of Outnumbered) exploring the unresolved tensions and conflict of adulthood alongside the incisive view that children have on what is really happening. Laugh out loud moments, moving tragedy … and a messy hope filled message. Fab
(Going to be using this in training stuff I do on participation too)
Youthscape are looking for Graduates who would like to volunteer a year and learn and experience a bunch of stuff in return. More details:
youthscape volunteer scheme.pdf