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On the Way for 3-9s

Various TnT Ministries, Christian Focus Publications, 1997 but most recently reprinted in 2013

What does it say on the tin?

Do you want to encourage children to read the Bible? Do you want children to realise that the Bible is God’s guide for them, relevant, exciting, dynamic! TnT ministries have developed ‘On The Way’ to meet your needs, the needs of your church and most importantly the needs of the children you teach. You […]

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2.8
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The Sports Mission Pack 2018

Christians in Sport, created in 2017, the site is being regularly updated

What does it say on the tin?

Free resources to help you reach sportspeople in your local area. Provides an amazing opportunity to reach sports people in your local area through putting on events like a sports quiz or a 5-a-side tournament. We have a selection of resources available for you to use in your sports club, church or school.

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4
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Grave Talk

CHP

What does it say on the tin?

A café space to talk about death, dying and funerals.

Gravetalk is a simple way to help people in your community get together and talk about death, dying and funerals in the relaxed easy context of a café space. It has been tried and tested over the past two years and proved successful and popular.

Used […]

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4
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The Rebel’s Guide to The Good News

Cris Rogers, Elevation 2013

What does it say on the tin?

Jesus was a rebel who came to show us an alternative way of living. He came to model the counter-cultural daily rebellion of living out the Scriptures. He came to bring life to our relationship with God, our neighbours and creation. Jesus calls this message Good News. The Good News isn’t just that Jesus […]

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4.2
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Kleer Series

2016 Kleer Series

What does it say on the tin?

‘Start spiritual conversations with young people in any school, church or youth context. Are you looking to help young people explore their spirituality, identity, purpose and faith? Each short KLEER Series video creatively blends presenters, visual storytelling and spoken word poetry to engage young people with thought provoking questions that facilitate powerful learning.’

What do […]

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3.6
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Becoming Reverend

Matt Woodcock, CHP, 2016

What does it say on the tin?

Becoming a vicar seems a long shot. Becoming a dad will take a miracle.

Matt Woodcock’s frank, funny real-life diaries reveal what it was like for him to train as a vicar while struggling against all odds to become a father. In them he lays bare his joys and struggles as he attempts to reconcile […]

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3.4
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Disciple

Steve Goss and various, lionhudson, 2016

What does it say on the tin?

Disciple: Life. Freedom. Purpose. A 10-week interactive multimedia course to help you make your life count.

Across the Western world, young adults are turning their backs on the church. Most now have no real grounding in Christianity and in just one generation the number of young adults in church has halved.

Whilst these so-called ‘millennials’ (those […]

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4.2
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Awesome on the Inside

Tim Hawkins, The Good Book Company, 2006, reprinted 2016

What does it say on the tin?

In a culture where ‘image is everything’ the Bible has a liberating message for young people. These seven Bible studies dig down to the heart of the matter: how God wants to change us from the inside out.

Each carefully crafted session will help teenagers express their own feelings, and discover the truth about themselves, […]

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4.2
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Origins Prayer Course

Origins Prayer Course

What does it say on the tin?

In the gospel of Luke, one of Jesus’ disciples asks him a question. In fact, it’s the only time we specifically read about them asking Jesus to teach them anything. He said, ‘Lord teach us to pray.’

The Origins Prayer Course is a tool to help you teach young people to pray. Our heart is […]

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4.4
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First Steps Together

Jenny Cheung, Premier Youth and Children’s Work, monthly resources from April 2017

What does it say on the tin?

For years, Premier Youthwork provided top-notch (even if we do say so ourselves) session plans for youth groups and we decided it was high time we did the same for children’s groups too. Every month, we’ll be providing you with four sessions for 0-5-year-olds (called First Steps Together), 5-11-year-olds (Growing Together) and 11-18-year-olds (Journeying […]

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3.8
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