Burnout is a risk for all youth workers and school chaplains. It’s one of the main reasons that people leave the profession.
When parenting gets hard, it’s easy to fall into the trap of trying to be friends. But friendship isn’t what kids need from their parents.
The terrorism attack in London may have children asking questions parents find difficult to answer. Here’s how to keep the fear at bay.
A collection of resources from three presentations at the Ignite Children’s Ministry Conference.
If you’re a youth worker and you’ve just quit or been made redundant, here’s a plan to leave your job well.
Part of a positive mindset is optimism. Where children and teenagers are missing it, parents can have a tough job building it up.
For some teenagers, sport is their thing. Their passion. But that can become hard for parents to balance with school as the commitment rises.
Most youth work jobs involve doing professional development.Here’s how to find quality training as a youth worker, that doesn’t cost a bomb.
One of the most important gifts we can give our children and teenagers is a positive mindset. One built on optimism and hope.
The last year of high school is both exciting and terrifying. For students and parents alike. So strap yourself in and enjoy the ride.