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Thursday, April 25 • 11:30am - 1:00pm
Lessons from a Post-Christian Youth Work Context CLOSED

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If necessity is the mother of invention, then there is a lot of work to do. In this session, two of the senior leadership team from the organization Youthscape are here to share some of the lessons, pitfalls, and encouragements of trying to reach and support young people in a post-Christian culture. Youthscape is an organization that supports young people with diverse experiences and challenges in the UK——a nation which has left much of its mainstream Christian heritage behind. Gamifying conversations about faith, anxiety, and sexual ethics, as well as doing research on experiential apologetics (and running a film-school for the YouTube generation of evangelists) is all part of our work. We use research, the experience of our youth-work team, and a robust innovation process to reach young people.

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Martin Saunders

Faculty
Martin Saunders has been involved in youth ministry in the UK for almost 20 years, and has created and pioneered a range of resources, programs, and events for both young people and their leaders. He was the editor of Youthwork magazine for nine years, and now serves as deputy CEO... Read More →
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Lucie Shuker

Faculty
Dr. Lucie Schuker joined Youthscape as director of research after seven years working at a local university. She has been conducting research into different aspects of children and young people's lives for the last 13 years, across education, safeguarding, and youth ministry, and... Read More →


Thursday April 25, 2019 11:30am - 1:00pm
Room 3 | Stuart Hall Stuart Hall, Princeton, NJ, USA