Wednesday, August 30, 2006

In their world - a website for parents of teenagers

Check out  I picked up some of the Sample material at Greenbelt and it does look like it's put together quite well.

Monday, August 28, 2006

50 things I believe

I am currently at Greenbelt and went to an Ikon event last night - very thought provoking. For me the bit that really stood out was when one of the guys stood up and read out a list of 50 things I was to the point, funny, shocking?? and serious...maybe I should make a list. I wonder what would happen if we were that honest with people? It could be an idea worth exploring with some of the young people...


Monday, August 21, 2006

Purpose - a reflective powerpoint

This was week Hiede and Jonathan have been running Pyramid Rock summer club and on Sunday we had a service to finish it off.  My contribution was to put together a "quiet reflective bit" for those who took part (basically the adults).  I've uploaded the power point here.  I gave everyone this sheet and pen before they came in.   I played some "reflective" music from Moby "play" - Inside and My Weakness.

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Sunday, August 20, 2006

Website idea for "growing up"

I stumbled across and found this talk that could be used as a starting point for a discussion on growing up.  It's a secular website, but you could use some of the ideas.  It has some other talk outlines here 

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Monday, August 14, 2006

BBC: Third 'have sex below legal age'

From the BBC website: Nearly a third of 16 to 24-year-olds lost their virginity below the age of consent, a survey has found.

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Sunday, August 06, 2006

Spiritual development guide tries to avoid an identity crisis

I just saw this book on the youthwouth work message board - very interesting!

Holiday time / time out

Sorry for the lack of posts - we don't have any meetings until September (well...we are going to Greenbelt, so I guess that counts).
If you're interested, I have a moblog where I've been posting photo's from my travels...see here

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