What is and isn't possible in a school? Listen to Rheannon recounting her experience. With her younger siblings in the same school following her, the pattern of this continued. With a respectful — yet clear thinking approach, this one is amazing! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fd1HrXw1CFM
I the previous blog I wrote about the benefits of running large group 'connect' programmes in schools, if you're able to get a team together who can do this. The idea simply to attract a crowd, so as to give profile to a message or topic, while encouraging a perspective that might include faith in [...]
For a number of years I mentored a group of Christian students who met weekly during lunchtime in a school classroom. I hope what I share here encourages you to believe that you can make a difference. What the group aimed to achieve each school term Basically, the goals every term were to reconnect with [...]
Prayer at the Gate is an idea that came out of American churches. In the early 2010's the Equippers denomination were one of the main groups to make this idea 'famous' around New Zealand. The idea is simple but powerful: Christian youth meet together outside the gate of the school prior to school on a [...]
You could ask your school friends about things that are going on in their lives and let them know you’re praying for them. You may never know the effect this may have on your friends. Although they may not believe in the power of prayer the fact that they know someone is there who cares [...]
Conversations can be hard to start, so why not try giving out a resource? Giving out a recourse could be a good technique to use as it won’t chicken out, it communicates clearly what it wants to say every time, and it stays there well after you’re gone. You never know who may pick it [...]
We are soon to start sharing ideas that people are trying in their schools. Christians should not be embarrassed about being Christians. No one should have to feel like that. Helping you represent Christ in a way that is appropriate - but valid, is what this is about. We hope you enjoy the blogs.