Care for the Family have just launched a new course covering vital topics for parents of teenagers. Click on the image below for more information:
Plumbing the Depths –
new CPD resource for FE chaplains
Ever felt a bit like Jonah? Perhaps you have felt called to do a challenging job – are you getting stuck in? Or running away? Do you sometimes feel swallowed up by the size of the task? Or maybe things are going well and your work is making a difference?
Plumbing the Depths is a new resource designed to facilitate reflection on experiences of calling and ministry, based on themes from the Book of Jonah. It was developed by Sarah Brush and Toni Coulton with additional material by Chris Polhill, and 24 specially-commissioned illustrations by Si Smith. The resource is published by West Midlands Churches’ FE Council.
Plumbing the Depths is now available for a suggested donation of £9. Contact WMCFEC at firstname.lastname@example.org to order.
West Midlands Churches’ FE Council are also currently developing two further initiatives:
- ROUNDED – a suite of interactive, flexible format resources for use with 16-19s on Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural development themes
- A series of film shorts introducing FE chaplaincy, for use with local churches and colleges
These should be available by the end of 2019 – watch this space! Click on the image below for more information.
For Resources particularly aimed at Colleges and Sixth Forms such as Bible Studies for Christian Union Groups, Ideas for Evangelistic Events, Articles, Blogs and Videos, please click the image below:
Festive is a national initiative that provides Christian support for students and others in Further Education Colleges and Sixth Forms, in partnership with Scripture Union and UCCF. Festive’s vision is to see a vibrant witness to the Lord Jesus in every FE College and Sixth Form in the UK.
For Resources, Ideas, support and Training aimed at Chaplains working in Education, please click on the Chaplaincy Central image below:
Chaplaincy Central is a Central Point for Chaplaincy in Education