Jamie and Ruth are joined in episode 48 by hip hop artist Guvna B. He talks about his upcoming tour as well as sharing his thoughts about leadership in youth work. We also look at how to be creative and discuss the difference between innovation and relevance.
Feeling hungry? In episode 47, Luminary Bakery’s Alice Williams joins us as we discuss the difference that baked goods are making in vulnerable women’s lives. Plus, we discuss failure in youth work and the line between being culturally relevant and protecting our hearts and minds.
Hello world! This month’s Premier Youthwork podcast welcomes HTB Youth’s Tom Clark and Lucy Rae to talk through the March issue. We discuss how to live with tension in youth ministry, what integrity looks like and working with young people in our award-saturated culture.
For Deputy Editor Ruth’s first ever Premier Youthwork podcast, we jump straight into the deep end and talk about SEX. Yup, a whole episode all about sex. And podcast veteran Phoebe joins us to share her insight and wisdom while we admit just how much we love Justin Bieber.
Look, we’ve got to be honest…we talk about politics in this episode of The Youthwork Podcast....NO, COME BACK! Politics is super-important. It’s the May episode of the podcast and we look at, appropriately, the May issue of the magazine: looking at politics, anxiety and a bonus chunk of the Andrew Root interview. DELICIOUS.
We’re back! After an unplanned summer vacation the podcast returns with special guest Tim Alford from Serious4God. Meanwhile Phoebe, Lloyd and Jamie discuss whether you could use a spider’s leg as a toothbrush. You need to hear it to believe it…
Episode 41, and the good ship Premier Youthwork Podcast sets sail for another episode, with special guest Chris Curtis. Chris fills us in on Youthscape, the Youth Work Summit and the Magic Circle before telling the story of the most embarrassing night of Jamie’s life.