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Author(s): Ally Barrett, Tim Sledge
This follow-on from the popular Youth Emmaus books is an exciting new course for young people. Get a Life! approaches some of the big questions that 13-18 year-olds face in their...
This follow-on from the popular Youth Emmaus books is an exciting new course for young people. Get a Life! approaches some of the big questions that 13-18 year-olds face in their secondary school years, including issues of vocation, calling, gifts, passions and the big question that many young people dread being asked: 'What do you want to do with your life?'.
Written in an accessible manner, the five sessions draw on contemporary culture and include interactive material to explore the issues and themes of calling, gifts and service.
Ideal for 13-18 year olds who are making big decisions about the future, as a pre- or post-confirmation course, as a Lent course, or as an after school series.
Includes fully photocopiable handouts.
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Tim Sledge is the Vicar of Romsey. An experienced parish priest, Tim has worked as Mission Enabler for the Diocese of Peterborough and prior to that as Assistant Missioner for the Diocese of Wakefield.
Ally Barrett juggles looking after two children and looking after two parishes in Ely Diocese, and has a special interest in all age worship and preaching, baptism and the relationship between worship and life. She is visiting tutor for all age worship at Westcott House, Cambridge, and has published several hymns as well as booklets on the baptism service, the marriage service, and young vocations. Among other things, she contributes to the online resources for Love Life Live Lent, and to the RSCM’s Sunday by Sunday publication.