ANVIL: journal of theology and mission | Volume 34 issue 2

Welcome to ANVIL: a journal of theology and mission.

This issue: PIONEERING YOUTH MINISTRY

Download the complete issue

Welcome to ANVIL: a journal of theology and mission. This issue: PIONEERING YOUTH MINISTRY

Download the complete issue

Dr Mark Scanlan seeks to develop a theology of equal opportunity for pioneer youth mission by discussing the concept of ministry and mission with young people as a co-construction.

Read article or download

From Newport, South Wales, Ed Hodge and Matt Davis of the Lab reflect on a journey from trying to solve people’s problems towards co-creating theology…

Read article or download

Jane Barrett reflects on a three-year project which enabled young women to have an entrepreneurial experience.

Informal education and pioneer mission

Dylan Barker looks at sharing food – an incredibly common way to encourage participation that almost goes unexamined.

Participation – sharing food

James Ballantyne reflects on empowerment, a contested concept in youth work practice and a critical aspect of the Gospels’ story.

Empowerment in practice

A homeless young person is often left feeling that they are just a number – how do we include those who feel hopeless and excluded? asks Pat Clarke

A place to call home

Debs North shares how youth work invites us to listen to young people’s insight as well as protect them from their naivety.

Sex Ed and mission

LGBT people come out knowing that the world might not accept them … How often do we come out as Christians? asks Matthew Willmott

What do we choose to hide?

Among the reviews this issue are recommended reads from Fiona Gregson, Larry Culliford and Andrew Rumsey.

Book reviews

Links to past volumes of ANVIL, stretching right back to 1984. Many of these articles are now available online.

Browse archive

Cookie Configuration

We use cookies on our website to ensure you have the best browsing experience. Read our Privacy Policy for more information.

These cookies are necessary for the function of the website and cannot be disabled. They are used to save your preferences as you interact with our website, such as your cookie settings.

These cookies allow us to measure traffic on our website. They help us to know which pages are popular and see how visitors move around the site. All information these cookies collect is aggregated and therefore anonymous.

These cookies are required for some of the core functionality of the website. They are set by third party content providers, such as video players and maps. If disabled, these content providers will not be loaded.

Done

We use cookies on our website to ensure you have the best browsing experience. Read our Privacy Policy for more information.

Configure Cookies Accept