If you’re looking into how to learn to drive a minibus, then “that article is here”:http://thegroveisonfire.com/2011/11/how-to-get-a-d1-minibus-licenc.html This has been the bane of my life these last few years. Actually finding how to drive a minibus is one of those great sisyphean tasks, just when you’re finally convinced you’ve worked out how legally you can drive … Continue reading How To Drive A Minibus Legally
One to file under ‘teenagers aren’t dumb’.
Three years ago I wrote the most popular article on this website. Disappointingly it was about how to drive a minibus legally. I’ve finally updated it to make it more accurate (previously it was critically wrong on one point), that’s because how to drive a minibus in this country is almost impossible to understand. Actually … Continue reading Finally! How To Actually Drive A Minibus.
A couple of years back I wrote what would soon be my most popular event article. How To Drive A Minibus Legally. That article is slightly out of date (I’ll be updating it in the next fortnight) but it’s still mostly good, it’ll also help you make sense of some of the terms in this … Continue reading How To Get A D1 Minibus Licence
Youth for Christ are looking for a missions director. This is a pretty senior role over seeing their mission and outreach. Are you an experienced leader with the drive and passion to both grow and oversee the Missions department, in order to release the national movement to mission and offering spiritual leadership along the rest … Continue reading Job: YFC Missions Director
So you want to take your young people away but don’t have much money to spend on it. Great! Because this article was written for you. Here is how you can slash your budget on your residential (or in the language of today’s government; make efficiency savings on your residential). Accommodation A classy residential centre … Continue reading How To Run A Residential On The Cheap
After cooking for seventy or so people on a residential weekend this summer I wrote Advice For Youth Workers When Organising Catering On A Residential. This is the other side of that coin; advice for caterers when you’re organising food on a residential weekend for young people or kids. I’m going to assume you know … Continue reading Advice For Caterers When Organising Food On A Residential
Becca Dean is a wonderful person, she’s from the great not-quite-a-city-but-definitely-should-be town of Ipswich, “she has a blog, and she is just finishing up working as the youth worker for “Carpenters Community Church. For a while Becca was on the same pub quiz team as me, we never won when she was there, but we … Continue reading Five Questions With Becca Dean
But God. Glorious.
Glen Scrivener has a great new blog going through some 365 every day phrases that we use that come from the King James Version of the Bible, a bible which celebrates it’s 400th year anniversary this year. (Aside, while I’m all in favour of celebrating the influence the KJV has had on the English language, … Continue reading The King’s English