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We hope and pray that as you and your group use this material you will learn more about what it means to be a follower of Jesus and how that can impact and influence every area of your life.

Don't forget to click on our previous series. 

For pre-2018 materials, feel free to get in touch at youthchildren@salvationarmy.org.uk.

In these days of physical distancing, we remain committed to connecting with and discipling young people. We have adapted our cell notes for a digital context to fulfil this commitment. You can find detailed instructions on using Zoom with a small group, as well as a rehearsal group session here:

Sessions are designed to last 30 minutes, please use the additional activities to extend your sessions.

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WITHNESS with God

In this Cell, we explore WITHNESS with God

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Doing what God wants

Exploring how to do what God wants

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Candidates Sunday

Be Willing - Candidates Sunday

A special Candidates Sunday edition of cell

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Easter 21

Celebrate Easter with the help of these cell notes

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Khesed

Explore examples of God's Khesed

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Change

We use the book of Matthew to explore how we face change

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Service

We use the book of Luke to explore how we can mature in service

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Joy

We use the book of John to explore how we receive joy

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Suffering

We use the book of Mark to explore how we move through suffering

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Covenant

We follow along the Vision & Commitment theme of Covenant

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The All Terrain Podcast

Listen to the latest episode of The All Terrain Podcast, which is a new resource from the Youth and Children's Ministries team that tackles universal questions about life and everyday issues.

Listen here

Other useful links

Youth resources

Our resources have been developed to equip youth workers and young people

Vision and Commitment Sunday 2020

The 2020 focus was 'Infinitely More' based on Ephesians 3:14-21 and Colossians 3:1-3.

Upbeat

A healthy approach to boys' wellbeing, Upbeat helps 13-16 year old young men develop their emotional literacy.

Schools

Educational resources for officers, teachers, and pupils.