IASYM

A brief reminder – Youth Ministry and Everyday Life, IASYM Biennial European Conference 2016, Amsterdam #IASYM2016

This is a review of a recent academic conference I attended for researchers in Youth Ministry, (In general Youth Ministry means the way the church works with young people). It is a long read at 2500 words. Recently, I attended the Biennial European Conference of the International Association for the Study of Youth Ministry (also […]

Feedback to my session and questions from others at the celtic IASYM colloquium. #cIASYMc2015

After my session on Wednesday the group had a wide-ranging 30mins discussion throwing about some of the topics of my talk, here are some of the notes I took of that discussion the session was on play within christian faith-based youth work as resistance to the socioeconomic commodification of young people (or something like that.) […]

Thoughts from the Celtic IASYM colloquium. #colloquium

I went to the inaugural Celtic IASYM colloquium on Wednesday and Thursday this week. It was generally good, and I enjoyed being there, so here are some thoughts on the event. Venue. It was held in a halls of residence for students at Belfast’s Queens university. So it was basic accommodation, but that’s fine. It […]