Behind our work with the most disadvantaged children lies a vision that sees vulnerable children as central to God’s love.
This vision calls us to be part of a process of realising the Kingdom of God where all children can both flourish now and fulfil their God-given potential.
Our Bible studies and collections of theology essays explore this vision.
Our collections of theology essays reflect on the issues of poverty, neglect and debt, setting them in a theological framework that has direct bearing on our actions as individuals, churches and charities.
- Whoever has ear, let them hear: Theology on listening to young people explain life in all its fullness
- From fear to safety: An exploration of the theological imperative to offer welcome to the stranger
- Too Old, Too Young? Theology on the ambiguity of adolescence and the impact of neglect
- Who Bears the Burden?: Christian theology and the impact of debt on children
- The Heart of the Kingdom: Christian theology and children who live in poverty
- Theology, listening and our core values
A Good Childhood is a series of Bible studies for small groups to help you explore society's understanding of modern childhood and to inform, improve and inspire all our relationships with children.
Using evidence from our wellbeing research, these studies examine the Bible’s perspective on childhood today.
Use our Bible studies with your church group.