In December 2016 we were continuing to ask the question ‘what does it mean to take good news relevantly?’, especially when there has been such a huge shift in youth culture with the rise of Gen Z; today's under 18s. Lots of amazing pieces of research have been done recently and are still to be released but we wanted to get a wider picture, not just what young people in church thought about faith. We were interested in where young people spend their time, what they do in those spaces, who they listen to and what matters to them? All to better understand what it looks like to take good news relevantly to those young people in that context
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We want to start discussion, not simply publish findings. So we have created a space to discuss the statistics and think about what our response, as a youth work community, should and can be.