So at our re-launch last Friday evening, 17 October, we anounced that we have now been registered as a charity. This is indeed exciting news as we move forward as a movement seeing Discipleship change for a generation.
This has been a while coming, but it is eciting now that we are registered and established, and now can look at developing work further, across a wider region, and enabling more young people and leaders to encounter Jesus and see transformation across their contexts.
Further to this,we also anounced that in partnership with RwandaChild we will be transforming a families life in Rwanda over the next 2 years, as we seek to build a house for them. This costs 800 pounds, and there will be more said about this coming soon, but the partnership with RwandaChild is strong, and we will be looking for the right committed people to see this happen over the coming months.
Our third anouncement on the night was that I will be undertaking research over the coming couple of years, exploring how we can support youth leaders better in their posts, sustaining them better, and developing apropriate frameworks for them to function not only as youth leaders but also as whole disciples in other areas of life: family, friends, and so on.
These were great 3 key anouncements on Friday evening at our launch, and we are so excited as a movement, seeing changetake place for youth leaders and young people, and not settling for where things currently lie.