Hi folks, forgive the plug…

Do you know anyone who might be interested in this?

http://www.yfcone.co.uk/opportunities/etaworship.aspx

A great opportunity for young people (17-25) looking to develop their gifts and talents as part of the YFC One team.

Please share and pass on.

Many thanks.


Finally have a YouTube channel… More to come over the next few weeks.. Watch this space…

www.youtube.com/user/lukewhamlyn


YFC One still have places for September…

If you know anyone interested in developing their gifts in youth work and as a worship leader / musician… I help run the ETA Worship course😉

Check out www.yfcone.co.uk/opportunities/etaworship.aspx


Have a great Christmas, I hope to see you sometime in 2012!


Okay, I know it’s been a while since my last post. It’s been a crazy year… I hope to post an update soon… Promise.😉

Until then… I just wanted to let you know about an event I’m involved in at the end of November… I’m really excited to be part of this ‘Global Connections’ conference, “The future of mission” will be our focus…

It’s not too late to book up, so do check it out – details can be found HERE!


Back at the beginning of March I had the opportunity to play at the ‘Christians Against Poverty’ Staff Conference up in Bradford. I’d heard a bit about their work before but must admit I hadn’t appreciated the full extent of what they do…

Through partnerships with the local church CAP offer hope, support, and solutions to families and individuals struggling with debt. I was blown away, not only by the passion and commitment of their team, but by the numerous stories of changed and transformed lives. CAP are all about proclaiming freedom for those caught in debt & poverty and helping people discover that they have a hope and future.

‘Faith and deeds’… Very exciting…

You can find out more about CAP HERE as well as hearing some amazing testimonies HERE


Last Saturday I was invited to take part in the Girls Brigade ‘Journeying Together’ support day: a mentoring programme that GB are piloting for leaders and the young people they work with.

The new mentors met together for a day of training provided by Exodus (click HERE for a link) who run a successful mentoring programme in Northern Ireland. My role was to lead the worship and also to offer insight from some of the training and mentoring I’ve been involved with over the years.

It was an exciting and informative day as we explored what it looked like to mentor others and the privilege it is to “encourage, support, and equip people in their walk with God”.

It was a great start to an initiative that has the potential to make a real impact with young people around the country. I believe the work of GB is hugely significant and much needed in the lives of young people today. You can find out more about some of what they do HERE.