Thy Kingdom Come Youth Reflections - New for 2021

May 11, 2021
Thy Kingdom Come Youth Reflections - New for 2021

This year, we've teamed up with the global prayer movement Thy Kingdom Come to produce a series of 11 video youth reflections, based on daily themes, from young Christians across different spheres of influence.


The videos include themes like 'sorry', 'adore' and 'help', and start with Thy Kingdom Come on 13th May, finishing on Pentecost (23rd May).

The video contributors include Guvna B (Rapper and Author); Jamie Jones-Buchanan (former professional Rugby League player), Pippa Baker (Catholic Charismatic Renewal); Joshua Luke Smith (Spoken Word Artist) and Elle Limebear (Worship Leader) to name a few.

Alongside each video there is a discussion plan – designed to explore the topic in greater depth - suitable for use in schools, colleges, youth groups and at home. View the full youth resource deck here.

13 May | Jesus

Joshua Luke Smith | Poet and Producer

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14 May | Praise

Pip Baker | One Hope Project

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15 May | Thanks

Phoebe Parkin | Youth Methodist President

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16 May | Sorry

Elle Limebear | Artist and Worship Leader

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17 May | Offer

Joe Winterschladen | The Message Trust

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18 May | Pray For

Grace | Young Person

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19 May | Help

Guvna B | Artist and Author

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20 May | Adore

Andy and Izzi | YoYo

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21 May | Celebrate

Philip Selveratnam | Young Person

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22 May | Silence

Jamie Jones-Buchanan | Former Pro-Rugby Player

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23 May | Pentecost

Asha Malankar | Naujavan

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We'd love you to share these videos and discussion plans with teachers, youth workers and young people that you think might love them.

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