Y 52 The Vulnerable Youth Worker: How to Engage with Vulnerability in Ministry (2018)


Vulnerability is, in some form or another, intrinsic to being human. While some may perceive it as a form of weakness to be hidden, this startlingly honest study argues that important lessons can be learned from openly engaging with vulnerability.

Featuring first-hand stories from youth workers who have encountered vulnerability in a range of ways—by circumstance, choice, vicariously, unexpectedly or in the lives of those we work with—it aims to help practitioners become more aware of their own vulnerabililties, and those of others.

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Author: Sally Nash

Sally has worked with Youth for Christ for over 20 years in training and supporting youth workers, and is now Director of the Midlands Centre for Youth Ministry based at St John's Nottingham. She enjoys walking and good food (often combined), plays golf and supports Spurs.

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