The WordSpace turns 2 years old in August which means we have now sent over 700 posts (that’s more than 70 000 words of content) to young people around Southern Africa and indeed the world! These past few months we have been working on our systems and structures to prepare for more growth in the future.
Included in this is work on our very own WordSpace app for smartphones! We are also seeing growing interest from youth leaders and Christian teachers in our WordSpace series which run for 6 weeks each term and include additional online content that can be used in a youth group program or classroom. We are currently running a Series on the sermon on the Mount. See more at www.theyouthhub.net/wordspace-resources, or subscribe to the WordSpace at www.thewordspace.mobi. Our Small Spaces devotional includes 90 posts from our first year with stunning pictures.
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