Youth ministry leaders who own it! A true joy of our work is consulting with youth workers, ministers and churches with whom we share the common desire to support, resource and empower young people to live their faith at school. At our recent OWN IT. student training event, we offered a youth ministry professionals roundtable discussion exploring the topic “The
Howdy y’all! I’m Lizz, and I’ve just started volunteering at Mustard, helping out with all things grammar and editing! I have a passion for the Oxford comma, although sadly not all of my Mustard pals share the love. I’m in the middle of studying my Bachelor of Nursing, and plan on specialising in neonatal care. In 2017 I spent several
“But if that light is under a bushel, it’s lost something kind of crucial.” – Godspell I’m just putting it out there, I love musicals! And Godspell is definitely towards the top of the list as far as favourites go (if you haven’t heard the soundtrack, y’all should definitely check it out). It’s fun and fabulous, but more than that,
OWN IT 2019 was such an amazing time for us seeing young people across Melbourne engaging in a journey of exploring what God is calling them to do in their schools. In early March, after months of planning, we rolled out our second OWN IT training day for both students and youth professionals. It’s incredible to already see of the
“Let me tell you something you already know. The world ain’t all sunshine and rainbows. It’s a very mean and nasty place and I don’t care how tough you are it will beat you to your knees and keep you there permanently if you let it. You, me, or nobody is gonna hit as hard as life. But it ain’t
Hey there! My name’s Felicity and I’ve just started at Mustard in the role of Partnerships and Engagement Co-ordinator. I love connecting with people, seeing ideas become reality, and everything Mustard stands for. I’ve almost finished my Bachelor of Marketing, and over the past year I have been applying my skills at Oaktree, working in partnerships, public relations, strategy, and
Over the past two weeks, Brenton, Liam and I have had the privilege of speaking to a bright bunch of Year 9 boys from Scotch College. We headed over Healesville for their annual retreat, running workshops and walking them through some conversations around manhood, responsibility and value. What makes a ‘good bloke’? Is it a deep voice and big muscles?
School is back, which can only mean one thing: Lunchtime Groups are on! We are four weeks in to the first school term and God is already moving powerfully across the Student Movement. Most of our Lunchtime Groups have started meeting together again, barring a few who are still getting used to the new year’s rhythm. But that still leaves