A generation, a city, a mission


Merry Christmas

Gap Year

Tonight was our Christmas meal with everyone affiliated with n:flame. We crammed over FIFTY people upstairs in Toby Carvery on the A10.

Me and the Gap Year students wanted to say Merry Christmas!

November Celebration


Jon To is leading the talk at Celebration tonight, and sharing some of his testimony.

Our ongoing theme is being a Christian at school.

Palace to Palace: Alexandra Palace

Gap Year

Congratulations! After seven gruelling hours the team have finally reached Ally Pally!!! Hurrah! (They got onto the grounds but couldn't get any closer because of the fireworks event tonight!)

It is not too late to sponsor them some money. If you wish to sponsor, you can sponsor them here https://my.give.net/lebanon2016

Palace to Palace: Crystal Palace

Gap Year

Today is the day. The gap year students are raising money for their overseas mission trip Lebanon by doing a sponsored walk for 14miles.

You can sponsor them here https://my.give.net/lebanon2016

We’re Back!


AND WE ARE BACK!. That was exhausting but very worth it. It has been very exciting seeing everyone grow and come closer to God, and to engage with leading the lessons we provided at the school.

Settling In


We are settling in to the school in Lebanon and the team our ready to teach in their new n:flame mission uniforms.

Y&F Setting Off


The Y&F Lebanon Team (as they have called themselves) are at the airport ready to leave. Let’s pray for a strength and safety in the team and for revelations for the young people.

Upcoming Sponsored Walk

Gap Year

Our Gap Year Students are doing a sponsored walk to raise money for their trip to Lebanon.

Wales, Day 4

Gap Year

Day four of our trip to Wales. We are heading home today after an exhausting couple of days. What better way to celebrate our triumph over Snowdon than a visit to the beach and introducing our German Gappies to good old stick-of-rock.

Wales, Day 3

Gap Year

Day three of our trip to Wales. WE MADE IT! This is us at the tallest peak on Snowdon. Although some of us found it harder than others we all managed to get here. Now for a quick bit to eat, some well deserved hot cups of tea and back down the mountain we go.