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Keep reading the Bible with ‘Fuel’

Archbishop Richard Clarke launching ‘Fuel’ at the Church of Ireland Youth Department’s first National Youth Forum, in Dublin in January. Photo by Lynn Glanville.
Archbishop Richard Clarke launching ‘Fuel’ at the Church of Ireland Youth Department’s first National Youth Forum, in Dublin in January. Photo by Lynn Glanville.

The Church of Ireland Youth Department’s Fuel resource, which proved popular in encouraging young people to read the Bible over Lent, is available to help develop regular Bible reading habits throughout the whole year.

National Youth Officer Simon Henry said: ‘It is more important than ever to engage our young people in God’s Word for a firm grounding in and understanding of their Christian faith. Fuel is a helpful tool to encourage regular Bible reading habits with questions to really help you engage with Scripture. Obviously we designed Fuel with Lent in mind but, of course, anyone can use at it any point during the year as an accessible and helpful way to journey through the Gospel of John and dig deeper into God’s Word.’

Fuel includes a reading plan for John’s Gospel and a 50–page journal with space provided for writing down notes, prayers and thoughts. The resource is free and more copies are available from the CIYD offices in Belfast (028 9082 8890) and Dublin (01 497 8422), and from diocesan youth officers and youth council representatives. Orders can also be placed by email at admin@ciyd.org

Issued by Church of Ireland Youth Department

CIYD


Church of Ireland House
61–67 Donegall Street
Belfast
BT1 2QH
028 9082 8890

admin@ciyd.org

www.ciyd.org

Simon Henry

Church of Ireland Youth Officer
Church of Ireland House
61–67 Donegall Street
Belfast
BT1 2QH
simon@ciyd.org

Steve Grasham

Youth Ministry Development Officer (Southern Region)
Church of Ireland House
Church Avenue
Rathmines
Dublin 6
D06 CF67
steve@ciyd.org