It’s the last week of GSUS Live after 6 weeks in local schools. In some ways we’ll be sad to see it go, though in other ways it will be a relief, especially for my colleague Ben who has looked after it not just for the 6 weeks in Colchester but the 6 weeks before that when it was in the Tendring schools. It certainly grabs student’s attention, but for the core team of presenters it becomes mind numbingly monotonous.
It’s difficult to gauge the real impact in terms of young people grasping the relevance of Jesus teaching for today. There have been some very good questions asked but I’d love to know what’s really going on for them and how their understanding affects their journey towards God.
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