20's & 30's

Your 20s and 30s are full of new experiences and opportunities, and new challenges to face as you build towards your future. LIFEnet resources and small groups are designed to help stimulate and encourage your faith through those turbulent years.

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Navigators 20’s & 30’s Ministry

Your 20s and 30s are a great time to have an adventure of faith and find out what you and God are really made of. There are many opportunities to live by your faith in new situations, at work and with friends. Finding out how to do this takes some work and is really helps to have some close friends who are Chrisitans, so you can talk things over with them.

LIFEnet helps Christians to be the best kind of friends to each other. The sort of friends who can be completely honest with each other, who care about how each other is feeling towards God, who ask each other about the challenges they are facing in their situations. Friends who help each other to pray for their friends who aren’t yet Christians and help each other prioritise spending time with them, even in the midst of busy lives.
LIFEnet supports groups of friends who commit to helping each other. If you want help with starting a group, or you live in Southampton, Birmingham or Glasgow and want to join a group, use the contact form below.

Duncan Miller

Champion for the 20s and 30s, Navigators UK

Tim’s Story

Tim works relationally with many recent graduates and their friends from around the south of England. He helps them work out what it means to walk with God in their current life circumstances, and perhaps explore faith if they are not yet a believer.
One young man has been asked to consider church ministry, but his life is far from a bed of roses. Rather than wanting to think about ministry he is questioning God’s goodness. As they meet, Tim has noticed a change – a realization that though God might not give what is wanted, He is faithful through all the mess.
Tim has been introduced to another man who is struggling to align his lifestyle choices with the way he was brought up in church. He had not been able to talk to anyone about this conflict, but now they have begun to meet and are able to talk through the issues.
One of the joys of our meetings is discussing and debating what it looks like to be a disciple of Christ in the workplace, especially in the grey areas of life. We prioritise praying together and encouraging one another as we look to God for the integrity, grace and energy we desperately need. We also pray that God will send more workers into this particular harvest-field.

Tim Peters

Navigators UK

Lydia’s Story

We live and work in a world that is competitive, and yet we are called to be humble. We often need to sell ourselves and our gifts, and yet we are called to love in a way that is not self-seeking. We are called to live with a single purpose – giving glory to God in all things – but as we juggle work and life, it is so easy to lose sight of the goal. Our world and our workplaces are often in direct contradiction to the way God calls us to live. And yet this is the context into which He has placed us. How do we respond to both the blessings and the banes of working life?
One of the joys of our meetings is discussing and debating what it looks like to be a disciple of Christ in the workplace, especially in the grey areas of life. We prioritise praying together and encouraging one another as we look to God for the integrity, grace and energy we desperately need. We also pray that God will send more workers into this particular harvest-field.

Lydia Clarke

Navigators UK

Get in touch

If you have any general enquiries about 20’s & 30’s ministries or if you are interested in joining a group or starting one up

Turner House, 54 The Avenue, Southampton, SO17 1XQ

023 8055 8800

info@navigators.co.uk

Charity numbers:
England & Wales: 1099148
Scotland: SC038484

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