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Students and Social Action - ever thought about TLG?

Students and Social Action - ever thought about TLG?

15th March 2019

"I studied Theology at university and I loved biblical teaching, context and debate! Towards the end of my degree I felt God challenging me with my next step: how could I translate this knowledge, passion and growing faith into practice to impact communities across the UK?

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Emma Rowley

Emma Rowley

Emma started on the Fast Track internship just over 2 years ago. She now works as part of TLG's HR team, supporting our staff & volunteer teams across the country. She is passionate about people & seeing communities transformed through the local church!

TLG named Best Not-for-Profit to Work For 2019

TLG named Best Not-for-Profit to Work For 2019

21st February 2019

We were ecstatic to top the list of The Sunday Times Best Not-for-Profit Organisations to Work For 2019.

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Jonny Proud

Jonny Proud

Jonny is TLG’s Communications Manager, having started out working in the TLG education centre in Reading. He is passionate about seeing children enjoy school and have hope for their future. Ever the performer, Jonny is still optimistic he will one day fulfil his dream of becoming a Blue Peter presenter.

The anchor in a dizzying world

The anchor in a dizzying world

17th January 2019

It can sometimes seem like young people today are growing up in a more challenging environment than ever and desperately lacking hope. We asked Arianna Walker, Chief Executive of Mercy UK, to share why ‘hope’ makes all the difference for young people and what the local Church can be doing about it.

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Arianna Walker

Arianna Walker

Arianna Walker is an international speaker, author and the CEO of Mercy UK – a Christian charity committed to educating leaders, equipping individuals and empowering churches.

Just one wish on their list…

Just one wish on their list…

13th December 2018

My son recently came to me with his Christmas list. After much consideration, he’d carefully scribbled down what he might receive this year, dreaming of opening that special gift on the 25th.  At seventeen years old, some things haven’t changed since he was small enough to sit on my knees! 

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Tim Morfin

Tim Morfin

Tim Morfin is the founder and Chief Executive of TLG. Tim, together with a group of other volunteers from a local church, began TLG by helping young people struggling in school in Bradford. He now leads the organisation nationally, still committed to bringing hope and a future to children and their families. He is married to Rachel and has three teenage sons.

Pack up your troubles (in your pencil case)

Pack up your troubles (in your pencil case)

18th October 2018

How do we prepare our children for a new school, class or educational experience? How can we ensure we’re supporting them even in the midst of their anxiety? TLG Early Intervention Coordinator Rae Morfin shares her thoughts.

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Rachel Morfin

Rachel Morfin

With twenty years’ experience working with children in both church and school situations, Rachel has pioneered and now heads up TLG’s Early Intervention programme supporting children struggling in mainstream primary and secondary schools. Oh, and she’s got three teenagers of her own at home!

Making Our Mark

Making Our Mark

25th September 2018

If you could ask a single question to someone or something, anywhere in the world, and be sure of an answer: what would it be? Would you ask how you can find true love? Quadruple your salary? Simply be happy? Or would you ask, how can I make the biggest difference?

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Sarah Weinberg

Sarah Weinberg

Sarah started at TLG as an intern after graduating from the University of York. She loves reading and writing, and is passionate about supporting struggling children through her work in the Trusts and Foundations team at TLG.

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