These are written so that you may believe

This July we, as a family, were back in Whiting Bay on the Isle of Arran. We’d been looking forward to getting back there and picking up the work we’d been involved in over the past two years - and...

Disadvantaged children are in all our schools

It is not uncommon to see another news headline referring to child poverty in Scotland. While these statistics can make us aware of the big picture and overall trends, I am always challenged by the stories of those carrying on...

Adventures await

We woke up full of excitement this morning looking forward to the activities for the day. We all had breakfast together before heading out to do various different outdoor activities. The groups were learning lots of survival skills such as...

72 tired but happy children

We always love to hear feedback on our centres and programmes, so were very happy to read of the enjoyable trip George Heriot's School had earlier this month... Last week, Primary five spent three wonderful days in the Kinross countryside...

Stories of hope from the Big Celebration

“Do you know in this country that there are 1 in 5 of our children who grow up without a father? That’s the statistic.” At this year’s Big Celebration at Lendrick Muir Alan McWilliam, minister of Whiteinch Church of Scotland...

Some field some hut

We had a fantastic day on Saturday celebrating 25 years of SU Scotland ministry at Alltnacriche! As we reminisced on the answered prayers we've seen, we particularly thought of those years prior to purchasing Alltnacriche when Richard Gorrie and so...