Free Christian Biblical youth work resources
Welcome to myfishbites.com – free Christian youth work resources.
Myfishbites has school assemblies, games and exercises, sessions, prayer ideas, daily quiettimes, sketches, talks/sermons, parables, creative ideas, small group sessions, points from movies, connectors for youth clubs and groups, meditatures, audio downloads, worship backing tracks, a training section, kids’ resources and YouTube Videos. We have many images/memes and life cards with Bible verses and facts relating to social and life issues.
If you’re a youth worker short on time or inspiration, or want some games, ideas, easy to use sessions, talks and information this is a good place to start! Myfishbites works equally well for adults and general church talks, sermons, groups & resources too. Updated April 2020.
Myfishbites has wide and varied Christian content as well as many sessions and ideas that can be developed to use within any youth work context such as the Excluded section – for any youth workers working with so-called ‘dis-engaged’ young people. This includes life skills, sexual health, anger management and many free PDF worksheets across the site. We also have Christian school assemblies and ethos assemblies, suitable for key stage 3 and key stage 4 (KS3 and KS4). The assemblies are also excellent for short sessions or talks with young people.
Myfishbites is passionate about youth work, but its remit goes beyond this. There’s advice on audio (recording, live sound, PA) and our free worship pads, backing tracks and music downloads. Check the Creative section for Christian book reviews, financial management, personal safety and a section on discipline. We have lots of info to help you run events and help with worship. Check out the huge number of hip-hop reviews too.
Who are myfishbites – “The site has been put together by a Christian youth worker from the UK with a passion to use relevant communication and effective tools to make Jesus known to young people. Content has been used in a wide variety of youth work by youth leaders with experience in schools, churches, detached work, youth clubs and in running events. The site is UK centred although is equally used in the US and across the world.”