General Christian Websites - A Rocha  is a Christian nature conservation organisation that was founded in Portugal and now also works in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Netherlands and UK as well as other countries around the world. Their website provides contact details for different countries as well an excellent ‘Resources’ section which has a lot of material of potential value in the classroom. - This website is run by the Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship in the UK in partnership with International Fellowship of Evaneglical Students (IFES), Christian Medical Fellowship (CMF), l'Abri and the Zecharias Trust. It aims to make available the best Christian thinking and communication resources and includes sections on Apologetics, Culture and Worldview, Science and Christianity, History and Jesus, Truth and intolerance and many others. It is recommended for anybody working with thinking young people and adults. - The website of the Christian Studies Unit provides a list of books giving a Christian perspective on a wide range of subjects, books that are not readily available from any other single source in Europe. - ECCE is an organization that brings together people who are involved in Christian Education with children. The conference takes place every three years and does so in a different part of Europe. The conference is an opportunity to meet with colleagues involved in children’s ministry from all over Europe to discuss our work and to share our experiences.  - Hand in Hand Family Ministriy seeks to serve the church, is involved in children’s ministry, all- age services, reaching out to families or encouraging families to explore their faith at home. You will find information and resources to inspire and equip you. - The Gospel and our Culture Network aims to stimulate and assist the Church's witness in and to Western culture. This website has a wealth of resources, articles and links to other potentially useful websites. - The Center for the Theology of Childhood has developed Godly Play, a distinctive method of Christian education for children aged 2 to 12. This website gives a helpful introduction to the theory and practice of this approach. - The Senior Volunteer Network links is a unique volunteer teacher organisation that links Christian teachers with situations of need around the world where they can help. (At present they are only able to register volunteers who are resident in the UK.) - Christian Unions are mission teams that operate at the heart of university and college campuses. They are led by students, resourced by Christian Union Staff Workers and supported by the local church. Together, they are reaching students for Jesus.