Goal of this Life Night The goal of this night is to introduce teens to the virtue of faith and the need for their response to God’s invitation of love – a love made most clear in the person of His Son, Jesus Christ. About this Life Night This night centers around the story of the Samaritan woman at the well (John 4:5-42), and her response of faith when Christ asks her for a drink. Naturally, everything about this Life Night is about thirst! The Life Night begins with a fun game that
Goal of this Life Night The goal of this Life Night is to help the teens recognize that, while we all experience suffering at some point, it does not have to be in vain. Because Jesus Christ became incarnate, He could unite Himself with our suffering and give it new meaning. Although suffering is never easy, it always offers an opportunity for grace to abound and for saints to rise up from the ashes. About this Life Night The night will show that, in Christ, suffering has a great meaning
Goal of this Life Night The goal of this Life Night is to help the teens develop a closer relationship with Christ through prayer. This night will examine the importance of prayer in our lives in a world that demands so much from us. It will focus on the example that Jesus gave us by leading a life of prayer. About this Life Night This Life Night takes a closer look at the importance of prayer in our lives. It helps us grow closer in relationship to God. The night begins with a skit with
Goal of this Life Night The goal of this Life night is to introduce teenagers to Life Teen’s 2013 theme, “fearless.” it will challenge teens to not allow their fears to overcome them, and to trust in christ in all circumstances. About this Life Night This Life night begins with a fun game that combines trivia and gross food in a hilarious way. This “fear factor” game transitions into a teaching that distinguishes between fear as a natural reaction and becoming our fears; Jesus
Goal of this Life Night This Life Night will help teenagers understand the two natures of Jesus Christ as fully human and fully divine. It will help teenagers understand that Jesus Christ shared in our human experience and, as a result, understands our lives and suffering. About this Life Night This Life Night focuses on the Incarnation and hypostatic union of Jesus Christ. It follows a Christmas theme and begins with a challenge to create a new “Life Teen Christmas Carol” between all
Goal of this Life Night The teens will understand that the light of Jesus Christ reveals who we are and our call to holiness. Understanding that growing in holiness means conforming ourselves to Christ, they will identify an area of their life that needs to be conformed to Christ. About this Life Night This Life Night provides the teens an opportunity to see how Jesus reveals to us who we called to be. It starts with a Gather game that pits light against darkness. The game leads into a
2012 has been an amazing year for Life Teen! We’ve strived this year to do more than ever before for teens and those that serve them. We’re committed to being there for you to support, train, and pray with you.
One of the ways we do this is through the blogs here on CatholicYouthMinistry.com. So in case you missed any, we’ve rounded up the best blogs of 2012 for you to enjoy. Have a blessed Christmas season and New Years! Here’s to a wonderful 2013!
My advice is this: During the Christmas Season, sing the Christmas songs that people really know well.
Sure it’s okay to add in a few new songs that can deepen the experience and the meaning of Christmas, but be careful not to sing too many new or unfamiliar songs at Christmas. Instead of doing a lot of new Christmas songs, maybe rearrange a few of the carols to make them sound a little different, but be sure not to change the melody around so that people don’t even recognize the song they are singing. Add in some different grooves or instrumentation and maybe take out some chords to make the tune feel more contemporary.
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Goal of this Edge Night The goal of this Edge Night is to help youth understand what the Catholic Church teaches regarding our final judgment and eternal life. Edge Night at a Glance This night will help the youth to realize the importance of the decisions we make today and the importance they bear on our final judgment. The night is meant to draw youth in repentance and help them realize that they make choices every day to draw nearer or further from Christ. Our Catholic tradition teaches
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Goal of this Edge Night The goal of this Edge Night is for the middle school youth to understand how creation is an expression of God’s love. The youth will also discuss humanity’s fall and our need for redemption. Edge Night at a Glance The creation story in Genesis is not a science book or a history book. In fact, the Bible is not a science or history book in general. The creation story — creation of man and his subsequent fall from grace — is less about how, or even the “what, where,