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
A few years ago, during the season of Advent, my sister and I traveled to Lourdes, France for a pilgrimage. It was a gift that continues to transform my heart year after year, cup after cup of Lourdes water, rosary decade after decade lifted up in prayer. A pilgrimage is a very special gift that should not be overlooked during this season of Advent for that is exactly the gift that the Holy family gave us in their journey to Bethlehem with the birth of our Savior. To travel a long journey to a sacred place is a gift unto itself: the sights, smells, tastes, and rituals undiscovered yet instantly seized into memory. But, to realize something of unexplainable significance is as majestic as the Magi themselves.
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Matt Maher – The Journey of Alive Again: Incarnation (2 of 4) from Provident Label Group on Vimeo. Visit http://www.mattmahermusic.com/journey for the full “Journey of Alive Again” series including a study guide for each video in the series.
Goal of this Life Night The goal of this Life Night is to help the teens understand that Jesus Christ is both fully God and fully human. The teens will also be able to recognize Jesus’ humanity in Scripture and relate those experiences to their own lives. About this night The hypostatic union is a doctrine that will most likely be hard for the teens and even some Core Members to understand. Before beginning to plan this night, take a week or two to dive into what the Church says about the person
Goal The goal of this night is to help the teens understand that the coming of the Messiah was prophesized more than 700 years before His birth. This night will also help the teens understand that the Incarnation is the lynchpin of Scripture and the story of salvation. Finally, the teens will be challenged to invite Christ to be the central part of their own lives, especially through devotion to the Eucharist. About this night The coming of Christ was foretold more than 700 years before His actual
Goal for the Life Night: This night will be the introduction for the semester. The goal of this night is to have the teens understand that everything we believe hinges on the reality of Jesus as the Christ. He is the full and perfect revelation of God. Without Christ nothing we profess or believe makes sense. Life Night at a Glance: This night will introduce and set the foundation for the rest of the semester. The challenge of this night is to create a sense of excitement about the person of Christ.
Goal for the Life Night: The goal of this night is to show how the Incarnation is at the very foundation of our Christianity, and how it is the hinging point of accomplishing all that we believe. Life Night at a Glance: The Night is a spoof of the popular Fox show “24″. The show is about a special agent whose job is to save the world from terrorism. Whether the teenagers have seen the show or not the skit will be very funny as you drop this modern-day special agent into scenes from the nativity.