Goal: The goal of this night is to help the teens understand that the Sabbath day is a holy day and a day we must honor. The night will also challenge the teens to see Sunday as a day of rest, grace, remembrance, and resurrection. About this Night: This night is focused on the Third Commandment, “keep holy the Sabbath day,” and the importance that commandment has in our lives. many times we are busy on Sundays and we do not set aside adequate time for God. The night will begin by assigning every
The goal of this Life Night is to help the teens understand the reality of sin in this world and the effects it has on the world. This night will better equip the teens to fight the battle against sin and evil. This night will also look at how God’s mercy and love is stronger than sin. finally, this night will challenge the teens to follow the example of Christ and choose God over sin.
Goal: The goal of this Life Night is to introduce the semester on morality. This night will also help the teens understand God’s desire for our happiness and freedom. The night will challenge the teens to see God’s law as a way to help us live in His freedom and not as a hindrance to our freedom. About this Night: This night marks the beginning of the morality Semester. God desires that we would live as He created us, free and loving. This night will look at what law means for our lives; law
This book covers morality. In the first Curriculum Guide on this topic, we took a broad approach to the topic of morality and broke open the semester using the Ten Commandments as a guide. In this second Curriculum Guide on morality, you will find Life Nights that are more focused on specific issues of morality like eternal and natural law, the meaning of the Lord’s Day, Christian integrity in media, and the death penalty. When planning your semester, we recommend that you look through both morality
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The goal of this Edge Night is to help the middle school youth understand that morality is not about following a set of rules, but rather it is a response to God’s call for us to be in a relationship with Him.
Life Teen Retreat
Okay, you’ve probably figured out by now that Dr. Seuss is a huge influence in this
retreat. Each session is based on a work by Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss). The hope of the retreat is to help the teens re-discover the fun and innocence of their childhood, while being reminded of the simplest lessons in their moral life and faith development along the way!
This book is the sixth in the series and breaks open the moral teaching of the Catholic Church. In this book you will find eight Life Nights that introduce the purpose of the Catholic teaching on morality as well as tackle tough issues that the teens deal with on a daily basis. These nights are designed to call your teens to holiness in creative and engaging ways. What you will not find is the issue and social Life Nights that used to be included in the LNPG books. You can now find those types of
Goal for the Life Night: The goal for this night is to introduce the new semester on morality. This night will help the teens understand that morality is more than a list of rules and regulations. True morality is rooted in the Father and leads us to the fullness of joy here on earth and our ultimate fulfillment in heaven. Life Night at a Glance: This Life Night kicks off a new semester on morality. Too many of our teens (and adults) feel that moral law is about restrictions and limits, rather than
Goal for the Life Night:
By the end of the night, the teens will begin to understand the truth about our sexuality, which “image” God and His love for us. Note: It is extremely important that AT A MINIMUM the youth minister and CORE Members on the night understand the basic concepts of John Paul II’s Theology of the Body, for this night. There is a special feature on www.lifeteen.com about the Theology of the Body, as well as an issue of LIFE Teen’s The Pulse (Volume 3, Spring 2004), which