Have you ever wondered why every youth minister you’ve ever met refers to his or her spouse as the most attractive member of the opposite sex ever created? You know that it’s true. But how is it possible? Could it be that God rewards those who dedicate their lives to youth ministry by graciously making an attractive spouse His sweetest gift while fulfilling the promise of Mark 10:28-30?
Goal for the Life Night: More than the fairy tale, marriage is about sacrifice. The goal of this Life Night will help the teens understand why marriage is a sacrament. This night will answer questions on marriage, divorce and annulments. Finally, this night will help the teens to discern their vocation and encourage them to pray for their future spouse. Life Night at a Glance: For many teens, the idea of marriage is a fairy tale painted by stories and movies. This Life Night will give teens a new
Goal for the Life Night:
To help teens realize see the greater purpose of dating, and recognize that dating is an opportunity to honor Christ in the other person. The night encourages teens to overcome the pressures and temptations to disregard their call to chastity by offering more pure, more creative ideas through which teens can spend time together. Life Night at a Glance: Teenagers are getting into the dating scene. That scene is a hyper-sexual interpretation of what society says dates
Goal for the Life Night: The goal of this Night is to draw the teens into a deeper understanding of God’s plan for marriage, and how that plan images His very life and love for us. Life Night at a Glance: This is the Night of wedded bliss. So to speak. Teens will take part in a few games at the beginning which drive home the point that a big part of love is knowing about the other person. During a skit, teens witness different points of view on the same wedding and vows. After breaking into small