An opportunity to find out more To pray and think about being involved To put some things into practice e.g serving others,
‘Raising confident young people committed to faith, service and leadership’
Based on 5 marks of Missio n Telling our Story Faith Formation Serving Others Social Justice Creation and environment
Growing in faith Learning more about Christian values Developing leadership skills Fun, friendships and new adventures Cross cultural experiences Gaining certificates and awards Extending yourself Maybe it’s about doing ‘Hard things’!
5 training modules over 2 years Camps and workshops throughout the year Can join LT4Yth at any stage
Help you discover your strengths and abilities Encourage you Find mentors Create opportunities for you to achieve your tasks Support you in your faith journey
Meet regularly with you Pray for you Support and encourage you Be an advocate Be a coach
Each participant will have their own booklet to work through There will be badges for each module completed
Work through the LT4Youth booklets Explore all 5 modules – this camp will count towards your ‘Telling Our Story Module” Find out more about what you will need to do if you commit to LT4Youth Talk about mentors Talk about signing up for LT4Youth Have a good time and grow more in faith
At the completion of all 5 modules the ‘Bishop of Waiapu Award’ and certificate will be presented at a special service
Page 8 of handbook: 1:Timothy 4: 12 Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in life, in love, in faith and in purity. Discuss in a group:
TO PROCLAIM THE GOOD NEWS, SET THE CAPTIVES FREE ETC Lectio Divina - A way of reading Scripture: Listening for Christ the Word 1) Reading : One person reads aloud the passage of scripture, as others listen for the word or phrase that is especially meaningful for them. 2) Silence for two minutes. Each person hears and silently repeats a word or a phrase that has attracted them. 3) Sharing aloud each may make a single sentence statement of the word or phrase that has attracted them. No elaboration. How Christ the Word speaks to me 4) Second Reading of the same passage by another person. 5) Silence for two minutes reflecting on “How does the content of this reading touch my life today?” 6) Sharing aloud, briefly, beginning “I hear...” or “I see...” What Christ the Word is inviting me to do 7) Third Reading of same passage by another person. 8) Silence for two minutes reflecting on “I believe that God wants me to be or do today/during this camp?” 9) Sharing aloud the result of each person’s reflection. Be especially aware of what is shared by the person on your right. 10) After sharing, in turn, pray for the person on your right Important note. Anyone may say “pass” at any time. If instead of sharing with the group you prefer to pray silently, simply state this aloud and conclude your silent prayer with ‘Amen’ Poster 11) Write down some of the significant words or phrases used during your reflection and discuss images that come to mind 12) As a group create a poster using these images around the theme of the module you are exploring at this session, e.g. Telling Our Story
“The Spirit of the Lord is on me, Because he has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, To release the oppressed, To proclaim the year of the Lord’s favour. “
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