Kicking Up Dust The Diaconate About this Life Night The beauty of being a deacon is not to have a certain title in the Church, but to exemplify what it means to be a servant of others. Teens can live out this call in their every day lives. The Life Night this week begins with the Life Teen Service Awards. These awards honor teens who selflessly serve in and out of church. After the awards, the teaching for this night highlights the role of a deacon and how teens are also called to serve the church. After a time of small group discussion in the Break, the teens will close the night in prayer asking for help and accountability to serve more directly at school, home, or church. Goal of This Night This night will encourage and empower teenagers to live lives of humble servanthood with joy in imitation of the diaconate. It will also provide the teens with concrete ways to serve in their homes, schools, and at church. Catechism # 1569 - 1571 # 1256 # 1630 Scripture Acts 6:1 -7 1 Timothy 3:8 -13 Key Concepts The role of a deacon is not just a title; it is a dedication to servanthood. Each of us is called to service in our everyday lives. This service is done in both little things and big things. We are called to serve one another with joy. End of Free Preview Thanks for reviewing this Life Night! If you would like the full verison of this resource please sign in. If you are signed in and still can't download this resource, please contact parish support in the chat below.