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This resource challenges students to the "light to their world" based on Matthew 5:14-16. It has interactive moments and a link to a video that will help bring home the message. It also contains the worship set we did and ideas of how to best use what you have. This resource can be used during any season of your ministry, as an ending challenge for a series (which is how I used it), or as a Christmas message. You can easily format it to fit how you need it to speak to your students. We did this message right after Josh Griffin's “11 vs The World” and it served as a final challenge piece to that series.

Note: you will need candles and a lighter.

This Resource Includes:
• 800+ word manuscript (it's shorter than typical messages due to the interactive moments of this type of service) [Word file]
• Graphics (jpeg files)
• Worship set suggestions (Word file)

Note from the Author

Note by Author: <br> It is a shorter manuscript but that was by design to be sure that it didn't exceed a 30-minute time span. With the candle lighting, video link, and the interactive portions the talking needed to be cut down.

Candlelight Service

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This one-off message resource will challenge your students to be the "light to the world" whether at home, at school, or in their community through an interactive candlelight service.
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Louie Campbell

I'm a husband, a father of 2 amazing young men, and a youth pastor of 10 years. God is my passion and giving Him glory in everything I do is my desire. I grew up in a family that God was nowhere to be found but at 15, in order to date my wife, I was forced to go to church. That is when God drew me to Him. I've done so many things throughout my teen years that I'm not proud of but it has given me a platform I never thought possible with youth today. My strengths are organizing and building things from the ground up. And by the way I don't always wear a suit but when I do I make it look good.

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