I'm involved with Nightfever
“It is incredible beautiful to see how many people feel being addressed to”
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Around the world, youth and young adults are involved at Nightfever in over 250 teams. They give their free time to give others a chance to experience God’s love and mercy (anew).
One of them is Kristin Hubert from Heidelberg in Germany. In the interview, the 23-year-old tells what her faith means to her and why she is involved with Nightfever.

 

What does your faith mean to you?

Kristin: Faith simply means to me to live one’s life with God. To continuously be conscious that I am his child, to put myself under his sight, to look for him in everything, and to put him first! This means for me that I do not have to be perfect, but I can always reach out to him.

You’re involved with Nightfever in Heidelberg and Speyer. What is it that fascinates you about Nightfever?

Kristin: I love that on a Nightfever event everyone is invited to come to the presence of God and to meet him, no matter who they are or where they are from. It is incredible beautiful to see how many people feel being addressed to. Basically looks for a place they belong to, as well those who walk on the streets on a Nightfever evening. And it is a great gift to tell those people that in the church they will find such a place.

Where have you been able to feel God?

Kristin: A couple of years ago I made my first experiences with God at an adoration evening. At that time I did not really know what the most Blessed Sacrament really is and also was far from believing that Jesus is really present in this bread. But on that evening I clearly felt God´s presence, an experience that never let me go. Thanks to Nightfever I always return to this encounter and can also help creating the environment for other people to find the same experience.

Is there a particular person from the Bible who fascinates you? Who’s your favourite character in the Bible?

Kristin: Mary Magdalene touches me time and again. After Jesus´ crucifixion she gets up early in the morning to go to the grave. But she finds it empty to her surprise. And as she stands there weeping the resurrected Jesus comes to her. First she does not recognize him, but as he calls her by her name, Mary, at that moment she does recognize him. This encounter portrais so much love! Mary wants to honour Jesus, even after his death, and he answers her devotion by appearing first to her before to all the others.

 

Kristin Hubert is 23 years old and studied in Heidelberg. Until her novitiate at the “Auerbacher Schulschwestern” in August 2017 she was involved in the leadership team of Nightfever Heidelberg and Speyer. Her hobbies are singing, dancing and reading.

Around the world, youth and young adults are involved at Nightfever in over 250 teams. They give their free time to give others a chance to experience God’s love and mercy (anew).
One of them is Kristin Hubert from Heidelberg in Germany. In the interview, the 23-year-old tells what her faith means to her and why she is involved with Nightfever.

 

What does your faith mean to you?

Kristin: Faith simply means to me to live one’s life with God. To continuously be conscious that I am his child, to put myself under his sight, to look for him in everything, and to put him first! This means for me that I do not have to be perfect, but I can always reach out to him.

You’re involved with Nightfever in Heidelberg and Speyer. What is it that fascinates you about Nightfever?

Kristin: I love that on a Nightfever event everyone is invited to come to the presence of God and to meet him, no matter who they are or where they are from. It is incredible beautiful to see how many people feel being addressed to. Basically looks for a place they belong to, as well those who walk on the streets on a Nightfever evening. And it is a great gift to tell those people that in the church they will find such a place.

Where have you been able to feel God?

Kristin: A couple of years ago I made my first experiences with God at an adoration evening. At that time I did not really know what the most Blessed Sacrament really is and also was far from believing that Jesus is really present in this bread. But on that evening I clearly felt God´s presence, an experience that never let me go. Thanks to Nightfever I always return to this encounter and can also help creating the environment for other people to find the same experience.

Is there a particular person from the Bible who fascinates you? Who’s your favourite character in the Bible?

Kristin: Mary Magdalene touches me time and again. After Jesus´ crucifixion she gets up early in the morning to go to the grave. But she finds it empty to her surprise. And as she stands there weeping the resurrected Jesus comes to her. First she does not recognize him, but as he calls her by her name, Mary, at that moment she does recognize him. This encounter portrais so much love! Mary wants to honour Jesus, even after his death, and he answers her devotion by appearing first to her before to all the others.

 

Kristin Hubert is 23 years old and studied in Heidelberg. Until her novitiate at the “Auerbacher Schulschwestern” in August 2017 she was involved in the leadership team of Nightfever Heidelberg and Speyer. Her hobbies are singing, dancing and reading.

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