Critiquing creative worship
Recent years have seen a surge of interest in contemplative and creative worship experiences. While embracing the potential of this trend, Dave Wright asks youth workers to critique these practices so that they amount to more than 'worshipping an unknown God'.
How does the average youth worker regard children's work - as glorified babysitting, or as a powerful ministry as important as their own? Ali Campbell argues that we need to be closing the chasm between the two if we want to reverse the trend of young people leaving the church.
Using Romans, themes include conviction, living well, winners and judging others.