This is something that has been bothering me lately. The idea that we always have to have an experimental type of worship. Lately it seems like I cannot go to any service and not have a visual prop or a interactive prop that the audience will take place in. At times these things are a good thing, but after a while it seems like we continue to fall into the rut of a formula or a routine. This summer at CIY we really had no crowd interactive type of worship, I said that bad, we really did not have anything that the crowd could come up and physically take part in. After the first week of conference we heard many complaints that there was nothing for the crowd to do and they really liked it when they could take part in the service. Every year that I have gone to CIY they have always had something to take part in. My first year there was a vase of water that you could go and wash your hands in, the next year there were prayer benches that you could write prayers on. So this year people go used to that routine and they wanted to have that routine again. I am one of those people who don’t like to go with the flow, I like to do things differently, and I like to change things up and keep things moving in a healthy and fresh direction. So the reason I am writing this is because so far this year every time at focus we have had something to take part in. I always feel pressured to do this. But a lot of the time I just feel like sitting there and thinking. I always hate when I feel pressured to go to focus and feel pressured to fall into the mold of everyone else. I am sometimes confused on this issue. My question to everyone is that am I wrong for feeling this way or not?