Bogue gave a powerful challenge to the young people this morning not to be pulled into thinking “the world’s way” but rather to check each mindset and attitude against the scriptures.
By late Friday afternoon the rain had stopped and full electrical power had been restored to the Kenyon College campus. After a 5:30 p.m. dinner today, participants will have a 7 p.m. main session (Jeff Bogue), a 9 p.m. Spiritual Formation roundtable discussion, and coffeetalks and Open Mike and Open Gym nights beginning at 10 p.m.
The “late night feature” will be “Spiritual Journeys of Outcasts: What Bono and Kanye Can Teach the Church” which will be led by Kary Oberbrunner and Mark Artrip.