Each day there were two general sessions up to two-and-a-half hours in length each. Each day's program listed the worship leader, speaker and special guest, so I was expecting this to be a time of worship. Don't get me wrong, there was lots of good stuff here and an emcee directed us to experience several different activities. There were announcements and reminders, fun draws, a variety of music and comedy performers, and the speaker with a sound message.How do people who are not interested in music worship God? A friend told me recently that the music-be it congregational or other-could be left out as far as he was concerned. He does not sing or necessarily enjoy listening to it. If only singing is considered to be worship, then how does he worship? What are we teaching our children and youths with this new form of worship? When are we challenged to live more Christ-like lives?