In "A Place of Wholeness," a Tapestry of Faith program
Youth explore the theme of freedom and liberation through music. The thirty-minute time estimate may be low; it will take approximately five minutes per participant.
Point out that people have expressed their deepest desires for freedom through music for a long time. Many of today's gospel songs were originally sung by enslaved Africans; many folk songs were originally sung by laborers; and anti-war songs were sung by protesters of the Vietnam War.
Remind them of the songs that they have picked. Tell them that you made a CD of all the songs for each of them. Explain that after the group listens to each song, the person who selected that song will have two or three minutes to share what they think the song is about. When you have listened to all the songs, lead a discussion using the following reflection questions:
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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