I have the opportunity, through a local newspaper blog, to get the word out about the youth camps in our area that are involved in teaching spiritual disciplines/spiritual formation and contemplative prayer to our youth. Actually, anyone could do it…but I am a local and have investigated enough to write it up. So, the question is, should I? The audience is the general population of moms in our area. It would be read by whoever happens upon it. It would also not be anonymous. It might spark debate, and may get ME noticed with all this…and possibly in a bad way. It’s a place I can speak up for truth based on what I see online, and in the blog of the man leading this set of camps (as well as training youth leaders around the country in spiritual disciplines, spiritual formation, and contemplative prayer…and more). Huh. Hadn’t thought to do this before, but it just occured to me (or if I thought of it I forgot). The deal is, I wouldn’t say anything about the camp that’s not out there in print already. The lead man proudly proclaims he teaches this stuff to kids and that the experiences are life changing and wonderful. Therefore, all I would be doing is highlighting what he’s said, and what’s been on the camp web page and his personal blog, and posting it on a newpaper blog. Dangerous stuff?