Listen to the Psalm Sing from the Lord’s Day evening at Senior Camp 2014 below:
Connor has also put a few other psalms from camp on SoundCloud:
Talks available here.
Saturday: Correctly predicting the camp speaker 8 years ago (see comments on the 2006 Report)
Lord’s Day: Strob’s ‘There’s a Psalm for that’ psalm sing – and the brief appearance of a few camp legends like Warren R.
Monday: Barefoot football
Tuesday: Clay pigeon – sortof!
Wednesday: Early lunch so we could have full afternoon of sport: tennis competition – volleyball – tennis. Also at one stage we had PMO, J. Loughridge & A. McKelvey in attendance with P. Loughridge about to arrive in the country. Let’s get the average attendance up again next year!
Thursday: Committee dance – Timber!
Friday: James Morrison hat-trick as the football/tennis half of our team did their bit while the bucketball/volleyball half lost every game!
Tuesday: Welcome to the Jungle
It may be a question that would have sounded strange for the majority of church history but it’s one that those who exclusively sing the songs of Jesus today invariably face.
It’s also a question that was clearly, biblically and graciously answered as part of the 3rd talk of Senior Camp 2014 by Philip Moffett. I’ll be uploading all the talks (along with psalms and readings) shortly but in the meantime here’s the one on worship with just the talk and closing psalm left in. Some at camp expressed a desire to be able to share it with their non-RP friends, so I’ve put it on SoundCloud to make that simpler.