Friday, January 7, 2011

Watch the entire Oshkosh Camporee Esther Play online

Photo credit: Alden J. Ho/Center for Youth Evangelism

You can now watch the entire Esther play from the 2009 International Pathfinder Camporee right here on A Sabbath Blog.

The videos below are from the 5-night drama, "Courage to Stand: The Story of Esther," performed live at the 2009 "Courage to Stand" International Pathfinder Camporee in Oshkosh, Wis.

The drama was performed live every night for five nights for more than 36,000 people. It was also broadcast on The Hope Channel.

Part 1: God Uses a King


Part 2: God Uses a Queen


Part 3: God Uses an Enemy


Part 4: God Uses a Friend


Part 5: God Uses You


Note: A Sabbath Blog has not uploaded these videos. These videos were officially uploaded by the Center for Youth Evangelism. CYE organizes and directs these international Pathfinder camporees, which occur every five years. The drama and music was written by Sitler and Strong Productions.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I remember that! Wow, my first and only time in Oshkosh. I had gone with my pathfinder club from Washington. And I hope to go again for the next one which is in 2014 I believe. It was an amazing experience, one I wouldn't want to trade. If someone asked me whether or not I thought it would be good for them to go... I would say "You should go. It will change your life!"

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