Saturday, June 11, 2011

Watch the entire Joseph Play from the Oshkosh Camporee online

The Center for Youth Evangelism recently uploaded the entire Joseph play from the 2004 International Pathfinder Camporee. You can watch it right here on A Sabbath Blog.

The videos below are from the 5-night drama, "The Fire Within" performed live at the 2004 "Faith on Fire" International Pathfinder Camporee in Oshkosh, Wis.

Part 1: The Journey

Part 2: The Choices

Part 3: The Dreams

Part 4: The Purpose

Part 5: The Reunion

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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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Finally! THANK YOU CYE & The Sabbath Blog. It's been a loooong time waiting. This is definitely the BEST Christian play ever! Awesome script, acting, & music/singing.

God Bless!

Michael P. & Family

Kanika said...

A Sabbath Blog- totally awesome to read your stuff; I am simply awestruck!

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