Haskell Singing School – Not Your Typical Church Camp

I’m going to take a  break from my usual theological postings to post something a little different.  This post is dedicated to the Haskell Singing School, a church camp I have gone to every year for the past 14 years (with the exception of 2006 when I got my first job out of college and had no vacation time saved up – a sad year indeed).

Now you might be asking yourself: why would someone go to a church camp for 14 years?  Aren’t those camps just for kids?  It’s a good question.  Most church camps are for a certain age group.  For instance, when I was in 4th and 5th grade I went to Camp Impact at Oklahoma Christian University which is for that age range (funny enough, Erin, my wife, also went to that camp those years but we didn’t know each other).  Camp Impact was great fun but I wouldn’t want to keep going year after year.  The same is true for other camps that kids go to like Kadesh, Blue Haven, Cornerstone, Zenith, etc. You actually outgrow going to these camps because they are targeted to a specific age group and thus what you once might have gotten out of them you no longer can.

Singing School is different. How? Well let me explain…

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