1. For the Wholeness of the Earth
    By: Bret Hesla

    A groovy song celebrating our commitment to the Earth. Learn More

  2. Glory In The Highest
    By: Jonathan Rundman

    A catchy blue-grass/country flavored song with a very accessible chorus and call and response verses.  Fun, celebratory, and easy to learn.  Nice feminine reference to the Divine in one of the verses!

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  3. God's Voice Anywhere
    By: Richard Bruxvoort Colligan

    Every great religious tradition has ideas about how the Holy is present. Christian teaching sometimes lists the orthodox ways God is revealed and how prayer works. These are good things. However, if we align too tightly to particulars, we may lose the sense of God's mystery which may be essential to a thriving faith. This song is an effort to explore with young people around the campfire some of the ways we might experience God.

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  4. Nothing Can Pull Us Away
    By: Richard Bruxvoort Colligan

    The lyric sheet product is a chord chart with lyrics and chords. The lead sheet product bundles lead sheet, congregational melody line and songleader's guide. This song is licensed via OneLicense.net, CCLI and Worldmaking.net. This song is part of Richard Bruxvoort Colligan's intergenerational camp song album, "Branching Out: Neo Camp Songs." This song centers on Romans 8:38-39, a passage abot God's unfailing love. Verses unpack the nitty gritty, the refarin is a catchy reminder of the heart of the Jesus tradition. Great for camp, intergeneratial worship or a hymn of praise in a liturgical service. Learn More

  5. Now That We've Seen
    By: Bret Hesla

    Singing about dismay over how humans have treated the earth and how to change our lifestyles to be sustainable. Learn More

  6. The Tree Song
    By: Richard Bruxvoort Colligan

    The lyric sheet product is a chord chart with lyrics and chords. The lead sheet product bundles lead sheet, congregational melody line and songleader's guide. This song is licensed via OneLicense.net, CCLI and Worldmaking.net. This song is part of Richard Bruxvoort Colligan's intergenerational camp song album, "Branching Out: Neo Camp Songs." Resilience, not happiness. Nothing wrong with being happy, but if that's the only goal for our kiddos, we will be forming grown-ups who understand seasons of unhappiness as failure and be unprepared for inevitable losses in a mature life of faith. Many outdoor ministry settings happen around woods, so this uses a tree's growth rings in the forest as a metaphor for how each person's stories is embedded in our daily life. Learn More