Recently Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary had a friend encourage students via a contest to make short videos based on a Psalm that tell a story. Some of the criteria given to the students were: the video had to be between 3-5 minutes long; the message had to be clearly based on a text from the Psalms; the meaning of the Psalm was to be opened up to the viewers; a story should be told that relates the Psalm to life; and attention should be given to quality and creativity.
We were pleased by the number and quality of the submissions. The winners of the contest and two others are found below. Watch and enjoy them, but then also consider sharing one with a friend in an email or through social media who might could use the encouragement the video offers.
Zachary Smith on Psalm 4
Johnathan Kruis on Psalm 51
Gary McNamee on Psalm 7
Andrew Battiato on Psalm 56
Stephen Mulder on Psalm 30
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