Last night was the May Fellowship Outreach Dinner at the NCO Centre. Rev Scott Cameron, pastor of the High Kirk in Stevenson was the guest speaker. Originally brought up on the Isle of Skye, Scott was an accomplished accordion player. At 16 he was a professional, and made many TV and radio appearances in Aberdeen with his Scottish Country Dance Band “Gael Warning”.
For the outreach dinner Scott brought along his accordion, opening with “Amazing Grace”, and closing with “Down at the Cross” and “I’ll Fly Away”. He shared how grew up on the Isle of Skye, loving Scottish Country Dance music. He dreamed of becoming like his heroes and forming his own band. His dream eventually came true in his late teens, and soon he was touring up and down the country.
One evening while he was home he felt the weight of the conviction of sin in his life, which caused him to cry out to God to save him. That night he experienced the love and joy of God in such a real way that he was afraid to go to sleep. He now has a deep desire to be a true shepherd of God’s people.