The evidence of faithful worship is measured by how it fosters lives that reflect the God we worship, especially in the stewardship of power.
I have prepared a daily devotional guide for use during the season of Lent. This year’s guide contains all new material, and references John Bunyan’s classic allegory The Pilgrim’s Progress. You can learn more about the book and purchase it at the website of the First Presbyterian Church of Orlando.
When we come to the Table with the eyes of faith, we experience the burning conviction that we live in a supernatural world.
Today is Ash Wednesday, the start of the season of Lent. Lent is forty-seven days set aside for letting God renew us through self-denial and self-examination, casting off those habits and practices which lead to less than favorable results, and taking on those habits and practices that contribute to our spiritual, social and even physical vitality, restoration and renewal.
The ancient fathers taught that symbols participate in the reality they re-present.
The early church fathers did not see bread and wine as a mere human reminder of Jesus.
The mystery of faith embraces the reality of the incarnation and an incarnational presence in the bread and wine.
The Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies is seeking a part-time professor to team-teach a doctoral level course on the Historical Development of Christian Worship twice a year, the first to second Wednesday after January 1 and the second to third Wednesday in June. These are hybrid courses with […]
The Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies announced several changes to its faculty during the biannual “Town and Gown” event during the January 2015 On-Campus Intensive Session. Dr. Dinelle Frankland and Dr. Donna Hawk-Reinhard were approved as permanent faculty members, Ms. Susan Massey was appointed as Library Director (with […]
A study of contemporary worship songs demonstrates that the current view of worship is not situated in God’s supernatural story.
How should we approach the crisis of evangelical doubt, the failure to affirm the communication of Christ at Table worship?
The DWS 704P Practicum class of the January 2015 session led a Eucharistic Healing service of worship on the night of Tuesday, January 13. Printed Order of Worship Sermon: Draw Near to Christ, Our Light [Sam Horowitz] Offertory: The Light of God in Jesus Comes [Words & Music: Michael Francis […]
Chaplain Darrell Harris spoke to us on the message—messages!—of the Epiphany season. The series was titled, “Star Fire: The Deep Dive & Saving the Best for Last.” Thursday – Go Tell It On the Mountain (Gn 22:9-19) [Direct Download]: Friday – See How the Star-wheel Turns (Gn 1:14-18; Job 38:1-7; […]
Spirituality is Christ living his life in us and through us.
Professor Jeff Barker (DWS 702) preaches on the healing of 10 lepers at the January 2015 Opening Convocation. 2 Kings 5 Psalm 146 I Peter 2:1-10a Luke 17:11-19 Embedded Audio-Only Player: (Download link)