The IWS Community Newsletter: Summer 2014 Edition
Beyond the warmth of community, being back on campus is an experience of “anamnesis.”
Three words to help us increase our participation in Christ-centered worship.
It is impossible to overstate the importance of embracing the authority of scripture as it is interpreted through the historic and living authority of the historic and living Church of Jesus Christ.
Wearing the name of one’s shame and redemption is a powerful primer for prayer.
Course readings change over time, and IWS alumni are always eager to get updates on the teaching resources currently being used and recommended by IWS faculty.
Updates from Anamnesis: The IWS Newsletter, August 2014.
How Eastern Orthodox writers can help us write ancient new songs
Michael Hawn and seminar attendees reflect on the June 2014 worship event at IWS.
March 2014 Edition of the IWS Newsletter
In Lent we practice disciplines that help us to “improve” our Christian lives, becoming, hopefully, better than before.
Read updates from IWS faculty members.
God works in his time and in his way. What started out as a very ordinary conversation with a friend turned out to be a catalyst to introduce our family to a new chapter in life.
Our job as dust is to make sure that we are anchored loosely enough that God can blow us where he will, and we will not resist.
Read updates from IWS alumni and students.