John the Baptist began his work of announcing the Savior while being formed in the womb of his mother, Elizabeth. John’s first act was a jump of joy.
The Father is the lover, the Son is the beloved, and the Holy Spirit is love shared between the Father and the Son.
“The entire time was blessing on top of blessing.”
Anamnesis is the newsletter of the Robert Webber Institute for Worship Studies. Read the Spring 2015 Edition.
Seminar attendees took a journey through lament in the Psalms of the Sons of Korah and emerged encouraged and renewed by hope from Carla Waterman’s two-day seminar.
Rebecca Abbott, D.W.S., Pi 2010, reports, “I’m taking some of what I learned from IWS on the road in May and June. Joining the Party: Celebrating Two Thousand Years of Congregational Song will be a walk through church history with a representative song from each era, a dynamic lecture-concert with […]
IWS Accreditation Reaffirmation The Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE) recently reaffirmed our accredited status. The accreditation evaluation team commended IWS for its “in-depth and thorough approach to the entire self-study process and its commitment to improve the Institution.” The team also commended IWS for its commitment to the mission, […]
We will never hear about much of the worship renewal taking place through the members of the IWS community around the world. But it is always encouraging and motivating when we do.
If you want the key to reading the entire biblical narrative, this is it—God calling his creation to right worship.
Jesus not only died for us but also freely gives us his own, resurrected life with all of its goodness and power. How, then, can we keep from singing?
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.