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.
On Tuesday, November 12, 2013, Chris Antill died unexpectedly of congestive heart failure. Chris was the Director of Music and Worship at Fort Walton Beach First United Methodist Church in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, and had effectively served in church music and worship ministries for over 20 years. Just three […]
“I find students and seminar participants at IWS to be so willing and eager to learn about every facet of worship ministry—theological, historical, sociological, and psychological—in both theoretical and practical ways.” (John Witvliet, January 2014). The January 2014 event was the second time John Witvliet was the guest lecturer for […]
The IWS Community Newsletter, Summer 2013 Edition
Style may be negotiable, but the relevance of style is non-negotiable as it wraps the content and structure of Christian worship into a cultural call to intense devotional commitment to follow Christ and with him be poured out for the life of the world.
News from IWS faculty and staff.
Updates from IWS alumni and students serving around the world.
Gary Matthews, D.W.S 2002, shares his story of receiving a kidney transplant donated by a member of his choir.
Anamnesis is an extension of and link to the IWS community. It helps us stay connected and hopefully a little inspired while apart. Be sure to follow the links to read all the articles excerpted below.
The ethos of IWS is as strong if not stronger than ever! Thanks be to God.