Read about and register for the June 16-17, 2014 Worship Seminar with Dr. C. Michael Hawn.
In the incarnation, God unites with our humanity in Jesus Christ. . . . Reflection on the incarnation and its connection to every aspect of God’s story is the missing link in today’s theological reflection and worship. The link is found in these words: God does for us what we […]
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.
God as the subject of worship acts through the truth of Christ proclaimed and enacted in worship to form me by the Spirit of God.
Dr. Dan Sharp has assembled a guided journey through the 40 days of Lent!
Because God is the subject who acts upon me in worship, my participation is not reduced to verbal response or to singing. Rather, my participation is living in the pattern of the one who is revealed in worship. -Robert E. Webber, The Divine Embrace: Recovering the Passionate Spiritual Life (Grand […]
Bread and wine disclose the union we have with Jesus . . . not a mere standing but a true and real participation that is lived out in this life as we become the story of God in this world. . . . We move from a delightful contemplation of […]
Audio files from the January 2014 chapel series, “Servant Of All”
In order to be nourished by Christ at bread and wine, most Christians I know will have to go through a paradigm shift. . . . Step into the story of God and see Eucharistic bread and wine from within the story. . . . You live in a supernatural […]
Photos of the John Witvliet Worship Seminar and Alumni Dinner Reception, January 2014