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
Worship is not that which I do, but that which is done in me.
Michael Hawn and seminar attendees reflect on the June 2014 worship event at IWS.
Photos from the June 2014 session
On-Campus Changes We implemented a massive reorganization of our on-campus TCP/IP network. We’ve offloaded some network services onto several different servers/computers and segmented the network to provide stability to the different regions we cover. The changes worked, as we had the highest reported stability of in-classroom Internet access in years! […]
Dr. Tamara Makdad Albrecht, D.W.S. alumna, died unexpectedly last week. She was a member of the Upsilon class.
Listen to individual sessions of the seminar, “You Are What You Sing: Faith Formation Through Congregational Song” by C. Michael Hawn, held June 16-17, 2014 at IWS.
Sermon audio files from the June 2014 session at IWS