“Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.” 1 Thessalonians 5:18 (ESV) “In all created things discern the providence and wisdom of God, and in all things give Him thanks.” St. Teresa of Avila “Though the fig tree should not blossom, […]
One of the ways we observe the holy season of Advent, preparing for the birth of Jesus, is by taking time each day to be with God. I have written an Advent devotional guide to use daily during the season to remind you that Emmanuel means “God with us.” You […]
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ORANGE PARK, Fla- Worship Leader Magazine recently honored the Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies as one of the top educational programs currently influencing Christian Worship by awarding it the “Best of the Best” distinction for the fourth consecutive year. The prestigious list of contributors in the field of […]
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Dr. Wilde has taught MWS 502, “History of Christian Worship” since the M.W.S. program began in 2002. He is an alumnus of the Epsilon Class. “It is truly a delight to be part of a work of the Holy Spirit that is transforming not only the lives of a few […]
The oft-requested Google Hangouts feature is now available to all @iws.edu accounts. You can get started using this video conferencing feature today!
Trustee David Witt has died following years of service to IWS.
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.