I have published a family devotional guide for Advent, the season of anticipation of and preparation for the coming of Jesus Christ. The daily material begins with Sunday, December 1 and actually runs all the way through the Feast of Epiphany (January 6). You can learn more about the book […]
IWS student Marc Brown writes about the dynamics of “Great Commission” worship and “Great Commandment” worship and the interplay between God’s revelation and our response.
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.
I have come to love many features of worship with friends who emulate early Christian worship. No feature more so than the way we bridge from the ministry of the Word to the ministry of the Table.
Christian worship is Christocentric worship.
What are the connotations of “religion” to you? What are the disadvantages and advantages of thinking of the Christian life and faith as a religious life and faith?
A lot of information from our June 2013 Intensive Session have been posted on the website in the last month and we want to make sure nobody missed any of them. Photos Gallery of the June 2013 Intensive Session Photos from Worship in a Karaoke Culture, the June 2013 Worship […]
Audio recordings from the 2013 June Session
Worship bulletins from on-campus services during the June 2013 session.
The IWS Library staff will hold three workshops during the IWS June 2013 Intensive for the benefit of returning students who need an introduction or refresher to The Online Catalog ATLA Journal Index & Full-Text Database The Turabian Style Guide Zotero–Citations made easy! Direct questions or reserve a space by […]
The May 2013 edition of the IWS Bibliography is out now, thanks to the hard work of Bibliographer Dr. Mark Torgerson.
A year ago during Lent, I memorized the “Exsultet” the mid-1st millennium-chant that opens the Saturday night Easter Vigil service. Ever since, I have found myself constantly ruminating over the Exsultet’s profound words of hope.
Darrell Harris is interviewed about the Christian Music Industry’s past (and his involvement in it) as well as its present and future.
There is perhaps no greater time of year to focus on the Great Story of God’s work in history than Holy Week. In honor of this holy season, I thought I’d pull out of our IWS treasury the classic Un-Worship Song “All About Me.”