Updates from IWS alumni around the world.
Photos from the January 2016 Session in our new home–HABC.
Remembering our founder, Bob Webber.
IWS has had a profound effect on the faith, life, and ministry of staff member and D.W.S. alumnus Sam Horowitz.
Why did the West, which was once so thoroughly influenced by the Christian faith, fall prey to secularization and privatism?
D.W.S. alum and Canby Bible College Instructor Jim Dodge was transformed here—and now others are being transformed.
Making this world the theater of God’s glory.
There is more to Christianity than the personal side of the faith.
D.W.S. student Cheryl Lindsay preaches on the results of being exposed to Jesus Christ at the DWS 704 class’s service of Healing and Communion in January 2016.
“The rhythm of the IWS program is both ancient and transformative: we gather together as a semi-monastic community to learn together, we go forth to contemplate and practice what we learn, and we return to reflect upon how our studies have been transformative not only to us, but to our […]
We are called to live in our baptismal identity in Christ’s resurrection.
“And being in an agony he prayed more earnestly; and his sweat became like great drops of blood falling down upon the ground.” Luke 22:44, RSV Over the years, as I have read or listened to this passage in the account of Jesus praying in the Garden of Gethsemane, the […]
I sensed this was the week that above all weeks was to be set aside for the journey into death.
The Institute for Worship Studies recognizes the importance of assessing how well students are doing in their degree programs, and how effective the Institute for Worship Studies is in the pursuit of its institutional goals. Here is the latest summary of our findings.