So, we wait and we pray. God willing, our grandbaby will arrive in a week or two. But our hope and expectation nonetheless is necessarily in God alone. According to St. Augustine, patient, persistent and attentive prayer primarily expands our hearts and “exercises our desires” to receive the ultimate good that God has for us.
According to the Church Fathers, God condescended to us in the incarnation so we could fully participate in the divine nature.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla- Worship Leader Magazine has honored the Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies as one of the top programs in higher education currently influencing Christian Worship by awarding it the “Best of the Best” distinction for the sixth consecutive year. The prestigious list of contributors in the field […]
The preparatory season of Advent helps put the nativity of Jesus into the context of his death, resurrection, and ascension. This devotional guide includes an Old Testament prophecy and a fulfillment of that prophecy, with additional explanation and commentary each day.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to our work of forming servant leaders in Christian worship renewal around the globe! This Annual Report is our recap of the 2015-16 fiscal year.
I strongly urge you to prayerfully and seriously consider IWS as one of your priority charitable interests. Deferred support like estate planning can leave a Kingdom legacy, impacting multiple generations. This kind of gift is often the single most significant act of generosity toward God that most of us will ever perform. Let your hands be your executor instead of the government!
The increase in biblical illiteracy in churches today challenges Christians to rediscover the centrality of Jesus in the biblical narrative.
Receive a good dose of inspiration in the form of articles, stories and news, including a feature on the personal side of Robert Webber.
The personal side of Bob Webber, IWS Founder.
God became human so humans could become God.
New book introduction and overview by G. Borchert.
Imagine hearing Robert Webber address the graduating class! Here you go.
Stephen Hasper preached about the identity and work of Jesus at June’s closing Healing Eucharist service (offered by the DWS 704P Practicum class).
My family and I have seen the hand of God on my life and we have experienced the close bond of the community of God’s people.
“The Worship Seminar with Christine Pohl was fantastic! Each session was rich with content and will be fodder for sermons and staff meetings over the next year” (Seminar 2016 attendee).