Chaplain Darrell Harris, working with Associate Chaplain Nancy Nethercott (D.W.S., ’06) and Guest Chaplain Dan Wilt, presented “Living the Language of Worship” in the January 2017 morning chapels. The series examined the six “untranslated” words of biblical worship: Hallelujah, Abba, Hosanna, Selah, Maranatha, and Amen. Each day’s talk (and scripture […]
Can’t find what you’re looking for here on the new site? While we continue the process of moving resources over to the new version of iws.edu, you can access the old Audio Archive for media prior to January 2011.
Stephen Hasper preached about the identity and work of Jesus at June’s closing Healing Eucharist service (offered by the DWS 704P Practicum class).
Audio and video resources from the seminar “Cultivating Community and Worship” by Dr. Christine Pohl.
How is hospitality different than social ministry?
The importance of inviting people into our lives as we live them.
Strengthening the practice of hospitality.
The Rev. Dr. Dennis Andrews, CDR, USN, returned to the IWS pulpit to deliver the homily at the fifteenth annual Commencement Service.
Strangers are those who are without a place or away from their place.
Congregations that practice hospitality are powerfully countercultural.
Living truthfully and speaking the truth in love require wisdom and discernment.
People who want to be good are most vulnerable to self-deception.
Choosing truthfulness in a culture of spin and exaggeration is difficult.
The power of the Holy Spirit and the grace of God enable us to keep the promises we make.
We are never released from the call to love.
In the cross we see the bearing of deep betrayals and failures.