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Mutuality in Worship: Sharing Our Stories and Gifts
This workshop focused on practical ways to involve people's stories, songs, and gifts in our corporate worship times—all with the goal of unity in diversity.
Audio | April 13, 2018
Beyond “Contemporary” and “Traditional”: Clues to Finding a Third Way
The gulf between “contemporary” and “traditional” worship is sometimes bridged through the pursuit of what some might call the “awkwardly blended” service.
Audio | April 12, 2018
After the Benediction: Putting Faith to Work the Other Six Days
This presentation focused on the multiple avenues through which the supports and relationships available within congregation can meet real needs in the lives of people with disabilities and their families throughout the week.
Audio | April 11, 2018
The Future of Latino Protestants in America
Latino Protestantism is growing in the United States due to a combination of immigration, birth rates, and conversion. This expanding stream of American Christianity will foster shifts in the liturgy and worship of churches in unexpected ways.
Audio | April 10, 2018
Singing Spirituals, Singing Gospel
In this workshop, we sang spirituals, traditional and contemporary songs, praise and worship songs, inspirational songs, and children's music.
Audio | April 06, 2018
Songs of Christian Calling: My Soul Finds Rest
Join with Sandra McCracken and Isaac Wardell in songs and prayers of Christian calling.
Video | March 21, 2018
With Us, In Us, Through Us: Holy Encounters
Through testimonies and singing based on scripture, we re-live the encounters and the gradual and growing realization and celebration that Christ is among us still.
Video | March 20, 2018
A Conversation with David Gungor
View this conversation with David Gungor of the musical group, The Brilliance, and Noel Snyder, program manager at the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship.
Video | March 19, 2018
“We Have Seen the Lord!”: Preaching the Johannine Narratives of Jesus’s Resurrection Appearances
In this workshop we looked at John’s distinctive resurrection narratives, which emphasize both the restoration of Jesus’s relationship with his disciples broken by his death and the continuity of Jesus’s relationship with and care for all his disciples across time and place amidst the obvious differences brought about by his resurrection and return to the Father.
Audio | March 16, 2018