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A Light to the Nations
A worship service from Isaiah 60. The scripture readings are led by students from Northwestern College and Richard J. Mouw is preaching.
Worship Service | Video | April 29, 2016
Is Christian worship for the believer or the skeptic? Is its purpose edification or evangelism? Should worship have depth and substance or should it be accessible to those who know little or nothing about the faith?
Audio | February 23, 2015
Tom Jennings on Reaching Out to Professional Musicians
Tom Jennings, music director at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, talks about involving professional musicians in worship as an outreach.
Conversation | December 16, 2013
How Can We Link Worship and Evangelism: Ten Suggestions
How can we link worship with goring up and reaching out? This article offers ten practical suggestions to link worship and evangelism.
Article | November 08, 2010
Postmodernism, Worship, and Evangelism
While we often associate "postmodernism" with the explosion of communications technology or the outlandish claims of "deconstruction," this workshop suggested that postmodernism might also mean a return to symbols, icons, and ritual. With this in mind, this workshop explored the shape of worship as evangelism in postmodernity.
Audio | January 01, 2009
Where Then Shall We Live? Location as Fundamental Choice for Christian Discipleship, Worship, and Evangelism
This session raised the question as to whether some, if not all, of the ministries of the church might be enriched if they could be re-integrated around particular geographic locations. Specifically, this session will suggest the possibility that choosing where to live or what ministries of the church to affiliate with based on where one lives can be a fundamental act of Christian discipleship.
Audio | January 01, 2007
- The Beatitudes: 2022 Calvin Symposium on Worship Preaching Theme
- Prayers for God's Leading
- Praying for God’s Leading: Philippians 1:9-11
- Diversity & Inclusion for All
- Kyle Meyaard-Schaap on Earthkeeping, the Church, and Generational Differences
- Kyle Meyaard-Schaap on the Arts as a Climate Tipping Point