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10 Ideas to Continue the Learning from the Calvin Symposium on Worship
Consider one or more of these ideas to extend the learning from the online Symposium on Worship all year long.
News Item | January 26, 2021
Digital Life Together: The Challenge of Technology for Worshiping Communities
We are grateful for a new book by Calvin colleagues titled Digital Life Together: The Challenge of Technology for Christian Schools which provides much wisdom for learning and life together. What technology opportunities and challenges will worshiping communities anticipate in the next few years? What virtues and habits do congregations and communities need to cultivate now to be ready for that time? Add your constructive comments and insights to this page using the Facebook comments. Our moderators will regularly post comments or responses. Thanks for joining us in this new way of engaging and learning together.
Online Discussion | January 06, 2021
How to Learn Well in Online Courses: An Invitation to Conversation
Calvin University and Calvin Theological Seminary offer short-term online courses for lifelong learners. Besides engaging content to address key ministry challenges amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the courses invite students and instructors into a culture of curiosity where they can learn from each other.
Feature Story | November 09, 2020
Online Discipleship and Mindfulness
The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted opportunities to learn together in the same physical space. But Calvin University and Calvin Theological Seminary offer short online courses for lifelong learners to engage topics such as embodied discipleship and mindfulness in a world gone virtual.
Conversation | November 09, 2020
- Prayers for God's Leading
- The Beatitudes: 2022 Calvin Symposium on Worship Preaching Theme
- 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