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Lifting Hearts to the Lord: Worship with John Calvin in Sixteenth-Century Geneva (published 2016)Publisher: Eerdmans
In this volume, author Karin Maag brings together a wealth of primary sources to examine worship as it was taught and practiced in John Calvin's Geneva.
Publication | January 13, 2016
Worship in the Joy of the Lord (published 2016)Publisher: Calvin College Press
Worship in the Joy of the Lord is a curated collection of over 300 quotations on the deep meaning and purpose of Christian public worship.
Publication | December 11, 2015
Seven Models: Collaborative Visual Arts Projects for Worship
Linda Witte Henke describes seven ways for artists and teams to work together in designing visual arts used in worship.
Feature Story | December 08, 2015
Four Essentials for Multicultural Worship
Churches can become more multicultural through traditioned innovation based on prayer, intention, hospitality and discomfort.
Feature Story | October 09, 2015
Nonverbal Worship Practices that Bridge Differences
Rhythm, liturgical movement and visual art draw on gifts already present in how God made us and what the universal church has already created.
Feature Story | October 09, 2015
Worship that Blesses the Whole Community with the Whole Gospel
Most Christians know that Jesus calls us to love God with all we have and to love our neighbors as ourselves. Canaan Community Church changed its worship to truly follow the Great Commandment.
Feature Story | August 06, 2015
Universal Design, Vertical Habits and Inclusive Worship
Universal design and Vertical Habits help create church worship that touches all our senses and is accessible to all worshipers.
Feature Story | July 01, 2015
Reconciliation, Story Telling, and Music
This workshop looks at how the church can lead by example in diversity and reconciliation through storytelling and music.
Audio | July 01, 2015
Christian Weddings Worth Remembering
Making weddings more like worship infuses them with sparkle and meaning that last far beyond memories of who wore what.
Feature Story | June 16, 2015
Duane Kelderman on Weddings and Worship
A Christian wedding is a reflection of the people getting married. But the wedding is not meant to be just about one couple. A Christian wedding at its best is also a form of worship in which God calls and the gathered people respond.
Conversation | June 16, 2015
True Worship is the Act of Expressing Your Knowledge of God
An interview with pastor Netz Gómez
Conversation | June 15, 2015
Praise God in the Heights (published 2015)Publisher: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship
Descants for use with "Lift Up Your Hearts" hymnal
Publication | June 09, 2015
Worship and Discipleship: As It Was…Is…and Shall Be
Nine church leaders and scholars recall and predict hot topics in worship, discipleship and discernment from 1995 to 2025.
Feature Story | May 05, 2015
African American Worship Treasures
Six church musicians and scholars explain why treasures and challenges in African American worship traditions apply to churches in any cultural context.
Feature Story | April 21, 2015
Reconciling with the Church
Pope Francis recently said "Christians are not made in a laboratory, but in a community called the church." But what about those people for whom the church has been a source of pain?
Audio | February 25, 2015
Hip Hop and Worship: Dealing with the Dilemma
Why is the church still wrestling with whether to engage or not engage Hip Hop Culture, particularly Hip Hop created and performed by Christian artists? Is there such a thing as Christian Hip Hop?
Audio | February 23, 2015
If You Want Justice, Work for Beauty
Really? In the face of so much global need, the arts are a necessity?
Feature Story | February 18, 2015
Gospel Vocalises & Warm Ups: Engaging Mind, Body & Spirit (published 2015)Publisher: Calvin College
This book offers all the Gospel musicians tools for engaging body, mind, and spirit.
Publication | February 18, 2015
Can I be Native and Christian?
In November 2014 Calvin College senior Chantelle Yazzie traveled to Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Reservation, Carlton, MN, to participate in the third annual “Would Jesus Eat Frybread?” conference.
Reflection | January 16, 2015