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Yvette Lau on Worship Identity and Calling in Hong Kong During a Time of Pandemic
In this episode, Yvette Lau, worship leader and chief executive of Anabas Ministry for worship renewal based in Hong Kong, shares with Maria Cornou about leading worship and the wisdom and discerning spirit that is needed to shape worship and pastor God's people during these urgent times.
Podcast | Audio | March 29, 2021
Psalm 57: Awake Up, My Glory
“Awake up, my glory” is a setting of Psalm 57 [KJV]. Sungji Hong wrote the music and submitted the setting. This text is a call for all of creation to joyfully praise the Lord our God. I tried to capture this idea of joy at God’s unmerited goodness and grace.
Musical Composition | Video | December 22, 2020
Worship with Anabas Ministry in Hong Kong
This service is led by Anabas Ministry in Hong Kong. It is a service of the word based on Romans 8.
Worship Service | Video | October 29, 2020
Preparing to Reopen Churches for Worship during COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic means churches planning to reopen will have to consider not just how to keep congregants safe, but also how to make them feel welcome. Consider these thoughtful recommendations from Yvette Lau, a pastoral musician, scholar, and teacher serving in Hong Kong.
Article | June 15, 2020
Shaping Worship During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Livestream at Christian & Missionary Alliance Churches in Hong Kong
Yvette Lau explains how Christian & Missionary Alliance churches in Hong Kong are deciding whether or how to do virtual worship or even virtual communion. In this edited conversation, she suggests that worship planners consider what will be communal, hospitable, and beneficial to the whole community—during and after COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.
Conversation | April 01, 2020
Angie Hong on Biblical Reconciliation through the Worship Arts
God calls all Christians and congregations to the ministry of reconciliation. Sometimes this happens best through the worship arts.
Conversation | May 24, 2019
Angie Hong on Imagining Worship as an Egalitarian Zone
Christian worship services can support or contradict the biblical vision of the church as one body with many parts. Here’s how corporate worship can help worshipers practice equity across lines of gender, race, ability, socioeconomics, and sexuality.
Conversation | May 24, 2019
Beyond the Bamboo Curtain: New Asian Songs for Worship
This singing and conversational session introduced new Asian songs collected in recent years along with their background stories and how these might be used in the context of worship. Presented by Swee Hong Lim, I-to Loh, Joel Navarro and others at the 2013 Calvin Symposium on Worship.
Video | February 19, 2013
Anne Zaki on the worship symposium in Hong Kong
Conversation with Anne Zaki on the worship symposium in Hong Kong
Conversation | June 27, 2011
Yvette Lau on worship in Hong Kong
Conversation with Yvette Lau about a worship symposium in Hong Kong.
Conversation | May 12, 2011