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Consider Those "In Between" Words - From Reformed Worship
Spoken transitions in a worship service
Article | July 16, 2014
Reformed Worship is a quarterly magazine that provides practical help and support to worship planners, with ideas, tips, and nuts-and-bolts advice for planning, structuring, and leading your church in worship.
Website | October 26, 2011
Background of the Worshiping The Triune God statement
An overview and introduction of 'Worshiping the Triune God,' a statement of faith and wisdom on worship and spirituality produced by the World Alliance of Reformed Churches.
Article | January 07, 2011
Lord's Supper Practice in the Reformed and Presbyterian Tradition
Though John Calvin favored weekly communion, many churches in the Reformed and Presbyterian tradition are just starting to renew Lord's Supper practices. A feature story exploring Lord's Supper practices in the Reformed and Presbyterian Traditions.
Feature Story | July 24, 2007
Worship - taking a closer look
To preach about worship, what text would you preach? Where in Scripture would you look?
Article | March 06, 2006
Worship Planning: From Concept to Service
A look at worship planning and some tips that make it easier.
Article | March 01, 2006
The Belgic Confession in Q&A Format page 1 of 3 - from Reformed Worship
The Only God What do you believe about God? We all believe in our hearts and confess with our mouths that there is a single and simple spiritual being, whom we call God.
Article | March 01, 2006
One Day of Hope: Resistance, Spirituality, and Sabbath-keeping - Bethany Keeley
Part of being a Christian in the Reformed tradition is a belief that religion applies to all parts of life; it is with this background that I approach questions of mass culture and cultural resistance.
Article | August 23, 2005
Choir and Organ: Their Place in Reformed Liturgy
An article evaluating the place of both choir and organ within the "sequence of actions" in Reformed worship.
Article | June 14, 2005
A Reformed Approach to Psalmody: The Legacy of the Genevan Psalter
The Genevan Psalter is the most important source of metrical psalmody in the continental Reformed tradition.
Article | June 10, 2005
Getting to Know Each Other: Pastors from two denominations share stories
Christians sometimes think they must water down their identities to find common ground with people from different Christian traditions. Eleazar Merriweather and John Witvliet offer a refreshing alternative. A feature story exploring relationships between denominations.
Feature Story | April 15, 2005
Japanese Church Music: Reaching back and reaching forward
After the first Catholic missionaries visited Japan in 1549, many people became Christians. But less than a century later, Japan expelled all missionaries and priests, banned Christianity, and cut off cultural contact with former trading partners.
Feature Story | January 07, 2005