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Demythologizing Freedom and the Beloved Community: A Practical Theology
This Recording from the African American Religious Autobiographies Seminar, held in July 2022, highlights the psychological and spiritual profiles of key religious anti-racist figures from the 19th and 20th Century, using practical theology and psychohistory.
Video | November 09, 2022
The Practice of Lament
A panel of Calvin Seminary faculty with a variety of research and ministry experiences will reflect on the practice of lament. What are the different faces of lament? What is the goal of lament? How can pastoral leaders facilitate lament? What does lament reveal about the nature of God and what it means to be human? Those attending the panel will also be able to raise questions and join the discussion.
Article | November 02, 2022
Lamentation as Pedagogy
This panel will discuss ongoing research on the practice of lamentation in the Black church tradition as a formative pedagogical tool for both theological education and the broader community. Special attention will be given to the value of embodied learning with a cohort of seminarians, religious practitioners, scholars, and faith leaders who have visited sites where massacres and atrocities against Black life have occurred.
Article | November 02, 2022
The Christian Year and Spiritual Wholeness
Approaching the Christian Year through the Lenses of Emotional Intelligence, Cultural Intelligence, and Spiritual Formation. In this discussion, we will explore how ordering our worship and devotion around the life of Jesus has the potential to shape our whole selves, both individually and communally. This is a YouTube Video Premiere panel discussion.
Video | November 16, 2021
Everyday Faith: Possibilities, Limits, and Callings, with special guest Danjuma Gibson (Part 2)
What does life look like through the eyes of some of the “Titans” of African American history? Watch this second part of our online conversation with Professor Danjuma Gibson of Calvin Theological Seminary. Dr. Gibson shares additional insights into his approach to learning from the lives of historical figures, identifying key insights from his research that we might apply in our own lives. Professor Gibson is interviewed by Noel Snyder, program manager at CICW.
Video | July 21, 2021
Everyday Faith: Possibilities, Limits, and Callings, with special guest Danjuma Gibson (Part 1)
What does life look like through the eyes of some of the “Titans” of African American history, such as Frederick Douglass, Fanny Lou Hamer, and Martin Luther King, Jr? Watch as Danjuma Gibson of Calvin Theological Seminary shares insights from his research into the qualities, dispositions, and decisions that led these ordinary people to live such extraordinary lives. Professor Gibson is interviewed by Noel Snyder, program manager at CICW.
Video | June 18, 2021
Deeply Formed Ministry
2021 Online Calvin Symposium on Worship | On-Demand Panel Discussion Video
Video | October 29, 2020
Music at Morehouse: Cultural Healing and Prophetic Witness
A conversation on formation, music, witness, and healing
Video | June 15, 2020
Racial Injury and Trauma: Redeeming the Christian Story and the Democratic Experiment
A conversation between Danjuma Gibson, associate professor of pastoral care at Calvin Theological Seminary, and Christina Edmondson, dean of intercultural student development at Calvin College.
Video | July 16, 2018
The Economies of Pentecost: Postcolonial Reflections on Pastoral Care, Healing, and Christian Worship
An annotated research guide from the field of practical theology, focusing on pastoral care and the African American experience
Resource Guide | February 24, 2017
Trauma, Culture Care, and Public Worship
What does faithful ministry look like after trauma? What if that trauma is public trauma, like ministry after 9-11 in New York or after recent trauma in Ferguson or Orlando?
Video | February 24, 2017