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11am: Hope for America’s Most Segregated Hour
A 60-minute documentary film followed by a 60-minute Q&A time, hosted by David M. Bailey, executive director of Arrabon
Video | October 28, 2020
David M. Bailey on Righteous Anger in the Psalms
In this episode, David M. Bailey, executive director of Arrabon, an organization dedicated to equipping and empowering organizations for reconciliation, talks with John Witvliet about righteous anger that directs people on a path of formation and Christian discipleship.
Audio | Podcast | October 26, 2020
Worship, Cultural Difference, and a Kingdom Vision for Life Together
2020 Calvin Symposium on Worship | Seminar
Video | June 02, 2020
Hope for America's Most Segregated Hour
2019 Cultivating Vital Worship | Session
Audio | July 22, 2019
Worship and Christian Community Development
2019 Calvin Symposium on Worship | Seminar
Audio | April 12, 2019
Reflections on Racial Conciliation and Ethnic Diversity in Christian Worship
A presentation on racial conciliation and ethnic diversity during the 2018 Vital Worship Grants Colloquium.
Audio | August 03, 2018
Becoming a Reconciling Community
In this workshop, we focused on what it looks like for a church to be committed to racial reconciliation for the long haul and offered five foundational practices for becoming a reconciling community.
Audio | May 15, 2018
David Bailey and Erin Rose on Charlottesville, Violence, and Preaching
Seeing violence and racism up close is ugly. Two Presbyterians discuss how to help congregations prepare for and respond to divisive events.
Conversation | February 26, 2018
David Bailey and Erin Rose on White Supremacy
Churches often shy away from conversations about white supremacy or which lives matter. A Presbyterian elder and a worship leader explain how to pastorally move toward effective reconciliation ministry.
Conversation | February 26, 2018
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
When Soong-Chan Rah planted an urban church near Boston, he began with a series of sermons on the Book of Lamentations, a radical counter-cultural approach to ministry that later became the basis for his book Prophetic Lament.
Video | February 22, 2017
A Light to the Nations
A worship service from Isaiah 60. The scripture readings are led by students from Northwestern College and Richard J. Mouw is preaching.
Video | Worship Service | April 29, 2016
Worship Leader as Pastoral Musician
Musicians who lead worship are not merely performers, directors, coordinators, or music industry peddlers. We are primarily pastoral people—priestly leaders who shape the prayers and acclamations of God’s people.
Video | April 13, 2016
Best Contemporary Worship Music You May Not Know
In the age of the internet, we all have access to hundreds of thousands of songs. Hundreds more are written each week. There are dozens of remarkable songs written that are biblically faithful, musically excellent, theologically robust, liturgically fitting, and singable by ordinary people—but they can be hard to find!
Video | March 31, 2016
Principles of an Urban Doxology
What does worship look like for a church that is economically, educationally, and culturally diverse?
Audio | March 04, 2016
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
Journeying to the Light: A Pilgrimage of Prayer and Praise
An evening worship service from the 2015 Calvin Symposium on Worship focusing on Psalms 15-24.
Video | Worship Service | March 12, 2015
Worship & Reconciliation across Racial, Ethnic, and Socioeconomic Cultural Lines
A vesper service led by David Bailey and the Urban Doxology Band.
Audio | March 12, 2015
Songwriting from the Inside - Saturday
Every week congregations sing songs old and new, but rarely think about where they come from.
Video | February 26, 2015