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Worship, Cultural Difference, and a Kingdom Vision for Life Together
2020 Calvin Symposium on Worship | Seminar
Video | June 02, 2020
Psalm Singing and Bringing our Whole Emotional Lives into Worship
2020 Calvin Symposium on Worship | Workshop
Audio | February 28, 2020
Songs That Welcome and Songs That Send
Calvin Symposium of Worship 2020 | Vesper
Worship Service | February 10, 2020
Evening Prayer: My Soul Finds Rest
Join with Latifah Alattas, singers from Urban Doxology, and Isaac Wardell as they respond to their Christian callings through scripture and song in this evening service.
Video | May 02, 2018
Isaac Wardell on Bringing Work into Worship
Daily work, paid and unpaid, consumes our lives, energy, and minds—even when we are in church. Here are ways to plan worship so people see themselves and their work as instruments of God.
Conversation | April 18, 2018
Isaac Wardell on Rethinking Calling and Vocation
Not everyone feels called to their job or experiences it as way to use their gifts to accomplish great things for God. There is a more satisfying way to think about how God calls each of us.
Conversation | April 18, 2018
Songs of Christian Calling: My Soul Finds Rest
Join with Sandra McCracken and Isaac Wardell in songs and prayers of Christian calling.
Video | March 21, 2018
Reflections from a Charlottesville Church . . .
Isaac Wardell, Director of Worship Arts at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Charlottesville, Virginia, shares reflections from his experience shepherding their Charlottesville congregation in Sunday worship through the trauma of hatred, bigotry, and violence that took place in their small town less than one day before they gathered for worship.
Reflection | August 28, 2017
Singing Psalms: An Outpouring of Contemporary Song for Congregational Use
Remarkably, even since the publication of Psalms for All Seasons just a few years ago, over 30 new Psalm-based songwriting and recording projects have emerged from a variety of contemporary worship leaders across North America and beyond. While some of these settings are designed for solo voices, many are well-suited to congregational use, and are worthy heirs to the legacy of congregation-based Psalms re-established by Luther and Calvin.
Video | March 10, 2017
Here Are My Hands: A Practical Workshop on Affirming Vocation in Weekly Worship Practices
Isaac Wardell, Bruce Benedict, and Laura Fanucci provide some very practical first steps for congregations with a desire to address vocation in worship.
Audio | February 23, 2017
Trumpets, Ashes, and Tears: New Psalmody for the Journey of Faith
In this vesper service, songwriters with ministries of writing congregation-friendly settings of the biblical Psalms lead the congregation in sung prayer, along with scripture readings and intercessions focused on ministering to the needs, challenges, and vocation of worship leaders, artists of all kinds, and pastors.
Video | February 20, 2017
Tune My Heart to Sing Your Praise: The Re-tuned hymn (and psalm!) movement in the context of the broader culture
When Kevin Twit and Reformed University Fellowship began setting historic hymn texts to new tunes, who knew it would grow into a movement with contributions from Indelible Grace, Sojourn Music, BiFrost and others?
Audio | January 26, 2012