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Introduction to the Ten Core Convictions
A reflection on a selection of CICW’s Ten Core Convictions from the introductory session of the 2021 Virtual Vital Worship Grants Event, led by John D. Witvliet, Director of the Calvin Institute of the Christian Worship, and featuring Vital Worship Grants Advisory Board Members James Abbington, Kimberly Belcher, C. Michael Hawn, William H. Johnston, and Leopoldo A. Sánchez M.
Video | July 20, 2021
Cultivating an Ecclesiological Understanding: An Interview with C. Michael Hawn led by John Witvliet
An interview on the occasion of Michael Hawn's retirement from the Vital Worship Grants Board in May 2021.
Video | June 16, 2021
Hymns for a Pandemic: A Brief Historical Introduction
Centuries before 2020’s novel coronavirus, COVID-19, Christians around the world responded to plagues, pandemics, uncertainty, and sin with faith in God’s presence and care—a faith expressed in many theologically rich hymns that can remind modern believers of God’s faithfulness.
Resource Guide | May 05, 2020
Michael Hawn: Ten Favorite Hymns on Psalm 23
In observance of the Good Shepherd Sunday, the fourth Sunday of the Easter season, Michael Hawn, professor emeritus of church music at Southern Methodist University, shares his ten favorite hymns on Psalm 23.
Audio | Reflection | April 13, 2020
For the Fruit of All Creation
2019 Vital Worship Grants Colloquium | Evening Worship
Video | August 14, 2019
African American Worship Treasures
Six church musicians and scholars explain why treasures and challenges in African American worship traditions apply to churches in any cultural context.
Feature Story | April 21, 2015
The Comfort of God
A worship service from Symposium 2015 based on 2 Corinthians 1:1-11 with Timothy Blackmon preaching.
Video | Worship Service | March 19, 2015
Seven Streams of 21st Century Congregational Song
Skills for leading people in song in a musically multilingual world
Audio | March 12, 2015
An evening worship service from the 2015 Calvin Symposium on Worship led by Denise Kingdom Grier, preaching, 2 Corinthians 9:6-15
Video | Worship Service | March 12, 2015
The Treasure of African American Worship Traditions
Insights and Wisdom for Churches in Every Cultural Context.
Video | February 20, 2015
Gather Into One (Book Excerpt)
This volume explores the work of five of the most influential global church musicians found in North American hymnals: Pablo Sosa, Argentina; I-to Loh, Taiwan; David Dargie, South Africa; Patrick Matsikenyiri, Zimbabwe; and John Bell, Scotland.
Book Excerpt | October 19, 2010