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Ron Man on Biblical Foundations of Worship
For more than 25 years, Ron Man has been teaching on the biblical foundations of worship. He gathers up that learning in his book “Let Us Draw Near”, a testimony to the power of scripture to guide pastors and worshipers in our calling to be worshipers of God.
Audio | Podcast | December 18, 2023
Luke A. Powery on Living the Questions of the Bible
Luke Powery encourages preachers and worshipers to embrace the space and place the church provides to ask questions as a faithful way of Christian discipleship and engaging with God.
Audio | Podcast | December 18, 2023
The Influence of the “Big Four” Megachurches on Worship Music
Reflecting on an ongoing research project related to worship music, this panel will discuss the globalized homogenization of popular worship songs due to the influence of Bethel Music, Hillsong, Passion, and Elevation Worship. Panelists will discuss ways to charitably and discerningly understand and engage these musical influences in local congregations.
Session | October 17, 2023
Preaching and Peacemaking
What is the role of preaching in situations of deep conflict and division? How can preaching participate in the Christian call to peacemaking? This panel will explore the connections between gospel preaching and peacemaking efforts.
Session | October 11, 2023
What’s Missing from Models of Christian Formation?
This panel discussion will explore misunderstood or neglected scriptural and theological themes related to Christian formation.
Video | July 19, 2023
Worshiping with the Reformers
In this conversation, social historian Karin Maag and pastor Noel Snyder talk about Karin's new book, Worshiping with the Reformers, which invites readers to understand worship practices during the sixteenth-century Reformation, including going to church, praying, preaching, baptism, Lord's Supper, worship around the death bed, and more. It narrates the heart-centered reality of how people worshiped in and among confessional groups, untangles some persistent misperceptions, and invites all of us to be more patient with each other in our communal worship practices today.
Video | December 02, 2021
Modern Day Prophets: How Artists and Activists Expand Public Worship
A conversation with Nikki Toyama-Szeto and Noel Snyder
Conversation | November 18, 2021
Baptism as a Way of Life
How does the one-time act of receiving baptism connect to the everyday life of Christians? In this panel discussion, a group of pastor-theologians will reflect on the relationship of baptism as a worship practice and sacrament to baptism as a lived identity. This is a YouTube Video Premiere panel discussion.
Video | November 16, 2021
Virtual Book Event: Sermons that Sing
How can the art of music inform the practice of preaching? In what ways might preachers profitably draw upon musical instincts as they seek to spiritually form worshipers through the ministry of preaching? Join us as we reflect on these questions in celebration of Noel Snyder’s new book, "Sermons that Sing."
Book Excerpt | October 25, 2021
Everyday Faith: Possibilities, Limits, and Callings, with special guest Tish Harrison Warren
How do worship and prayer practices form and sustain us during times of great suffering and grief? Watch this online conversation with Tish Harrison Warren, an Anglican priest and author of the new book Prayer in the Night: For Those Who Work or Watch or Weep [IVP 2021]. In this video, Warren reflects on themes of suffering and lament, vulnerability and joy, and how the Compline prayer service in the Anglican tradition provides a spiritual anchor in dark times. Warren is interviewed by Noel Snyder, program manager at CICW.
Video | July 26, 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
Emerging research on worship practices affecting human flourishing
A panel of teacher-scholars with research projects focused on worship practices that affect human flourishing share the fruits of their research, with a special focus on the implications of their research for worshiping communities.
Video | July 20, 2021
Everyday Faith: Possibilities, Limits, and Callings, with special guest Christina Edmondson
How does Christian faith relate to anti-racism efforts? What does faithful anti-racism work look like in today’s world? Watch as Dr. Christina Edmondson shares insights from her work with the online “Faithful Anti-Racism” courses and cohorts she teaches and leads in collaboration with CICW. Hear some of the core principles she teaches and some of the lessons participants have learned. Dr. Edmondson is interviewed by Noel Snyder, program manager at CICW.
Video | July 09, 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
Cornelius Plantinga on Developing Habits of Prayer
How does prayer form us? How do we go deeper in prayer? What is the value of using another person’s written prayers in our own prayer lives? Watch as Cornelius Plantinga and Noel Snyder discuss these topics and many more, celebrating the release of Plantinga’s book, "Morning and Evening Prayers."
Book Excerpt | May 28, 2021
Vince Bantu on Celebrating Christianity's Global Identity
In this episode, Fuller Theological Seminary professor Vince Bantu talks around his passion of bringing together cultural identity and faith and the timely reminder that Christianity has always been a global religion.
Audio | Podcast | November 03, 2020
Brian K. Blount on Preaching Resurrection from an Apocalyptic Perspective
In this episode, President of Union Presbyterian Seminary and New Testament scholar Brian K. Blount talks about cultivating an apocalyptic perspective and what it means to preach the resurrection all year long.
Audio | Podcast | November 02, 2020
Justo González on the Mestizo Character of the Christian Life
In this episode, Justo Gonzáles takes us into his book "The Mestizo Augustine," which offers a fresh look at the life of Augustine of Hippo, son of an African mother and a Roman father. How does Augustine deal with this mestizo identity in his life and his theology, and what insights does that provide for us today?
Audio | Podcast | November 02, 2020
Preaching and Singing the Resurrection
2021 Online Calvin Symposium on Worship | On-Demand Panel Discussion Video
Video | October 29, 2020