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Glenn Packiam on Songs that Bring Hope in Worship
What do contemporary Christians sing about when they sing about hope? Do they experience hope when they gather to sing in worship? If so, what sort of hope is it?
Conversation | July 01, 2019
Young R. Kim on Learning from a Fourth-Century Saint
Catholic and Orthodox Christians consider Epiphanius of Cyprus a saint because he was pious and opposed heresy. Protestants can learn from him as well.
Conversation | April 07, 2015
Singing The Creeds
Together we will discuss the Apostles’ Creed and the Nicene Creed and examine a few musical versions of each.
Video | March 05, 2015
Coop's Column - He Ascended to Heaven
God’s Word declares that Jesus, his appointed task on earth having been finished, returned to his Father in heaven. Trusting that Word, Christians triumphantly confess the words in the Apostle’s Creed: “He ascended into heaven.”
Reflection | March 11, 2011
The Case for Reciting Creeds in Worship
Albert Aymer believes more churches should use creeds in worship. A feature story exploring the case for reciting creeds in worship to connect with our past and enrich our worship.
Feature Story | March 31, 2006
Ideas for Using Creeds in Worship
Here are ideas for how to incorporate the creeds into a series of services, music, art, and specific places within the order of worship.
Article | March 31, 2006