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Preaching Humility from I Chronicles

On February 1, 2017 Rev. Charles Webb preached to the CTS chapel about humility from 1 Chronicles 7:14, 19-22.  ... read more >

The Art of Worship Leadership Seminar at Calvin Institute of Christian Worship

The Art of Worship Leadership Seminar at Calvin Institute of Christian Worship

Dates & Time: 
Mar 25, 2017
This intensive seminar includes instruction in the role of the worship team, vocals and vocal harmony, guitar, piano, bass, drums, putting all the instruments together, rehearsing effectively, and leading worship. There will also be time devoted to the “other” instruments of the praise team: flute, violin, mandolin, etc. While this workshop is aimed toward team leaders, anyone who is on a worship team or hopes to lead one will benefit.
 
Location: 
2100 Chelsea NE, Grand Rapids, MI

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Study a Bible Passage

The Bible studies included several different bible versions including the American Standard Version and the King James Bible. There are commentaries from John Calvin, Matthew Henry, and  Jamieson, Fausset &... read more >

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Being Still: A Spiritual Gift for Ministry and Mission Effectiveness

Angelique Walker-Smith of the Church Federation of Greater Indianapolis, recounts a sabbatical that underscored the importance of finding approaches that would more carefully define the difference between a focus on “the doing” of ministry tasks versus “the being” in ministry.

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In Search of Sanctuary: A Journey Into Silence Finds God’s Peace

Linda Jo Peters, of the Unity Presbyterian Church in Terre Haute, Indiana, discovers keys to becoming a source of peace in the disciplines of silence found in prayer, Sabbath taking and receiving blessings.

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Sabbatical Offers Pastor Flight from Fear, Pathway to a New Song

Andrea Leininger, of Bethel United Methodist Church in Indianapolis, Indiana, recognized that fear is the great enemy of faith until appreciated as an invitation from God to move beyond the distraction of fearing rejection, failure, change or death.

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“Hozho” - Finding Harmony to Walk in Beauty's Way

Her discovery brought her to understand how the creative arts might be helpful in restoring sanity and soul to the pastor and congregation and be instrumental in connection both to the "Ground of All Being."

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Beyond the Howl of Coyotes: Reflections on a Good Sabbatical

Focusing his Louisville Institute sabbatical project around studying and praying the Psalms, William G. Carter of First Presbyterian Church, Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania, looked to two quite different sites

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