An opinion piece by Paul Raabe on what happened to traditional hymns in American Christianity
Kent Burreson and Rhoda Schuler explore their research project involving worship, formation, and the catechumanate
“Lord, we lift up Sally…” The final post in David Peter’s series on prayer
“God, be with the youth mission team…” The second in David Peter’s three-part series on prayer
The first in a three-part series on prayer
A summer in the lives of Elowsky, Seifrid, Biermann, and Voelz
In some ways, it can be easy enough to be faithful. Some people find it easy to be creative. To bring the two together in worship, however, requires insight and skill that is hard to come by. In daily chapel toward the end of Winter Term, I was edified by the worship service faithfully created by ..
Rev. William Rowe, a Roman Catholic priest, had already been removed from his parish when Bishop Edward Braxton of the Belleville, IL, diocese, took the extra step of forbidding him to exercise any public ministry. Rowe announced the move on Monday, July 9, and observed that he had been scheduled to preside at five weddings ..
Last February I changed the confession of sins that was to be used in the worship services. I regularly assist at Grace Lutheran Chapel in Bellefontaine Neighbors (a north suburb of St. Louis), and that weekend the three services were to use Creative Worship from the Synod. Since the congregation is vacant, I was the ..
Timothy Maschke reviews WORSHIP, GOTTESDIENST, CULTUS DEI: What the Lutheran Confessions Say About Worship. By James L. Brauer, editor. St. Louis: Concordia, 2005. 304 pages. Hardback. $29.99