We live in a time of unfamiliarity, anxiety, and loss. Kevin Adams and Martin Tel share their wisdom and pastoral hearts for worshiping with the Psalms in this uncertain time we are living. Listen and be blessed and encouraged.
Resources: There were many resources named and recommended on this webinar. Their titles and links are included below.
- Aaron Antoon: original psalms for worship
- Froelich, Karlfried, “Discerning the Voices” in Calvin Theological Journal 36, (2001), pp. 75-90
- Books: 150: Finding Your Story in the Psalms, The Gospel In A Handshake, by Kevin Adams
- Psalms for All Seasons: A Complete Psalter for Worship (Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, Faith Alive, Baker), 2012.
- Psalm 91 - A Story (see the pdf attached)
- Recording of Val Parker’s Psalm 91: Be With Me Lord, When I Am in Trouble
- Video recording of John Witvliet presenting the Frederick Neumann Memorial Lecture at Princeton Theological Seminary, November 18, 2013, entitled “Non-Identification with the First Person in Christian Liturgical Use of Biblical Psalms: The Pastoral and Theological Art of Framing Liturgical Participation.”
Calvin Seminary Summer Course Offering: PRAYING THE PSALMS IN MINISTRY
The DNA of Christian prayer is beautifully displayed in the 150 Psalms of the Hebrew scriptures. In times of anxiety and disruption, the Psalms are a profound source of strength, insight, and encouragement. When we pray them intentionally, we also nourish our memories, so that the Psalms are a ready-made soundtrack for the living of our lives at work, home, school, and play—as well as at worship. In this course, students will join faculty as apprentices of the Psalms, learning from ancient and modern approaches to praying the Psalms, from musical and artistic settings of the Psalms from all over the world, and from mentors in ministry who model how to put these Psalms in motion even in the most challenging ministry contexts.
Instructed by: John D. Witvliet, Professor of Worship, Dates: Session 3: July 13 to July 31, 2020
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