Gospel Proclamation & Worship

This captures at least two sentiments of the past year—God’s sovereignty and our response. Where are you in your preaching? In your worship leading? I pray that out of his glorious riches he may strengthen you with power through his Spirit in your inner being, so that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith. (Ephesians 3:16,17a)

Curated by John Zuidhof

Facilitator on 1Life Team; Refugee sponsorship and Olive Branch dinners with Agassiz Group of Churches, including Riverside CRC


But oh! God is in his holy Temple! Quiet everyone—a holy silence. Listen!

Habakkuk 2:20, MSG
A River Runs through Him, Jan Richardson A River Runs through HimJan Richardson

Gospel Proclamation & Worship Collections

Certificate in Worship Leadership

This one-year (four quarters) online course through Samford University is available to any CRC worship leader, pastor, planner, or team

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The Work of the People: What We Do in Worship and Why

Title: The Work of the People: What We Do in Worship and Why Authors: Christopher Grundy, Eric T. Myers, and Marlea Gilbert Worship is

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Reformed Worship

Reformed Worship is a collection of resources available through social media, monthly e-newsletters, a website, and a growing digital

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The Center for Excellence in Preaching, Calvin Seminary

The Center for Excellence in Preaching at Calvin Theological Seminary provides busy preachers with the resources they need to preach

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The Worship Sourcebook By Emily Brink & John D. Witvliet

The Worship Sourcebook is a collection of more than 2,500 prayers, litanies, and spoken texts for every element of traditional worship

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Gospel Proclamation & Worship Calendar

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We need a theology which teaches us that even though we cannot unscramble an egg, God’s grace lets us live happily and with renewed innocence far beyond any egg we may have scrambled. We need a theology that teaches us that God does not just give us one chance, but that every time we close a door he opens another one for us.

Ronald Rolheiser