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Speaker

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7460 A Capella Choir A Capella Choir 4/24/1966
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Capella
7461 A Capella Choir A Capella Choir 4/16/1967
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Capella
7459 A Capella Choir A Capella Choir 5/2/1965
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Capella
7458 A Capella Choir A Capella Choir 5/2/1965
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Capella
7457 A Capella Choir A Capella Choir 4/26/1965
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Capella
7456 A Capella Choir, 2 of 2 A Capella Choir 4/25/1965
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Capella
7455 A Capella Choir, 1 of 2 A Capella Choir 4/25/1965
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Capella
7462 A Capella Choir A Capella Choir 4/16/1967
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Capella
7434 A Capella Choir; Radio Choir; Concert Band; The Meistersingers, Concert Orchestra A Capella Choir; Radio Choir; Concert Band; The Meistersingers; Concert Orchestra

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Capella
16998 Songs of Salvation A Cappela Choir 4/29/1962 Nine selections Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7479 A Cappella Disc #2 A Cappella

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15822 Music from Calvin B-3 A Cappella
A Cappella Spring Concert, 1964, Part 2, Beginning at the Third Day He Arose and ending with My Eternal King. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Music from Calvin
15851 Calvin College Choral Series #15 A Cappella
A Cappella Christmas Concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Choral Series
15979 A Cappella Christmas Concert A Cappella 12/12/1965
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7478 A Cappella Disc #2 A Cappella

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15821 Music from Calvin B-2 A Cappella Choir
A Cappella spring concert, 1964; Part 1 up to and including "Beautiful Savior". Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Music from Calvin
15355 A Cappella Choir Concert A Cappella Choir 12/15/1968 A program for the Christmas season. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15952 A Cappella Choir Old Disc Masters A Cappella Choir
Discs II, III, IV. No date or information. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15914 A Cappella Choir Old Disc Masters A Cappella choir

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
15872 Christmas Concert A Cappella Choir
Concert #5, 1965. Mono. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15871 Christmas Concert A Cappella Choir
Concert #4. 1964. Reel a is stereo, Reel b is mono. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15870 Christmas Concert A Cappella Choir
Christmas Concert #3, Mono. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15869 Christmas Concert A Cappella Choir
Reel a, stereo; Reel b, mono. Concert #2. [1962] Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15842 Music from Calvin B-23 A Cappella choir
A Cappella Choir, Spring concert 1965 Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Music from Calvin
7475 A Cappella Choir A Cappella Choir

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7468 A Cappella Choir A Cappella Choir

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15354 Calvin College A Cappella Choir A Cappella Choir 5/10/1970 Two reels Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7474 A Cappella Choir A Cappella Choir

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7473 Concert of Christmas Music A Cappella Choir 12/14/1969
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15352 A Cappella Choir Concert A Cappella Choir 2/1/1968 Bach Cantata #137; Praise to the Lord the Almighty Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15356 A Cappella Choir A Cappella Choir 12/13/1970 Two reels Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15353 A Cappella Choir Concert A Cappella Choir 10/24/1969
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7467 A Cappella Choir A Cappella Choir

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15357 Holland Hymn Festival: A Cappella Choir A Cappella Choir
Two reels, March, 1971 Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Holland Hymn Festival
15933 Calvin College Promotional Disc A Cappella Choir
Orchestra
Meistersingers
Band
Radio Choir


Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

9991 Music Festival A Cappella Choir, Radio Choir, Meistersingers, Concert Band, Concert Orchestra

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

10021 Calvin Music Festival A Cappella Choir; Radio Choir; Meistersingers; Concert Band; Concert Orchestra

Heritage Hall : No Restriction

8355 Music From Calvin #38 A Cappella I

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

8356 Music From Calvin #39 A Cappella II

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
2650 Calvin Seminary Workshop on Substance Abuse A.A. Meeting 2/1/1985 A.A. Meeting


10439 Ruth Angeline Aardsma Benton, flute Aardsma Benton, Ruth Angeline
Hoisington, Linda
4/25/2001 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Student Recital
10174 Ruth Angeline Aardsma, flute Aardsma, Ruth Angeline
Hoisington, Linda
11/19/1999 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

14005 Positioning a Heritage Aay, Hank 10/3/2006 The first holder of the Frederik Meijer Chair in Dutch Language and Culture, Henk Aay has long had a scholarly interest in his native country. Born in the Netherlands in He nk Aay1945, Aay settled with his family in Canada, graduating with a BA in geography and planning from Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario. He earned a PhD in geography from Clark University in Worcester, Mass., and came to Calvin in 1982 as t he college’s first full-time Ph.D. geographer. Aay has long studied the Netherlands, published on the geography of the country, served as a visiting scholar at the Free University of Amsterdam and University of Gronigen and led more than ten Calvin off-campus interim courses there.
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
13955 Heritage Alumni Speaker: Islam Abadeer, Adel 4/26/2006
Bookstore (college) : Not Available for sale.
Heritage Alumni Event
10657 Understanding Islam: Religion, Culture, and State Abadeer, Adel 7/19/2002 In this session, Professor Abadeer will explore the early history of Islam, the development of the Qur'anic/Islamic teaching and scripture, the state of non-Muslim minoritie s in Islamic societies, the Islamic teaching and human rights dilemma and Islam's position on terrorism. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Midsummer at Calvin
14388 Who is Gospel Music For? Abbington, James
#816 WHO IS GOSPEL MUSIC FOR? Originally broadcast April 13, 2008
Many people have strong feelings about what kind of music is appropriate for church, and exactly how it should be performed. Performed for who? January Series guest James Abbington of Emory University's Candler School of Theology, and executive editor of the African American Church Music series, takes host Karen Saupe on a tour at the piano.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
11895 Music from the African-American Tradition Abbington, James 1/30/2004 What songs call for what kinds of accompaniment? We will explore several songs and genres, with guidelines for when to accompany, when to sing unaccompanied, and what instru ments to use in which ways. Bookstore (college) : Archive/Available for Research
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2004
14460 100 Years of Black Gospel Music in an Hour Abbington, James 1/14/2008 In celebration of the January 15 birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Underwritten by: Varnum, Riddering, Schmidt & Howlett, LLP
Associate Professor of Music and Wo rship at Candler School of Theology at Emory University. Dr. Abbington's research interests include music and worship in the Christian church, African American sacred folk music, organ, choral music and ethnomusicology. He serves as Executive Editor of th e African American Church Music Series by GIA Publications.
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2008
11906 Christ Has Died, Christ Is Risen, Christ Will Come Again Abbington, James 1/30/2004 Worship Service: Christ Has Died, Christ Is Risen, Christ Will Come Again. Bookstore (college) : Archive/Available for Research
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2004
13637 African-American Gospel Music for Choirs of any Ethnic Group Abbington, James 1/27/2006 C1 Come to an annotated reading session led by this gifted editor, performer, and conductor of African American hymns and anthems. Add to your choir's repertoire as you lear n about teaching, conducting, and playing Gospel songs Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2006
12475 Learning to Play Gospel Abbington, James 1/28/2005 Come for a master class setting, with written resources and invaluable tips from one of the top teachers and performers of African American gospel music in North America. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2005
14483 One Hundred Years of Gospel in One Hour Abbington, James 1/24/2008 Plenary Session. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Symposium on Worship, 2008
14109 Biblical Psalms in Christian Worship, The Abbington, James; Bechtel, Carol; Kidd, Reggie; Reid, Stephen Breck; Witvliet, John D. 1/25/2007 [Recording not available]
The Psalms are a font of inspiration, encouragement, and instruction in the life of both public and private prayer. From Basil to Bonhoeffer to Bono, the enthusiasm that emanates from wise Christian writers of every historical period points to the Psalms as one of the richest sources of wisdom for the practice of worship. Yet we often dismiss the Psalms as too complex for worship or too associate d with music that is unsingable, and thereby miss their spiritual sustenance and missional breadth. This session will explore ways that all churches—contemporary or traditional, seeker-driven or liturgical, ethnically homogenous or multi-cultural 212;can recover the Psalms as a source of vital worship, along with resources for teaching, preaching, reading, dramatizing, visualizing, and singing the Psalms.
None : Not Recorded.
Symposium on Worship, 2007
13632 Complete Organist/Pianist for the 21st Century, The: The Easter Gospel in Many Musical Languages Abbington, James; Brink, Emily; Congdon, Judy; Lockward, Jorge; Welch, Bradley; Witkowski, Deanna 1/26/2006 Seminar 7 Host: Emily R. Brink with James Abbington, Judy Congdon, Jorge Lockward, Bradley Welch, Deanna Witkowski
Many churches expect one musician to fulfill the main m usic leadership role in congregations. That role has expanded greatly, especially for organists who are now encouraged or expected to lead worship songs from classic and contemporary sources and from cultures around the world. This seminar will provide en couragement and resources for both organists and pianists. The sessions include plenary and breakout sessions on playing Black Gospel (James Abbington), fresh approaches to playing hymns (Bradley Welch), participating with worship teams (Judy Congdon), ke yboard plus with global songs (Jorge Lockward), and the basics of jazz (Deanna Witkowski). The day should be a joyful exploration of the many ways keyboard players can stretch and grow while staying connected to the past and abreast of the current diversi ty in the song of the church.
None : Not Recorded.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2006
12480 Recent Organ Literature for the Worship Service Abbington, James; Jean, Martin 1/28/2005 Come for a list of favorite pieces chosen and demonstrated both by James Abbington and Martin Jean. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2005
13659 Congregational Songs for Holy Week Abbington, James; Lockward, Jorge; Medema, Ken; Malefyt, Norma deWaal; Music, David 1/27/2006 F8 In this session, different conference leaders will lead us in singing their favorite songs for Holy Week. They'll each provide background notes about the authors and comp osers, performance practice ideas, and ideas for placing these songs in the part of the service in a way that offers the most potential for helping the congregation pray as they sing. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2006
14112 Exploring & Evaluating New Currents in Congregational Song Abbington, Jimmie; Bringle, Mary Louise; Brink, Emily; Getty, Keith; Palavicini, Roy; Sosa, Pablo; Westermeyer, Paul 1/25/2007 A day of exploring the issues of writing and composing new songs for worship, along with worship planning issues of including new songs in diverse communities of faith. What makes a text fresh today for young and old alike? What makes a tune popular today also nourishing tomorrow? What makes a new tune accessible? How can songs from one culture help those in other cultures to worship? And how can worship planners bless their congregations with generous dips into new currents that will enrich their exploration of the great river of congregational song? Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2007
16015 Refugee Resettlement Abbott, Dona; Tran, My Uyen 3/19/2009 Dona Abbott, Director of the Grand Rapids branch of Bethany Christian Services, and My Uyen Tran, a Vietnamese refugee, will talk about refugee resettlement and how agencies , churches, and individuals help with these journeys from frightened uncertainty to peace and safety. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Calvin Academy for Lifelong Learning (CALL)
13843 Reading by Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore, A Abdal-Hayy Moore, Daniel 4/22/2006
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2006
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
15074 Worship that Changes Lives: The Next Dimension Abernethy, Alexis 1/30/2009 This workshop highlights how our understanding of transformational worship experiences is deepened through a study of worship that included the narratives of church members. Drawing on the insights that are summarized in the book, Worship that Changes Lives, participants are encouraged to reflect on the relational dimension of their worship experiences. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2009
17217 Interview with Leila Aboulela, An Aboulela, Leila 4/21/2012 Leila Aboulela talks with Susan Felch about writing from two continents, cross-cultural challenges, the genres of romance and bereavement, and her Muslim faith. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
17201 Making Sense of Allah's Will Aboulela, Leila 4/20/2012 Novelist Leila Aboulela talks about how an unplanned move from her native Sudan to Scotland made her turn to fiction as a way of practicing her faith and negotiating a new l ife in a foreign, sometimes difficult territory. She discusses how her fictional worlds reflect Muslim logic, how stories can reveal a better understanding of other religious cultures, and how her experience of growing up as a Muslim child reading books p redominantly written by Christians affected her. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
14265 Islamic Fundamentalism and Secularization Abousenna, Mona 4/4/2007 Professor Mona Abousenna presents her perspective on the current state of Islam and calls for a more enlightened and critical interpretation of her faith tradition.
P rofessor Abousenna is the founder and Secretary General of two international philosophical associations: the Afro-Asian Philosophy Association, and Averroes and Enlightenment International Association. She is Professor Emeritus of English and Comparative Literature on the Faculty of Education at Ain Shams University in Cairo, Egypt.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. None : Not Recorded. Henry Institute
14940 Dr. Joseph Abramajtys Abramajtys, Joseph 6/7/2001
Heritage Hall : Available for sale.
CRC Chalpains Conference
10497 Karen Abrams, cello & Maria Stapert, violin Abrams, Karen
Stapert, Maria
4/30/2002 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15373 Commencement Concert Honoring Seniors Abrams, Karen; De Young, Rebecca; Stapert, Maria; Steen, Gretchen; VandePol, Sara; Verlare, Tracy; Pasma, Kelly 5/17/2002 Concert featuring senior musicians Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Commencement (College)
6582 ACDA Choral Festival, 3 of 3 ACDA 2/23/1990
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6580 ACDA Choral Festival, 1 of 3 ACDA 2/23/1990
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6581 ACDA Choral Festival, 2 of 3 ACDA 2/23/1990
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

17526 Community Voices Acheson, Ross Acheson; Mathay, Stan 3/17/2010 The daily chapel archive as recorded in .FLV files on DVD-ROM discs. Individual services can be requested on a DVD-Video, or the entire disc may be requested.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Chapel
17451 Community Voices:Servants of the Word Acheson, Ross; Mathay, Stan 3/17/2010 Video of daily chapel services at Calvin College.
Audio-Visual (college) : Available for sale. Chapel
17533 Community Voices Acheson, Ross; Matthay, Stan 3/17/2010 The daily chapel archive as recorded in .FLV files on DVD-ROM discs. Individual services can be requested on a DVD-Video, or the entire disc may be requested.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Chapel
9239 January Series, The: Scripture, Feminism, and Faithfulness Achtemeier, Elizabeth 1/10/1997 [Many Symposium on Worship recordings are available at: http://www.worshipsymposium.org/past/] Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 1997
9231 Preaching from the Old Testament: The Narratives Achtemeier, Elizabeth 1/10/1997 [Many Symposium on Worship recordings are available at: http://www.worshipsymposium.org/past/] Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 1997
9227 Preaching from the Old Testament: The Prophets Achtemeier, Elizabeth 1/10/1997 [Many Symposium on Worship recordings are available at: http://www.worshipsymposium.org/past/] Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 1997
5571 Scripture, Feminism, and Faithfulness Achtemeier, Elizabeth 1/10/1997

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 1997
2717 Court Case and Commendation Achtemeier, Elizabeth



Presb. Anniv. Series # 52
1746 Preaching Helps Achtemeier, Elizabeth 4/20/1996


Praise & Lament Conference
1747 Preaching the Song of Praise and Lament Achtemeier, Elizabeth 4/19/1996


Praise & Lament Conference
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
1749 Panel Discussion - Achtemeier, Brueggemann, Froehlich, Miller, Patton Achtemeier, Elizabeth 4/20/1996


Praise & Lament Conference
3293 Scripture, Feminism, and Faithfulness Achtemeier, Elizabeth 1/10/1997
Heritage Hall : Available for sale.
January Series, 1997
1817 Preaching From the O.T.: The Narratives Achtemeier, Elizabeth 1/10/1997


Symposium on Worship, 1997
1818 Preaching from the O.T.: The Prophets Achtemeier, Elizabeth 1/10/1997


Symposium on Worship, 1997
9242 Closing Worship Service Achtemeier, Elizabeth; Yarrington, John; Visser, Larry 1/10/1997 [Many Symposium on Worship recordings are available at: http://www.worshipsymposium.org/past/] Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 1997
12555 Knowing Jesus: Our Union with Him Achtemeier, Mark 2/21/2005



Dr. P. Mark Achtemeier
A native of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Dr. Achtemeier (PhD, Duke University) is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Unive rsity of Dubuque Seminary in Dubuque, Iowa. He was ordained in the PC(USA) in 1984, and served a pastorate in Wilmington, North Carolina for a number of years before beginning his teaching career at Dubuque. He has also experienced life as a clergy spouse while his wife pastored a church in rural Virginia.

Dr. Achtemeier is very active in church renewal work in the PC(USA) and the broader ecumenical context, speaking and writing extensively in support of that work. He is the author with Andrew Pur ves of Union in Christ: A Declaration for the Church, and A Passion for the Gospel: Confessing Jesus Christ for the 21st Century.

He serves as a member of the Presbyterian General Assembly's Task Force on the Peace, Unity and Purity of the Church, and has research interests in the doctrine of the Trinity, Christology, and the relation of Christian faith to the natural sciences.
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Lectures on Reformed Theology
4901 Al Ackerman Show Ackerman, Al

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

3529 Nuclear Winter: Snowjob or Science? Ackerman, Thomas 1/22/1988
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 1988
12401 Global Warming: Fact or Fiction? Ackerman, Tom 1/19/2005 Chief Scientist for ARM, the U.S. Department of Energy's Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Program at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Graduated in Physics from Calvin College and received a Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Washington in Physics and Atmospheric Sciences
Former member of the NASA Ames Research Team
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 2005
11888 Celtic Connections: New Music and Worship Material from the Iona Community Adam, Alison 1/30/2004 An introduction to the latest resources from this UK-based Christian community. Iona worship materials are increasingly finding a home in North American churches because of their words and music that touch the heart, feed the spirit, and provoke the mind. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2004
8693 Calvin College Morning Worship Adam, Alison 1/11/2002 led by Alison Adam from the Iona Community Bookstore (college) : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2002
11928 Worship Service:A Touching Place: Prayers for Wholeness and Healing Adam, Alison 1/30/2004
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2004
8697 Sing! A New Creation (A1) Adam, Alison; Brink, Emily R.; Hawn, Michael; Lockwood, Jorge; Rienstra, Ron; Tel, Martin 1/11/2002 Explore the varieties of recently written congregational song and principles for using this variety in your congregation--perfect for anyone struggling to identify the best contemporary music (in many styles), and to promote a balanced diet of congregational song. Bookstore (college) : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2002
17081 Anthropomorphism: The Christian Double Standard Adams, Carol 3/11/2011 Anthropomorphism, roughly speaking, is the ascription of human-like traits to non-human beings. How does anthropomorphism figure into human attitudes and actions toward God, animals, and even other human beings? What are the potential risks and rewards of anthropomorphizing others and what recourse do Christians have upon acknowledging these prospects for re-imagining and deepening their relationships with God, human beings, and other animals? Come follow Carol J. Adams on a trailblazing journey through these and other fascinating related questions in a brand new presentation commissioned especially for this event!

Animals and the Kingdom of God Lecture Series
14246 Naturalism, Nanotechnology, and Our "Post-human" Future: A Reformed Perspective Adams, Charles 2/22/2007 Advances in technology at the end of the twentieth century have provoked some scholars to predict a future where humans and computers merge to evolve an immortal, post- human 'life form' that is free and capable of defining its own 'nature.' Others react against such 'brave new world' scenarios with horror at the prospect of 'losing our essential humanity.' What does it mean to be human? What are the limitations and t he potential of technology with respect to shaping our humanity? This lecture will begin to offer answers to those questions by contrasting a Reformed Christian worldview with the worldviews of naturalism and by suggesting how elements of naturalistic wo rldviews have too often corrupted Christian worldviews on science and technology.
Charles Adams, Dean of the Natural Sciences and Professor of Engineering, Dordt College; Association of Reformed Institutions of Higher Education (ARIHE) Lecturer, 20 06-2008.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Christian Perspectives in Science Seminar Series
14247 Teaching 'Technical Courses' from a Christian Perspective: A Reformed Approach to Pedagogy Adams, Charles 2/23/2007 Christian education in the Reformed tradition claims to bring a distinctive worldview to bear on every subject in the curriculum. Yet Christian teachers struggle to 't each Christianly' in areas such as the natural sciences, mathematics, and technology. How does a Christian teacher avoid the near hypocritical practice of simply 'sprinkling' prayer or a few Bible verses onto an otherwise secularist curriculum or lesson plan in order to call it 'Christian?' This lecture will suggest how teaching (mathematics, natural science, or any subject that might be called “technical”) from a Christian perspective ought to and can be distinguished from the kind of teach ing that occurs in a secular environment.
Charles Adams, Dean of the Natural Sciences and Professor of Engineering, Dordt College; Association of Reformed Institutions of Higher Education (ARIHE) Lecturer, 2006-2008.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Christian Perspectives in Science Seminar Series
6149 Christian Scholarship and Technology Adams, Charles; Adams, Joel; Vander Linden, Keith 9/29/2001
None : Not Recorded.
Christian Scholarship...For What?
14376 Moving to South Africa Adams, Jared; Adams, Jennifer
#804 MOVING TO SOUTH AFRICA Originally broadcast Nov. 4, 2007
We hear stories of destitution and unnecessary death in developing countries. Perhaps you’ve thought o f helping. But how about selling your home and moving there with your children? Jared and Jennifer Adams, business owners in Zeeland, Michigan tell host Karen Saupe about their upcoming move to South Africa to join AIDS and education projects in Finetown, a settlement near Johannesburg.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
2591 Nouthetic Counseling Adams, Jay




5155 Nouthetic Counseling Adams, Jay

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
8774 Nouthetic Counseling Adams, Jay

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
15090 Cultivating a Deep Love for Scripture Adams, Kevin 1/30/2009 Shaped by a lifetime of images and values from a culture where God is pushed to the side, people often add biblical knowledge to quips from Dr. Phil, themes of pop song lyri cs, and family proverbs, forming a stew of beliefs. To help form a biblical worldview, we saturated our congregation with a rhythm of scripture memorization that has become a key component of spiritual formation. Come and learn how this practice has tra nsformed us and our worship. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2009
17023 Rethinking Christian Community and Worship in a Global and Post Modern Context Adams, Kevin; Chu, Eddie; Chung, Moses; DeRuiter, Steve; Van Eyk, Dirk 1/27/2012 How do we create an environment for worship that builds genuine community among those with no, or perhaps with negative, experiences of "church"? Several church pl anters and leaders with wide ranging experiences and different models of ministry (small church to mega church, suburban and urban, American and Asian) will discuss their approaches to inviting people to join with others in worshiping a most hospitable Go d. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2012
17051 Rethinking Christian Community and Worship in a Global and Post Modern Context Adams, Kevin; Chu, Eddie; Chung, Moses; DeRuiter, Steve; VanEyk, Dirk 1/28/2012 How do we create an environment for worship that builds genuine community among those with no or perhaps with negative, experiences of church? Several church planters and le aders with wide ranging experiences and different models of ministry (small church to mega church, suburban and urban, American and Asian) will discuss their approaches to inviting people to join with others in worshiping a most hospitable God.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Symposium on Worship, 2012
16225 From Life to Life: Mariel's Story Adema, Bruce and Joanne


Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
9055 Nuts and Bolts of Church Discipline Aden, Otha 7/10/1990
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
28th Annual F.B.F.A Conference
17238 Interview with Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, An Adichie, Chimamanda Ngozi 4/21/2012 Susan Van Zanten talks with Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie about the writing life, global citizenship, and the relationships between faith and fiction. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
18246 The Magic and Craft of Fiction Adichie, Chimamanda Ngozi
FFW2012 Plenary 5 Audio-Visual : Archive/Available for Research
FFW2012
17246 Magic and Craft of Fiction (The Baron Lecture), The Adichie, Chimamanda Ngozi 4/21/2012
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research None : Not Available for sale. Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
4902 Socialism (2 Tapes) Adler, Mortimer 2/5/1965
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
4903 Aristotle For Everyone Adler, Mortimer J. 12/7/1982
Heritage Hall : Available with permission.

8965 Workshop: Pastors Sabbaticals and Continuing Education Admirall; Boot; Steigenga 6/6/1989
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Ministers' Conference
3627 Calvin College Promo Admissions Office

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

3644 Calvin 84 Roughs Admissions Office

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

4994 Gay Christians Aerts, Dan; Lucas, Jim


Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Calvin Forum
9090 United Methodist's Conference Africa University Choir 6/10/1998
Heritage Hall : No Restriction

17976 Truly Blessed Agard, Alex 5/2/2013

Audio-Visual (college) : Available with permission.
18269 WSS Video Highlights DVD Agard, Alex 10/10/2013

Other (see Notes) : Available with permission.
15532 Alex Agard, baritone Agard, Alex
Hutchins, Charles, piano
11/22/2005 Student recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Student recital
15440 D. Alexander Agard, bass; Marie Schotanus, oboe Agard, D. Alexander; Schotanus, Marie 11/25/2003 Student recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Student Recital
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
3530 After the Cold War: Global Peace or Global Pieces Aikman, David 1/20/1995
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
January Series, 1995
3317 After the Cold War: Global Peace or Global Pieces Aikman, David 1/20/1995
Heritage Hall : No Restriction Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 1995
9261 Air Band Air Band

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

16354 Imitation and Obsession and Participation Aiuto, Vito 4/17/2010 Vito Aiuto discusses some of the themes that have emerged as he has examined his work of creating sermons, songs, and poems. Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2010
3309 Africa Today: Democracy, Factionalism, and Brain Drain Ajakaiye, Deborah 1/23/1996
Heritage Hall : No Restriction Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 1996
18490 Writing About Human Tragedy from a Spiritual Space Akpan, Uwem 4/10/2014


Festival of Faith & Writing, 2014
14627 Pre-Festival Reading Akpan, Uwem 4/17/2008
Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2008
14664 Interview with Uwem Akpan Akpan, Uwem 4/18/2008
Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2008
18522 Panel Akpan, Uwem; Lucas, Ashley; Perkins, Mitali 4/11/2014


Festival of Faith & Writing, 2014
8708 Worship Service: Go Down to the Potter's House Akron CRC 1/11/2002 Akron (Ohio) Christian Reformed Church will lead this creative service as we enter the potter's house with Jeremiah to worship God. Bookstore (college) : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2002
6329 Gotta Wanna- an attitude of Righteousness; Where is God when we hurt? Al Hoogewind 3/6/1988 Two services
1) AM - "Gotta Wanna - an attitude of Righteousness" (Up to 45:50)
2) PM - "Where is God when we hurt?" (Start from 45:50)
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Plymouth Heights Christian Reformed Church
6328 Secret of Fruitfulness, The; Faith of Rahab, The Al VanDer Griend; John Pasma 2/28/1988 Two services
1) AM - "The Secret of Fruitfulness" (Up to 40:45)
2) PM - "The Faith of Rahab" (Start from 40:45)
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Plymouth Heights Christian Reformed Church
11881 Creation of a Liturgical Textile: Expressing Our Faith in Fabric Alberda, Joanne 1/29/2004 The seminar will combine teaching and hands-on application of the various dimensions of working with textiles for the worship environment. The participants will work through the stages of planning (conceptual as well as budget considerations), designing, constructing, presenting, storing, and maintaining specific pieces of textile art. Maximum number of participants: 50. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2004
10195 Marie Albers, flute; Scott Blasco, percussion Albers, Marie
Blasco, Scott
Dugan, Darlene
3/15/2000 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

10623 Student Recital; Marie Albers, Flute; Deb Meyer, Flute Albers, Marie; Meyer, Deb 11/5/2001
Heritage Hall : Availablity restricted to Fair Use.

10632 Marie Albers, Flute; Deb Meyer, Flute Albers, Marie; Meyer, Deb 11/5/1992
Heritage Hall : Availablity restricted to Fair Use.

9381 John Alldis Choral Festival Aldis, John, guest conductor
Campus Choir
Meistersingers
Lyric Singers
Capella
3/12/1993
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

1833 Choosing to Include the Great Diversity of the City Alexander, Dennis




10389 State, Society, and the Family: A
Qur'anic Worldview. Lecture 2: Religion and the State in Islam
al-Hibri, Azizah 4/4/2002 Azizah al-Hibri of the University of Richmond Law School lectured on " State, Society, and the Family: A Qur'anic Worldview."
Lecture 1: "Gender and Family in the Qur'an"
Lecture 2: "Religion and the State in Islam"
The Jellema Lecture Series is sponsored by the Calvin College Philosophy Department. For more information: http://www.calvin.edu/academic/philosophy/jellema.ht m
DVD #10388 contains both lectures.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Jellema Lecture Series
10388 State, Society, and the Family: A
Qur'anic Worldview. Lecture 1: Gender and Family in the Qur'an
al-Hibri, Azizah 4/3/2002 Azizah al-Hibri of the University of Richmond Law School lectured on " State, Society, and the Family: A Qur'anic Worldview."
Lecture 1: "Gender and Family in the Qur'an"
Lecture 2: "Religion and the State in Islam"
The Jellema Lecture Series is sponsored by the Calvin College Philosophy Department. For more information: http://www.calvin.edu/academic/philosophy/jellema.ht m
DVD #10388 contains both lectures.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Jellema Lecture Series
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
15029 Refusing to be Silenced Ali, Ayaan Hirsi
Named one of Time Magazine's "100 Most Influential People", Ali is an award-winning humanitarian and courageous freedom fighter, standing as one of the most influ ential and outspoken political figures of our time having served as an elected member of Dutch Parliament for three years. She has been demonized by conservative Muslims worldwide, including her own clan and family, for speaking out against injustices don e in the name of Islam. Determined to voice her views, Ali speaks about the importance of freedom of speech and the defense of the principles of the Enlightenment, the need to reform Islam, and the rights of Muslim women. She is author of the bestselling memoir, Infidel, and is currently a Resident Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. She is working on a book to be published in 2009 which is a dialogue between western countries and Islam. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2009
16349 Sacred Syllables: Form, Formlessness, and the Nature of the Divine Ali, Kazim 4/17/2010 Through reading and discussing poems by Agha Shahid Ali, Lucille Clifton, and others, Kazim Ali reflects on some of the varied and unique ways that American poets have found to write about their experiences with the divine. Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2010
9360 American Choral Directors Association Fall Conference All State Choir 10/24/1992
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
American Choral Directors Association Fall Conference (ACDA)
11902 Choral Reading Session Allaway; Davidson; Navarron; Shangkuan 1/30/2004 Four outstanding choral conductors, Ben Allaway, David Davidson, Joel Navarro, and Pearl Shangkuan, each conduct four anthems: two for small choirs, and two for larger choir s. They will also prepare lists of their “all-time favorites” of choral pieces for worship. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2004
13997 Mothering a Soldier Allen, Donna
VanderKodde, Sharon

#723 MOTHERING A SOLDIER Originally broadcast May 13, 2007
What goes into the process of sending your son or daughter off to war? How does it change your child, your rel ationship, your self? Donna Allen and Sharon VanderKodde, mothers of soldiers who have served/are serving in Iraq, tell host Shirley Hoogstra about the fears and pride that come with having a son who has signed up for military service to our country.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
15698 High School Honor Band Festival Allen, Dr. Milton, guest conductor
Honors Band
Calvin Band
Engle, Tiffany , conductor
10/28/2008 Concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

12335 James Allen Tells His Life Story Allen, James

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

12299 Affirmative Action: Doorway or Decoy? Allen, William
#504 AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: DOORWAY OR DECOY?
Pretty regularly the question arises: do we still need affirmative action? Followed by a second: you don’t think racism i s over, do you? And so the misunderstandings and misfirings continue for another round. William Allen, political scientist at Michigan State University, describes for host Shirley Hoogstra why he thinks there’s a better way to fight the disadvantage s so many minorities experience.

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Inner Compass
15045 Open Our Lips - Declare Your Praise Alley, Gregory; Brautigam, Keith; Visser, Larry 1/29/2009 A service of Scripture and meditation, prayer and song, led by Mark Altrogge. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2009
4771 How Churches Treat Homosexuals Alons, Rose; Zandstra, Gerald 3/16/2000

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Calvin Forum
15221 Crisis in Basra, The Alsaedy, Haider 10/21/2008 Information on the series of events at: www.calvin.edu/news/2008-09/war-awareness/
Some events video-recorded by Nicole Vega, to be posted on her website. Sponsored by student organizations: Democracy Matters and the Social Justice Committee, and by the Paul Henry Institute.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
War Awareness Series, 2008
14958 Pastoral Tasks as Theological Occasions Alston, Wallace M. 7/2/1998 Lecture 4 Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Institute of Theology
14954 Is the Church in Trouble? Alston, Wallace M. 6/29/1998 Lecture 1 Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Institute of Theology
14955 Church as a Theological Community, The Alston, Wallace M. 6/30/1998 Lecture 2 Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Institute of Theology
14956 Pastor as Theologian, The Alston, Wallace M. 7/1/1998 Lecture 3 Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Institute of Theology
205 Does Science Discredit Religion? Alston, William P. 7/20/1999
Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Seminars in Christian Scholarship
9295 Esther Alsum Alsum, Esther 2/27/1996 Audition, cello Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

127 Reading from "Genesis" and "The David Story" Alter, Robert 3/31/2000
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2000
99 Retelling the Bible through Translation and Illustration Alter, Robert; Moser, Barry 3/31/2000
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2000
14266 Migration and the Transformation of Latino Religious Identities in the U.S. Althoff, Andrea 4/17/2007 Dr. Althof is working on a research project entitled "Religious Identities of Latin American Immigrants and Social Cohesion," and is also an adjunct faculty member at DePaul University, leading a course on immigrant experiences. She has studied the Pentecostal, Charismatic, and Maya Movements, and utilized those insights in writing her Ph.D. dissertation on Ethnicity and Religion. Dr. Althof asserts that her resear ch places her at the intersection of Sociology, Political Sciences, Anthropology and Theology.


Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
15063 What the Psalms Have to Teach Us about Song Writing Altrogge, Mark 1/30/2009 Psalms allow us to express a whole range of emotions in powerful ways and at the same time, they tell us a lot about God. This workshop will examine how worship song writer s can learn from the psalms as they work on their own craft. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2009
15039 Song Seminar: Composing, Arranging, Writing, Leading, and Publishing New Songs for Worship Altrogge, Mark; Brink, Emily; Doemland, Edward; Hobby, Robert; Lawson, Mark; Mickus, Dobbs; Oberman, Robert; Scheer, Gregg; Scott, K. Lee; Vavares, Horacio; Whitney, Rae E.< /FONT> 1/29/2009 A seminar devoted to the creative, liturgical, and spiritual dimensions in song writing, with breakout sessions on composing songs both lyrics and music; writing hymn texts ; composing/arranging for choir, for jazz, for brass and organ; arranging global songs; as well as advice on copyrights and publishing. Participants are invited to take two of their own compositions (8 copies each; one based on a psalm) for discussion and evaluation during the breakout sessions. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2009
11258 Runner Stumbles, The Alumni


Bookstore (college) : Available with permission. CAS Dept. Play
9460 Alumni Chamber Orchestra Alumni Chamber Orchestra 11/13/1994
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

9335 Calvin Alumni ChamberOrchestra Alumni Chamber Orchestra
Vondiziano, Paul, guitar soloist
De Young, Derald, conductor
3/24/1996
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6827 Alumni Choir Alumni Choir 5/25/1992
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6830 Alumni Choir Alumni Choir 5/24/1992
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6828 Alumni Choir Alumni Choir 5/25/1992
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6829 Alumni Choir Alumni Choir 5/24/1992
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

9254 Alumni Choir Alumni Choir 1/15/1995
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

9420 Alumni Choir Alumni Choir 1/9/1994 See also HHDAT0176 performance in Kalamazoo on 1/7/94. Heritage Hall : No Restriction

14164 Calvin Alumni Choir Alumni Choir
Duane Shields Davis, guest conductor
Kenneth Bos, Accompanist
1/7/2007 Duane Shields Davis, conducting; Kenneth Bos, Accompanist; Randall Van Wingerden, Assistant Conductor. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Alumni Choir
10433 Evening Prayer Alumni Choir
Shangkuan, Pearl (conductor)
4/10/2001 Concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Concert
15718 Calvin College Alumni Choir: Songs of Life, Love and Faith Alumni Choir
Shangkuan, Pearl, conductor
Bos, Kenneth Bos, accompanist
1/17/2009
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15574 Calvin College Alumni Choir Alumni Choir
Shangkuan, Pearl, conductor
Bos, Kenneth, accompanist
5/21/2006 Concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

9419 Alumni Choir Alumni Choir
Smith, Charles, conductor
1/7/1994 1/7/94 is in Kalamazoo. See also HHDAT0177 on 1/9/94. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

9271 Alumni Choir May 1995 Alumni Choir
Smith, Charles, conductor
Bos, Kenneth, accompanist
5/21/1995
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

9399 Alumni Choir Alumni Choir
Werner, Hans Martin, conductor
5/23/1993 concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6771 Alumni Homecoming Recital- Kiemel/Velting, 1 of 2 Alumni Homecoming Recital- Kiemel/Velting 2/22/1992
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6772 Alumni Homecoming Recital- Kiemel/Velting, 2 of 2 Alumni Homecoming Recital- Kiemel/Velting 2/22/1992
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
6663 Alumni Music Festival, 2 of 4 Alumni Music 2/16/1991
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6662 Alumni Music Festival, 1 of 4 Alumni Music 2/16/1991
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6664 Alumni Music Festival, 3 of 4 Alumni Music 2/16/1991
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6665 Alumni Music Festival, 4 of 4 Alumni Music 2/16/1991
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6767 Alumni Music Festival Alumni Music Festival 2/21/1992
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6768 Alumni Music Festival Alumni Music Festival 2/21/1992
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6769 Alumni Music Festival Alumni Music Festival 2/21/1992
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6770 Alumni Music Festival Alumni Music Festival 2/21/1992
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7735 Yeoman of the Guard Alumni Players 2/18/1983
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7732 Yeoman of the Guard Alumni Players 2/18/1983
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15819 Pirates of Penzance Alumni Players
Year unknown, possibly 1961. Performed Feb. 21, 22, 23. Pirates performed 1961,1969, 1979, 1987. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7734 Yeoman of the Guard Alumni Players 2/18/1983
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7733 Yeoman of the Guard Alumni Players 2/18/1983
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6042 Coast to Coast Alumni Program

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

9425 Alumni Radio Program Alumni Radio Program 2/19/1994 2 tapes Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

18645 Evolution Versus Atheism (an evolutionary argument against naturalism) Alvin Plantinga


Audio-Visual (college) : Archive/Available for Research Geneva Lecture Series
16670 Africa Reconciliation Amaezechi, Joshua; Layne, Tamrat 12/4/2010

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
16164 Plenary #2 Amayun, Milton 2/5/2010 Dr. Milton Amayun is a public health physician with degrees from the University of the Philippines and Harvard School of Public Health. His career spans close to thirty year s serving in various locations across five continents with faith-based organizations - in disaster relief, child survival, HIV and AIDS, disease control and community health. He is currently the Board President of Christian Connections for International H ealth.

Faith and Internat'l Dev. Conf. 2010
7760 Calvin Alumni Choir, The American Boy Choir, The

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7758 Calvin Alumni Choir, The American Boy Choir, The

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
6675 American Chamber Players American Chamber Players 3/9/1991
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6674 American Chamber Players American Chamber Players 3/9/1991
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6673 American Chamber Players American Chamber Players 3/9/1991
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

1834 Consultation for Assistance in Developing Urban Ministry Amerson, Philip



S.C.U.P.E 1978
14217 Doing Good in the World: How Congregations Make a Difference Ammerman, Nancy 2/26/2007 Nancy Ammerman, Professor of Sociology of Religion at Boston University's School of Theology, has spent much of the last decade studying American religious congregations. Her many writings include "Pillars of Faith: American Congregations and their Partners"; "Congregation and Community"; and "Bible Believers: Fundamentalists in the Modern World."
In 1993, Dr. Ammerman served on a panel of experts convened by the U.S. Departments of Justice and Treasury in light of the government's confrontation with the Branch Davidians at Waco, and she testified on the same subject before the Senate Judiciary Committee in 1995. In 1997, she lectured i n Israel under sponsorship of the U.S. State Department.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. None : Not Recorded. Henry Institute
12674 Nabataean Pottery Amr, Dr. Khairyeh 7/26/2005 Senior archaeologist of the Jordan National Museum Project, Amman, Jordan None : Not Recorded. None : Not Recorded. Petra
4907 Goodly Heritage, A Amsterdam, Montana

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

18037 Cuban Refugees and the Christian Reformed Church Ana María Cabús 2/16/2011 In Spanish, 2011, with transcription and translation, 2012.
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Cuban Refugees and the Christian Reformed Church: An Oral History Project
16886 Cuban Refugees and the Christian Reformed Church Ana Pellecer 3/11/2011 In Spanish, with transcription and translation.
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Cuban Refugees and the Christian Reformed Church: An Oral History Project
3531 Christianity, Business, and Ethics -- Three out of the Three Ancker-Johnson

Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.

7771 Anderson University Male Chorus Anderson University Male Chorus 2/27/1988
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7772 Anderson University Male Chorus Anderson University Male Chorus 2/27/1988
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

3532 Genetic Control Anderson,
Irving
11/13/1975
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Interim Lecture Series, 1975
12670 Archaeology of Nabataean Women, The Anderson, Bjorn Peter 6/28/2005 Archaeologist and Art historian, and doctoral candidate at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan None : Not Recorded. None : Not Recorded. Petra
4908 Genetic Control Anderson, Dr. Elving 11/13/1975
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
6243 Christ Centered Therapy: A Counselee's Responsibility Anderson, Dr. Neil T. 10/10/2001 Tape 1-1:02:19
Tape 2-0:29:45
Tape 3-1:09:18
Bookstore(college) : Archive/Available for Research
Special Lecture
17636 Racial Harmony in the City Anderson, Elijah 1/6/2013 1306
In some cities, pockets of serenity can be found where people of many races find themselves mingling and enjoying each other’s presence. Yale sociologist Elija h Anderson, author of The Cosmopolitan Canopy: Race and Civility in Everyday Life, has studied these public spaces and shares what they reveal about us and our hope as a society. Karen Saupe hosts.

Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Inner Compass
17595 The Cosmopolitan Canopy: Race and Civility in Everyday Life Anderson, Elijah 10/10/2012 Dr. Elijah Anderson, one of the nation’s leading urban ethnographers and cultural theorists, will present a lecture entitled “The Cosmopolitan Canopy: Race and C ivility in Everyday Life" at Calvin College on Wed., Oct. 10, at 3:30 p.m. in the CFAC Recital Hall. He holds the William K. Lanman, Jr. Professorship in Sociology at Yale University, where he teaches and directs the Urban Ethnography Project.

Dr. Anderson received his B.A. from Indiana University, his M.A. from the University of Chicago and his Ph.D. from Northwestern University, where he was mentored by Howard S. Becker. Anderson has written and edited numerous books, book chapters, articles , and scholarly reports on race in American cities. His most prominent works include Code of the Street: Decency, Violence, and the Moral Life of the Inner City (1999), winner of the 2000 Komarovsky Award from the Eastern Sociological Society; Streetwise: Race, Class, and Change in an Urban Community (1990), winner of the American Sociological Association’s Robert E. Park Award for the best published book in the area of Urban Sociology; and the classic sociological work, A Place on the Corner: A Stu dy of Black Street Corner Men (1978; 2nd ed., 2003).

In 2008, he edited Against the Wall: Poor, Young, Black, and Male (Penn Press), which is based on a national conference, “Poor, Young, Black, and Male: A Case for National Action?” wh ich he organized at the University of Pennsylvania in 2006. His most recent work is: The Cosmopolitan Canopy: Race and Civility in Everyday Life (2011, W.W. Norton).

This lecture is being sponsored by the Department of Sociology and Social Work and is underwritten by the department Heyns Fund.For more information about the event, please contact Mark Mulder at mtm3@calvin.edu. For more information on Dr. Anderson, go to http://www.yale.edu/sociology/faculty/pages/anderson/ or to his own website at h ttp://www.elijahanderson.com/Bio.html

Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
1835 Towards Century 21 In Mission: A Prospect Anderson, Gerald 3/22/1984


Van Dyke Mission Lectures
1836 Towards Century 21 In Mission: A Retrospect Anderson, Gerald 3/20/1984


Van Dyke Mission Lectures
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
3533 Future of the Political Process, The Anderson, John 1/22/1981
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Interim Lecture Series, 1981
9052 Pastors and Wives Fellowship Anderson, Robert 7/9/1990
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
28th Annual F.B.F.A Conference
12691 Forgiveness: What the Bible Teaches, What You Need to Know Andrew and Leonard Kuyvenhoven 4/27/2005


Preaching Forgiveness Conference
6307 Keep Crying; Sons or Slaves Andrew Kuyvenhoven; Clarence Vos 2/1/1987 Two services
1) AM -"Keep Crying" (
2) PM -"Sons or Slaves"
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Plymouth Heights Christian Reformed Church
10479 Andrew Manze, Violin & Richard Egarr, Harpsicord Andrew Manze, Richard Egarr 1/22/2002 Not for Production Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

3210 Evening with Maya Angelou, An Angelou, Maya 4/1/2000
None : Not Recorded.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2000
9014 Finding God in the Movies Anker, Roy 6/2/1992
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Ministers' Institute
3199 What Makes a Film Religious Anker, Roy; Cornett, Sheryl; Horstman, Joey Earl 4/1/2000
None : Not Recorded. None : Not Recorded. Festival of Faith & Writing, 2000
10720 When Christians Watch Movies Anker, Roy; Jefchak, Andrew
#206 WHEN CHRISTIANS WATCH MOVIES Why are so many Christian movie reviewers preoccupied with counting swears and nudity scenes? Our theology equips us for so much more in e valuating films. On the other hand, some Christians are guilty of never even making it that far. They'll watch any film, and spend no time evaluating what they have seen. This week two film critics suggest how to develop a discerning eye: Andrew Jefchak, Aquinas College emeritus/Grand Rapids Press; and Roy Anker of the Calvin College English dept
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
16366 Faith, Film, and Fidelity Anker, Roy; Nicolosi, Barbara; Kickasola, Joe 4/17/2010 Although the number of films made specifically for Christian audiences has grown over the past decade, many of the most religiously powerful and profound films in recent mem ory have been made by people who would not identify themselves as Christians. Why is that? And what does it mean for Christians interested in film? Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2010
17577 Interview with Mrs Jan Vanderheide Ann Vanderheide (1907-1997), organist at Burton Heights CRC, spouse of Jan (John) Vanderheide 10/1/1988 History of Southeast Grand Rapids, MI; especially Charles Garfield Park and Burton-Division areas, 1900-1970 Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

18403 18403 - AP: Learning from and Praying for the Worldwide Church Anne Zaki, Jerry Pillay, Judith Mosomos 2/1/2014

Audio-Visual (college) : Available for sale. Symposium on worship 2014
18383 18383 - AP: Learning from and Praying for the Worldwide Church Anne Zaki, Karen Campbell, Erik Sarwar 1/31/2014

Audio-Visual (college) : Available for sale. Symposium on worship 2014
1837 Protestant Church Growth in Latin America Annis, Sheldon



Latin American Congress
3453 Program of Chant, Song, and Poetry Anonymous 4 1/18/1995


January Series, 1995
9077 Pastoral Care of the Retarded and their Families Antvelink, James; Wiersma, Jack

Bookstore(college) : No Restriction
Ministers Institute
4905 Pastoral Care of the Retarded Antvelink, Mrs. James
Wiersma, Mrs. Jack
6/7/1977
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
16292 Purpose of God in Christian Education, The Aragon, Daniel 10/29/2009 Daniel Aragon uses the example of the Biblical Daniel and his three friends in Babylon to explain the goals of Christian education in Nicaragua. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Kuyers Institute
17566 Today's College: The President Speaks Arend Lubbers, Gordon Van Wylen, Norbert Hruby, William Spoelhof


Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
3535 A.I.D.S. Arking, Lucille 1/11/1988
Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
January Series, 1988
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
16892 Cuban Refugees and the Christian Reformed Church Arlene Nyenhuis 6/28/2011 In English, with transcription.
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Cuban Refugees and the Christian Reformed Church: An Oral History Project
16652 Poetic Justice Armour, Amanda 11/20/2010 See what happens when poetry leaves the page. Poetic Justice: A Play on Words was presented by Amanda Armour and her eight-person cast in conjunction with the Calvin College departments of English and Communication Arts and Sciences. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
14751 This is Truth Armour, Amanda; Bauckham, Jessica; Pals, Lindsay; Stubbs, Don; Farley, Todd 4/25/2008 Music, Dance, Poetry event in the chapel
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
7778 Anton Armstrong Armstrong, Anton 5/14/1981
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

1957 Cross-Cultural Congregational Song Armstrong, Anton 1/10/1998



1959 Choir Director as Cantor, The Armstrong, Anton 1/9/1998



3150 African-American Music in Worship Armstrong, Anton



5th Calvin Symposium
15769 Calvin College Alumni Choir Armstrong, Anton 5/12/1984
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15252 Epiphany Hymn Festival, An: In Your Light We See Light Armstrong, Anton; Ferguson, John

Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 1992
6166 Role of the Christian Scholar in Applied Music, The Armstrong, Anton; Kenote, Peter; Moliterno, Mark; Sawyer, Charsie; Varineau, John 9/29/2001
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Christian Scholarship...For What?
2934 French Bible of 1588, The Armstrong, Brian G.




2935 Calvin: The Nature and Structure of His Theology Armstrong, Brian G. 5/4/1983


Calvin Colloquium
2797 Role of the Holy Spirit in Calvin's Teaching on the Ministry, The Armstrong, Brian G; Farley, B.W. 5/7/1987


Calvin Colloquium
11785 Was Jesus Mad Armstrong, J.

None : Archive/Available for Research

17763 Feeding the World and the Future of Farming Armstrong, W. Dwight 1/17/2013 By 2050, world population will grow from 7 to 9 billion. Experts suggest agricultural output must double to provide the food, feed, fiber and fuel to meet increased demand a nd provide relief to the one billion currently suffering from food insecurity and hunger. Yet analysts suggest we will not be able to bring new land into production, use more water than we do today, or expand the use of fertilizers and pesticides in ways that would threaten the environment. The paths we take to feed a growing planet and meet the needs of consumer choice are the hot topics in agriculture today. Inevitably, they will involve tradeoffs, risks and compromise. Dr. Dwight Armstrong, CEO of the national FFA organization, will explore the issues that face domestic and global communities as they race against time to create balanced agricultural systems that will feed the world in a nutritious, sustainable way.

January Series, 2013
10777 Darwinian Moral Sense and Biblical Religion Arnhart, Larry 11/8/2002
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Biology and Purpose: Altruism, Morality & Human Nature in Evolution Theory
6338 Where God Lives; Faith, The Way to Truth Arnold Brink 7/17/1988 Two services
1) AM - "Where God Lives" (Up to 34:40)
2) PM - "Faith, The Way to Truth" (Start from 34:40)
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Plymouth Heights Christian Reformed Church
2936 Influence of the New Theology Arntzen




193 Locke, Althusius and the Theoretical Grounds of the Federal State Aroney, Nicholas 5/28/1999 The seminars seek to promote high quality scholarship that reflects a Christian perspective and to encourage Christian scholars to examine critical and cutting-edge topics i n their disciplines. Throughout these discussions, we will reflect on the nature of justice and attend to its biblical 'contours.' Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Political Thought After Liberalism Conference
12079 Old Law, Best Constitution Aroney, Nicholas 5/14/2004 On tape A12079 with one other title Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Written on the Heart: The Tradition of Natural Law
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
7932 Elizabeth Aronson, Oboe Aronson, Elizabeth

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1838 Vision 21: Informative Review Arrick, Stephen



CMCRC Conference 1987
16405 Fistulas and African Women's Health Arrowsmith, Dr. Steven D. 4/8/2010



8887 Getting Away from It All Together!, Sunday, June 23 Art F.; Grant J.

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Spiritual Awakenings
16135 Feeding the God Hungry Imagination Arthur, Sarah 1/29/2010
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2010
7820 Palestinian Question and New Global Realities, The Ashrawi, Hanan 1/23/2002
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 2002
5572 Challenge of Peace, The Ashrawi, Hanan 1/6/1997

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10726 Peace in Palestine Ashrawi, Hanan
#212 PEACE IN PALESTINE Why haven't the Palestinians and Israelis been able to work out a liveable agreement after all these years of unrest? And what ever happened to the U .N.-backed agreements that have already been made? Did they change anything? These are not mysteries to the people living there. Palestinian Legislative Council member Hanan Ashrawi explains the fatal flaws in the negotiation attempts.
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
3536 Challenges of Peace, The Ashrawi, Hanan 1/6/1997
Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
January Series, 1997
9421 Brenna Askeland Askeland, Brenna 1/19/1994 Audition demo Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

9432 Brenna Askeland, Flute Askeland, Brenna
Varineau, Gwen, piano
3/5/1994 Student recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6805 Askeland-Zeilstra Recital Askeland-Zeilstra Recital 5/2/1992
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Senior Recital
6804 Askeland-Zeilstra Recital Askeland-Zeilstra Recital 5/2/1992
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Senior Recital
16923 Future of the New Middle East, The Aslan, Reza 1/19/2012 A drastic shift is taking place in the Middle East. A new generation of youth are clamoring for their rights and freedoms – and they drastically outnumber their elders . Seventy-five percent of the population of the Middle East is under the age of 35 and fifty percent is under the age of 25. The young, educated, and politically motivated youth in places like Iran, Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and beyond have a new vision--one that represents their values, not the values of a ruling elite or of the generation that preceded them. Reza Aslan is a world renowned expert on the Middle East – it's history, economy, culture and populations. In this eye opening talk, Aslan goes b eyond skin-deep punditry and reveals the true nature of these historic societal changes. What motivates the Muslim youth of today? What will the new Middle East look like? How will these sudden regime changes affect the world's economic and political clim ate? With unparalleled authority and eloquence, Aslan unravels the complexities of the new Middle East and shows audiences what the future holds for this oft-misunderstood part of the world. Born in Iran, he now lives in Los Angeles where he is Associate Professor of Creative Writing at the University of California, Riverside
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2012
16952 Arab Spring: Revolution or Reformation? Aslan, Reza
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Three quarters of Muslims in the Middle East are young (18-35 years old), and today's communication technologies allow them to form a new kind of community that br idges ethnic, national, and sectarian borders. As these Muslims actively pursue democracy, the resulting changes--according to writer and religion scholar Reza Aslan, author of No god but God: The Origins, Evolution, and Future of Islam--will be as monume ntal as the Protestant Reformation was for Christianity. Karen Saupe hosts.

Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Inner Compass
15693 Umawit Sa Kagalakan (Sing for Joy) Ateneo Chamber Singers
Velasco, Jonathan, conductor
Capella of Calvin College
Navarro, Joel, conductor
9/26/2008 Aso sponsored by the Asian Health Outreach Foundation, Inc. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

14630 How to Write a Novel in Eighteen Years: Lessons for Aspiring Writers Athey, David 4/10/2008 The process of writing a novel can be mysterious, joyful, agonizing, and humorous. But how much time is too much time to devote to the process? Athey talks about his eightee n-year journey to the publication of his first novel and the lessons he learned along the way. Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2008
15695 Atlantic Brass Quintet, The Atlantic Brass Quintet 10/3/2008 concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Artist Series
14691 One or the Other Atta, Sefi 4/19/2008 How do writers negotiate questions of identity, especially when those identities cross cultural and religious boundaries? Nigerian writer Sefi Atta talks about how growing u p with a Christian mother and Muslim father and living in Mississippi after September 11 affects her work. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2008
1839 Discipline and Worship Augsburger, Daniel 5/12/1981 Response WILLIAM BOUWSMA


Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
3537 How to Raise Your Parents Augsburger, David 3/21/1979
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Chapel
5054 Disciples in a Secular Age Augsburger, Myron 5/26/1973
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Commencement
6386 Augustana Trio, 1 of 2 Augustana Trio 9/21/1988
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6387 Augustana Trio, 2 of 2 Augustana Trio 9/21/1988
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9306 Pilar Aguilar, Piano; Nancy Paddleford, Piano Auilar, Pilar; Paddleford, Nancy 3/14/1995 Piano Four Hands, Guest Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7934 Gayle Aukeman, Piano; John Slagter, Baritone Aukeman, Gayle; Slagter, John 4/16/1979
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7933 Gayle Aukeman, Piano; John Slagter, Baritone Aukeman, Gayle; Slagter, John 4/16/1979
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11531 Non-Western Christianity Ault, James; Hoogstra, Shirley; Lee, Won
#408 NON-WESTERN CHRISTIANITY
Now that white people no longer make up the majority of Christians around the world, Americans would do well to learn what is happening in t he rest of the Church. Hear host Shirley Hoogstra's discussion with Won Lee, professor of religion and theology at Calvin College, who grew up as a Christian in Korea, and James Ault, documentary filmmaker and sociologist, who shows some of his footage fr om Africa.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
12610 Student Activities at Taylor University Austin, Steve 4/2/2005
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Music, 2005
7300 Avant-Garde Concert Avant-Garde Concert 5/9/1974
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

18593 Writing Across Religion Avashti, Swati 4/12/2014


Festival of Faith & Writing, 2014
18547 Panel Avasthi, Swati; Perkins, Mitali; Munoz Ryan, Pam 4/11/2014


Festival of Faith & Writing, 2014
16304 Reading, A Avi 4/15/2010
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2010
16313 When Jesus Laughed Avi 4/15/2010 Avi considers the context of religion and faith in his historical novels and discusses whether a writer who is not religious can write about characters who are. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2010
13645 Ephesians: A Model of Integral (Holistic) Worship Avila, Mariano 1/27/2006 D3 Paul's letter to the Ephesians demonstrates that worship is an excellent way of expressing the deepest theological teachings and also of integrating them to everyday life . Actually, Ephesians shows that life is an act of worship. This session will open up this compelling book not only for preachers and teachers, but for all who long for a deeper biblical perspective on worship. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2006
14506 Holy Spirit and Worship, The Avila, Mariano 1/25/2008 We will explore the biblical teaching on the central role that the Holy Spirit plays in worship. Dependence and freedom, order and spontaneity, reverent silence and joyful n oise will be some of the paradoxes we will explore in the framework of Scripture. Our purpose is to inform some of our present-day worship practices and enrich, challenge, and transform them for the glory of the Lord we worship. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2008
1937 Contemporary Latin Hermeneutics Avila, Mariano 4/25/1995


Calvin Theological Sem. Special Lecture
15995 Preliminary Approaches to Spiritual Warfare in Worship Practices in Latin America Avila, Mariano 3/31/2009 Mariano Avila, Professor of New Testament at Calvin Theological Seminary, presents his research on Latin American worship practices. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Nagel Institute
14251 Political Roles of Evangelicals in Mexican Democracy from 1991 to the 2006 Presidential Elections Avila, Mariano 3/12/2007 Dr. Mariano Avila holds a Ph.D. Political Science and is a Professor of New Testament at Calvin Theological Seminary.

This lecture will address Mexican Evangelicals'

* Role in Mexican political history
* Participation in recent Mexican presidential elections
* Future role in Mexican public affairs
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Nagel Institute
16119 Worship: A Spring of Life and Shalom Avila, Mariano 1/29/2010
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2010
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
17431 Proclamation: "I AM..." Series - "I am the resurrection and the life" Avila, Mariano 3/29/2011 Video of a daily chapel services at Calvin College John 11:25
Audio-Visual (college) : Available for sale. Chapel
14308 What We are Hearing: Patterns and Priorities for Ministry Avila, Mariano
Nuomi, Setri
Mpindi Paul
6/9/2007 Panel Discussion
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
16145 Morning Worship Avila, Mariano; LOFT team 1/30/2010
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17551 Community Voices - Senior Stories: Michella Ayah ayah, Michella 4/14/2010 The daily chapel archive as recorded in .FLV files on DVD-ROM discs. Individual services can be requested on a DVD-Video, or the entire disc may be requested.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Chapel
16080 African Solutions for African Problems Ayittey, George 1/22/2010 Ghanaian economist at American University, recognized authority on Africa and Economic Development, and author of the influential book Africa Unchained . He has coined the t erm “the Hippo and Cheetah generations” referring to the old and new African elites. He focuses on bottom-up economics through “Cheetah Enterprises” – projects starting at the grassroots level that enable Africans to improve their quality of life. He speaks passionately about empowering Africans to take back Africa. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2010
16058 African Solutions for African Problems Ayittey, George
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People across Africa were actually living well until European colonialists took control of the natural resources to enhance their own wealth. Now that the occupiers are gone, new governments are still sending wealth offshore--into personal foreign bank accounts! Economist George Ayittey, President of the Free Africa Foundation and author of Africa Unchained: the Blueprint for Africa’s Future, shares his ideas for how Africa can take control of its own riches, starting in the village square. Karen Saupe hosts.

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13633 Gospel Choir Aymer, Albert J.D., Gospel Choir 1/26/2006 Session A1 Audio-Visual (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2006
13630 Last Thirty Years, The; What we've Learned Along the Way Aymer, Albert; Beach, Nancy; McLaren, Brian; Peterson, Eugene; Sibley, Larry; Witvliet, John; Zimmerman, Joyce 1/26/2006 Seminar 3 Host: John D. Witvliet with Albert Aymer, Nancy Beach, Brian McLaren, Eugene Peterson, Larry Sibley, Joyce Zimmerman
What a period of change we've all been li ving through! Arguably, Christian worship practices have changed more, and in more different directions, in the last forty years than in any single period, with the possible exception of the earliest days of the church. How we conceptualize this change 212;whether we see it as mostly good or mostly harmful—significantly affects the attitudes and trajectories of our ministries today. During the day, we will hear very different perspectives on the last forty years, with contributions from a post-Vat ican II Roman Catholic liturgical reformer (Joyce Zimmerman), an influential writer on Christian spirituality (Eugene Peterson), an Orthodox Presbyterian pastor who has engaged in significant historical study (Larry Sibley), and a leading theologian in th e Emergent church movement (Brian McLaren), a staff member at Willow Creek Community Church (Nancy Beach), and a seminary president and pastor (Albert Aymer). Beyond the descriptive history, the day's sessions will primarily seek to address the question o f what we have learned and how we have been growing as disciples of Jesus along the way.
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Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2006

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