From the Head to the Heart
This fall, the Samford University Center for Worship and the Arts is partnering with the Frances Marlin Mann Center for Leadership and Ethics to provide a community-based service cadre to School of the Arts students called the Alabama Black Belt Music Exchange.
What Happens When You Stop
Our world has come to a screeching halt. And while skies are clearer and oceans are cleaner, our lives feel emptier. We miss being with our friends physically. We miss sharing meals and being in one another’s homes. Even as some of these things slowly return, we feel like we’re gaining a bit of our soul back.
Praying the Headlines
Each week on Wednesday, we release a 4-5 minute guided prayer activity for you to use personally or disseminate among your constituency.
QuaranTeen: Worshiping with Teenagers Online
Like everyone, I have spent the last three weeks watching online worship services, participating in online worship services, and observing thoughts, comments, and conversations about the new reality of worship in a pandemic.
Resources for Teenagers and Worship During a Pandemic (COVID-19)
In recent weeks, our country has watched the weight of a global crisis become even more pronounced.
Lessons from Liz Vice
In our lunch and conversation event, Liz discussed her story, her journey to being a professional musician, and discerning calling in life, among other things.
Rethinking Worship for Racial Reconciliation Sunday
Many churches reflect the homogenous communities in which they live. These communities also reflect a history of systemic segregation and, as Dr. King noted, it is a segregation most visible during the hour of worship on a Sunday morning. Though he delivered these words to “Meet the Press” back in 1960, Dr. King’s words still ring true today.