Diverse Worship Matters Video Series

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Diverse Worship Matters Video Series

What do you think of when you think of worship? How does musical worship contribute to our discipleship, our community and our mission?

This 4-video series will help your ministry understand the value of diverse worship and encourage you to participate in God's diverse kingdom now. Use them to spark conversation, introduce your ministries commitment to diverse worship, and most of all to inspire worship of our God!

Note: these videos can also be used with the Diverse Worship Matters workbook curriculum


Summary Video

This 4-minute video gives a short overview of the entire series. It is ideal for a concise explanation of diverse worship at a church service, large group, conference or retreat. 

Video 1 – "Appreciating our worship home cooking"

What do you think of when you think of worship? What is "normal" worship? This video invites us into a journey of diverse worship by opening our eyes to our own worship home cooking. 


Video 2 – "Experiencing other worship home cooking"

When was the last time you experienced a different worship culture? This video challenges us to expand our view of God's kingdom by stepping into new worship settings.


Video 3 – "Offering a Diversity of Worship Home Cooking"

What would it look like if our worship was welcoming to those who are different from us? This video encourages us to extend hospitality and invite people from every nation, tribe, and tongue into worship.


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Andy Kim serves as the Multiethnic Resource Director for InterVarsity Multiethnic Initiatives and Associate Director for InterVarsity Creative Labs.

He is passionate about the intersection between ministry, technology, and innovation as well as developing resources to equip students, faculty, staff, and alumni to reach people of every ethnicity and culture with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He previously served as the director of intercultural development at Trinity International University, a campus minister at Northwestern University, and as part of the worship team for the Urbana 12 Student Missions Conference.

He holds an MDIV from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, a BA from Northwestern University, and lives in Urbana, IL with his wife, Madeline, and son, Joseph.

InterVarsity’s Multiethnic Initiatives Department provides training and resources to help our movement reach students and faculty of every ethnicity and culture.

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