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Recovering Intentional Worship

Recovering Intentional Worship: Some Things to Consider Including in Your Church Service

Authored by David de Bruyn

The worship of the evangelical church has been ravaged by the triviality and banality of popular culture, the unanswerable appeal of pragmatism, and the ubiquitous presence of entertainment. The pastor who cares about offering God the worship He deserves faces the same question: is it too broken to fix? Do I start over? Do I steadily repair what is broken? In this booklet, David de Bruyn hopes to highlight the benefits of certain worship practices that are sometimes missing from the free-worship traditions in order to show how a wise use of these practices can only improve the worship we offer God.

Table of Contents | Introduction | Conclusion |

Publication Date: Jul 15 2011
ISBN/EAN13:0982458215 / 9780982458211
Page Count:42
Binding Type: US Trade Paper
Trim Size: 5″ x 8″
Language: English
Color: Black and White
Related Categories: Religion / Christian Rituals & Practice / Worship & Liturgy