The New Worship: Straight Talk on Music and the Church

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Baker Books, 2001 - Music - 272 pages
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This expanded edition offers practical advice for centering worship styles on praise, fellowship, and evangelism. It helps pastors, worship leaders, and musicians guide the scope and direction of their worship program as they navigate changes, resolve conflicts, and use a blend of both traditional and nontraditional music in praise formats.
 

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The New Worship, expanded edition, is a practical book that gives workable suggestions for worship; presents contemporary trends; gives advice for handling conflict over music; answers hard questions ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
9
FreeFlowing Praise
53
Journey into the Holy of Holies
67
Designing the Service
77
Drama Scripture Technology
91
Inspiring the Peoples Song
101
Christs Action and Our Response
141
Worship That Models the Purpose of
161
Peter
177
Paul
189
Volunteer and Staff Relations
209
Identifying and Attracting Worship Musicians
219
Why Seminaries Should Teach Worship
229
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About the author (2001)

Barry Liesch is a professor of music at Biola University and has served as music/worship director for a number of churches. He has written People in the Presence of God as well as numerous journal articles. Liesch lives in California.

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