Worship in the evangelical tradition is a blend of prepared and extempore contributions. It generally follows a set pattern, but openness to spontaneity is an essential ingredient. As in other traditions, ministers and worship leaders receive very little training in how to lead worship and this book meets a pressing need. A very practical resource, this book offers clear guidelines and a theological framework that genuinely embrace the characteristics of evangelical worship.Prayer is an activity in which we communicate with God and God communicates with us. In worship, we pray together and ... This is one reason why leading worship is a ministry, a service to God and to others. We sacrifice our own needs andanbsp;...
|Author||:||Christopher John Ellis|
|Publisher||:||Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd - 2008-09-01|