Chris Voigt | Everyday Worship: Living to Capture the Heart of God
Use: What do you think of when you hear the word “worship”?
Worship service … worship ministry … worship pastor … worship music? Our tip-of-the tongue answers seem shaped by the idea that “worship” is an activity, an event, a style, a role. It’s time for some fresh perspective.
In his debut book, worship leader and speaker Chris Voigt gives us just that. He challenges us to consider that worship is more than “that thing we do at church.” Every moment, every day, whether we’re mired in the mundane or experiencing great adventures with God, we are to be worshipers. We were designed to bring delight to the heart of God. Not just on Sundays, or only when we sing. Join Chris in exploring what God’s Word says about living in a way that captures the heart of our Father. Worship is not just the stuff of Sunday morning services. It is so, so much more!
Calvin Institute of Christian Worship | Psalms for All Seasons
Use: Christmas gift idea for anyone who loves the Psalms. Psalms for All Seasons: A Complete Psalter for Worship explores the biblical Psalms’ spiritual vitality, rugged beauty, and enduring pastoral relevance allowing them to continue to shape and nourish worshiping communities worldwide.
This new resource provides one of the largest collections of psalms for worship ever published. Includes all 150 psalms, most in multiple formats. For each psalm:
• Its actual biblical text with pointing for responsive reading or chanting
• From 1-15 resources, including metrical hymns, contemporary, global, chant, and responsorial settings
• A brief introduction, a prayer that responds to the psalm, suggestions for use in worship, and more
• Edited by Martin Tel, Joyce Borger, and John D. Witvliet
Integrity Music/David C Cook | The Same Love: A Devotion
The love is calling us all by name …
Use: This book is a collection of moments, a progression of thoughts and prayers different from the lyrics but the same as the songs. This is not a devotional, or a book that describes something. This is a devotion—a book that is something.
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