Four important ministries comprise the work of the church: preaching, teaching, music---and ushering! Prepared in consultation with congregations of all sizes and denominations, Enlow's guide offers your "doorkeepers" practical and biblical advice about their duties, organization, dress, personal attitudes, and more. Ideal for small groups or individual study. 68 pages, softcover from WingSpread.
Church Usher: Servant of God (A Concise Ministry Manual) Updated Edition by David R. Enlow is a brief concise book 68 pages in length that give the church a good look at an often overlooked vital ministry within the church. In the past, the role of the church usher has often been underestimated by church leadership. Anyone can help do this job some say. Proven methods of effective ushering is a concept, but the ministry of ushering takes on new dignity and in this practical and biblically based study prepared in consultation with ushers from small to large churches. Church Usher: Servant of God may be used as a self-improvement study for individuals or taught in a class setting. Head ushers will find it an excellent reference tool for the execution of their duties for their team. Each short chapter ends with a summary and thought provoking questions to stir discussion and to help with further study.
David R. Enlow was for fifteen years the director of publications for Chrsitian Business Men's Copmmittee International. He also served as associate editor of iAlliance Lifei magazine. Now retired, he and his wife Dorothy reside in Orlando, Florida, where they are members of the Westwood Church of the C&MA.