The Formational Power of Worship: Leading Your Community with Intention
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The Formational Power of Worship: Leading Your Community with Intention  -     By: Timothy Brooks

The Formational Power of Worship: Leading Your Community with Intention

Foundry Publishing / 2020 / Paperback

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Title: The Formational Power of Worship: Leading Your Community with Intention
By: Timothy Brooks
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Foundry Publishing
Publication Date: 2020
Weight: 8 ounces
ISBN: 0834137887
ISBN-13: 9780834137882
Stock No: WW4137882

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Why do we do what we do in worship? Why do we sing, read Scripture, and preach sermons?The Formational Power of Worship contends that these questions and others like them are the very ones pastors, musicians, and other ministry leaders should be asking. For these leaders, meaningful worship can also be intentional worship, engaging both the heart and the mind so that people can be shaped into disciples of Christ. This book invites you to begin this journey of why by examining different elements of worship and exploring how they can better become formational moments in the life of the church.

Author Bio

TIMOTHY BROOKS is the lead pastor at Crossroads Church of the Nazarene in Ellicott City, Maryland. He holds a BA and an MA from Olivet Nazarene University as well as an MDiv and a DMin from Nazarene Theological Seminary. He is a coeditor for Preacher s Magazine as well as a regular contributor to Holiness Today and the Foundry s Community blog. His favorite hobby is coaching youth and high school sports, especially when it allows him to spend time with his daughters.

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