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Accelerating diversity of lifestyles has created a crisis for worship designers. One size does not fit all. No worship service can be "blended" to address the complete needs of a congregation. Moreover, church "shopping" is ending as people are choosing a worship service that directly meets their fundamental anxieties about life (regardless of style). Learn to use lifestyle information in worship planning to design a service that truly reaches the people in your community.
This book explains why people worship and guides leaders to design relevant worship services that address people's sense of urgency. It is both practical and theological. The decline of worship attendance in all denominations, and across all "traditional" or "contemporary" styles, is reshaping the quest for relevance. Church leaders are turning away from methods to outcomes. People will only participate in worship if it really matters to the fundamental issues that they face.
Number of Pages: 216
Vendor: Abingdon Press
|Publication Date: 2014|
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· Lucinda comes to coaching and vocational mentoring with over 30 years of local church experience from a micro sized congregation to multiple staff large church senior pastorate, to District Superintendent and former Executive Pastor of Worship and Ministerial Development at the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection. Lucinda currently as a popular consultant/coach in the Missouri and Great Plains Area of the UMC, as well as a part-time Pastor for Churches in transition. Rev. Holmes coaches and mentors others to their unique call of God resulting in the growth and vitality of congregations and their clergy leaders.
· Lucinda Holmes received her coaching credentials from the Arbinger Institute, well-known for leadership in large corporations in the business sector, non-profits and the US Military. She is a graduate of the NewWay School of Spiritual Direction.
· Rev. Holmes has taught worship workshops in the Oklahoma Conference, a National workshop for Abingdon Press, and the Leadership Institute of United Methodist Church of the Resurrection.
· Rev. Holmes graduated with a Masters of Divinity from Perkins School of Theology, SMU, and was bestowed the Honorary Doctor of Divinity from her alma mater United Methodist Oklahoma City University.