Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Hungry for Worship Named 2014 Editor's Pick

Hungry for Worship: Challenges and Solutions for Today's Church (New Hope) was recently named by Worship Leader Magazine as an Editor's Pick for "2014 Best of Worship Books." Dr. Page and I are extremely humbled by this recognition and are thankful for the reception of Hungry for Worship.
"It is the mission of Worship Leader magazine to help church leaders shine a light on the triune God of the universe, so their communities are stirred to sing of his glory. The products we present in the Best of the Best are not the end result, but they represent an important aspect of communicating in a modern world. The mission is to lead people to Jesus. What should we use to accomplish this task? Anything and everything we can."                            – Jeremy Armstrong, Managing Editor

Other books receiving this recognition include:
  • Bach: Music in the Castle of Heaven, John Eliot Gardiner (Knoph)
  • For the Glory of God: Recovering a Biblical Theology of Worship, Daniel Block (Baker Academic Publishers)
  • Holy Communion in the Piety of the Reformed Church, Hughes Oliphant Old (Tolle Lege Press)
  • John:The Gospel of Wisdom, Michael Card (IVP)
  • Look and Live: Behold the Soul-Stirring, Sin-Destroying Glory of Christ, Matt Papa (Bethany House)
  • Shaping the Prayers of the People: The Art of Intercession, Samuel Wells and Abigail Kocher (Eerdmans)
  • The Beginner's Guide to Worshiping God, Gary Kinnaman (Bethany House)
  • The Case for the Psalms: Why They Are Essential, N.T. Wright (HarperOne)
  • The One Voice that Matters: What Worship Leaders Need to Hear from Their Shepherd, Jeanelle Reider (NCC Publishing)
  • The Well-Played Life: Why Pleasing God Doesn't Have to Be Such Hard Work, Leonard Sweet (Tyndale Momentum)
  • Worship and the Word: A Bible Study, Pamela Haddix (DPZ Technology)
You can check out the full issue at the following link: http://media.worshipleader.com/lib/2013oct/

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