Hungry for Worship


Practical. Timely. Solutions.
for worship leaders and pastors

Your church, whatever size, can experience transformational worship in the face of cultural shifts. With balance, Drs. Frank Page and Lavon Gray share ten points to evaluate worship practices, weather change, and satisfy our hunger for worship, including perspectives on: Theological Distinctiveness, Music Minister’s Calling, Leader Training, Modern Choirs, Multiethnic Worship, Consumerism, Age-Segregated Worship, and more.

Hungry for Worship takes a provocative look at 10 specific worship challenges facing churches—regardless of church size—over the next decade. Through a balance of historical perspective, theological truth, and practical experience, Frank Page and L. Lavon Gray encourage pastors and those responsible for leading worship to evaluate their worship in light of these challenges. Offering practical ideas, pastors and worship leaders can ensure their church is positioned to weather the changes of pop culture and experience healthy worship.

What others are saying...


“There are some books that must be written. This is one of them! The balance of blessing and warning of worship will help many.”
—Johnny Hunt, pastor, First Baptist Church, Woodstock, Georgia; former president of Southern Baptist Convention

“For all called to serve Christ through the church, this book will help shape our service as we lead others to experience true worship of God.”
—Wanda Lee, executive director, Woman’s Missionary Union
 
“Hungry for Worship is insightful and informative, and it makes a valuable contribution to the conversations we are having.”
—Daniel L. Akin, president, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, North Carolina

Dr. L. Lavon Gray serves as Minister of Music & Worship at First Baptist Church of Jackson, Mississippi, giving leadership to one of the largest worship ministries in the United States. In addition to thirty years of local church ministry, Gray served as associate dean of the School of Music at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, where he continues to serve as associate professor of worship studies in the largest training program for worship leaders in the world.  A highly sought-after speaker, teacher and worship leader, he has led worship and taught across the United States and around the world. He and his wife, Wendy, live in Jackson, Mississippi, with their three daughters: Kayla, Lizzie and Katibeth.

Dr. Frank S. Page is a proven leader both among his peers and those he shepherds. Having served as the president of a large evangelical entity, he has also served as a pastor of a more than 4,500-member church. He is currently the president of the Executive Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention, and his speaking schedule has taken him around the world. He is also the author of several books including The Nehemiah Factor, Trouble with the Tulip, Jonah (for The New American Commentary), The Incredible Shrinking Church, Commentary on Mark, and The Witnessing and Giving Life. He has served as the lead writer for the Advanced Continuing Witness Training materials. Page currently resides in Franklin, Tennessee, with his wife, Dayle.
 
 

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