A stirring gospel anthem; a thought-provoking sermon; a stained glass window depicting the "cloud of witnesses" in God's Word . . . each draws us into worship of a different kind. Rognlien challenges pastors to build worship services that involve volition (heart); emotion (soul); intellect (mind); and body (strength). Provocative, practical, and applicable in any denominational setting. 233 pages, softcover from NavPress.
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Date:September 17, 2005
David R. Bess
This book focuses on engaging the body, mind, heart and will in a total worship experience. Regardless of our worship heritage, I am confident this title will in some way broaden our horizons when it comes to worship. The points made here by Rognlien don't really conform to any particular worship tradition. Instead, his comments transcend worship traditions, drawing upon the best of several and offering fresh new insights as well.This title would definitely be helpful to a minister of worship or a worship leader.