Leading Worship in a Post-Christian, Low-Biblical Literacy Age
Practical Lessons from Church History about the Catechetical Dimensions of Worship.
When we gather for worship, we long to have many people present who do not yet know the Bible well. We also long to have life-long worshipers, including our children and youth, come to know the Bible well. How can worship be led in ways that embrace these goals, in ways that foster greater love for and knowledge of God's word? How can church history challenge us to imagine very practical ways of shaping warm, instructive, life-giving worship practices?
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