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Worship Frames: How We Shape and Interpret Our Experience of God

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Worship is a congregation's most important practice. In worship we encounter God's gracious presence and come face to face with the frailty, goodness, and potential of our humanity. We are comforted, corrected, forgiven, healed, challenged, and sometimes even disturbed by the divine and one another. We are morally formed and sent by God into the world. The mysterious and u ...more
Hardcover, 129 pages
Published September 16th 2008 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (first published January 1st 2008)
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Rev. Sharon Wylie
Feb 02, 2013 rated it liked it
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At 112 pages, this book is an easy read, and could easily be summarized in an in-depth article, or in a chapter in a broader book on worship. The concepts present here haven't transformed how I think about worship, but they do provide a useful new lens and language for thinking about my order of service.

I wouldn't call this a "must read," but I think it is a helpful book if you have a pretty solid worship foundation and are looking to make refinements. There is also good conversation here about
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