Mastering Worship (Mastering Ministry Series)
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Three worship leaders share their insights & experience in how to lead people in meaningful worship, covering such areas as approaching worship creatively, personal preparation, harmony of worship, & special audiences.
The Mastering Ministry Series covers the various challenges of a ministry encounters and teaches how to deal with them-one subject at a time. Mastering Ministry is a perfect "survival guide" for today's pastor addressing relevant topics such as worship, preaching, controversies, evangelism, church management, pastoral care, fundraising and personal growth.
Jack Hayford was the founding pastor of the 12,000-member The Church On The Way which he pastored until recently, chancellor of the King's Seminary in Los Angeles, and president of The International Church of the Foursquare Gospel. He has written more than 36 books and 600 hymns and choruses. His daily radio and weekly television programs reach nationally and globally. This "Pastor to Pastors" now focuses his ministry chiefly on issues of church leadership and on expanded outreach to denominational and interdenominational gatherings at colleges, seminaries, parachurch and other organizations around the world. He and his wife, Anna, live near Los Angeles, California.- Publisher.
John Killinger, who holds doctorates in both theology and literature, has taught courses in the theological aspects of contemporary literature at Vanderbilt University, the University of Chicago, City College of New York, and Stamford University. An ordained clergyman, he has been a minister in parishes in Virginia and California, and presently serves as the minister of the Little Stone Church, a resort parish on Mackinac Island, Michigan. Among his many publications are several books in the field of literary criticism, including "Hemingway and the Dead Gods" and T"he Failure of Theology in Mo