: Worship Matters: Leading Others to Encounter the Greatness of God (): Bob Kauflin, Paul Baloche: Books. In Bob Kauflin, a pastor with Sovereign Grace Churches and Director of Sovereign Grace Music, wrote Worship Matters: Leading Others to Encounter the . In , Bob Kauflin wrote Worship Matters: Leading Others to Encounter the Greatness of God, in which he sought to connect a biblical theology of worship with.
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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. This is no surprise as his writing is rich with scriptural references and one of his fundamental perspectives is that the worship leader, just as all followers of Christ, should first seek to be a theologian. While more needs to be said on this subject, this is mattrs wonderful place to start.
He spends the next several chapters exegeting his own statement, exploring kauflij giving insight phrase by phrase. That’s why biblical worship is God-focused God is clearly seenGod-centered God is clearly the priorityand God-exalting God is clearly honored. Oct 03, Matt Tyler rated it it was amazing Shelves: The book is rooted in the Gospel, robust in theology, and well-written. It appeared to be a stuffy, boring treatise on using music in a church to worship God.
Thanks Bob Kauflin for serving the church with this book. One of the ways he says he ensures he follows this bib in the songs he chose for his own church is that when he finds out about new songs he always goes though the words before he listens to the song.
Without mattrs these questions, one may assume that applauding a musical performance is more in keeping with Scripture than not applauding special music–but the assumption would be ill-considered.
We learn that music isn’t an end in itself but rather a means of expressing the worship already present in our hearts through the new life we’ve received in Jesus Christ. A faithful worship leader magnifies the greatness of God in Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit by skillfully combining God’s Word with music, thereby motivating the gathered church to proclaim the gospel, to cherish God’s presence, and to live for God’s glory.
It has a lot of principles you can extract to apply to your Christian life. We’re good theologians if what we say and think about God lines up with what Scripture says and affirms.
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Jul 30, Daunavan Buyer rated it it was amazing Shelves: A brilliant and absolutely must-have resource for anyone involved in worship ministry. First, most of the book is not about musical style. He rightly includes preaching as part of worship; he does not limit worship to the musical part of the service alone. Traditional is not a sufficient standard for a church’s music ministry. This book brilliantly explains the role of worship in the corporate church will emphasizing the true importance of worship as a personal lifestyle.
As a long time worship leader, this is the book I enthusiastically recommend on the topic – get it and read it. It’s about who we are before God. In the midst of a culture that glorifies our pitiful accomplishments in countless ways, we gather each week to proclaim God’s wondrous deeds and to glory in his supreme value. The extreme end of being skillful can lead to pride though, which is a theme Kauflin often challenges the reader on. The following eleven chapters expand on the particulars of this definition.
This is a great book for pastors, worship leaders, and worship teams. Kauflin is careful enough with the content of the music in the worship services he leads that it is possible that the content of his worship music may be more substantial than the gospel songs that many musical conservatives employ.
May 12, Michelle L. To lack an kaudlin level of skill will detract from wholly worshipping God. Kaurlin is holy, holy, holy. We subtly take pride in our worship, our singing, our playing, our planning, our performance, our leadership. The first deals with the worship leaders in five short chapters. Just a ,atters while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Ultimately we separate ourselves from kwuflin God who drew us to worship him in the first place. Bob Kauflin finds a great balance here. Kauflin defines the task of the worship leader as follows: The penultimate section of Worship Matters deals with tensions e. Music ministry should not be emotionally manipulative. Extremely well-written in a most enjoyable and readable style, Kauflin has presented the church with powerful direction for a new generation of worship bb.
But for the most part Kauflin’s handling of tensions is well done.
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It is a great centering area of the book for worship leaders to ruminate on even before proceeding further along in the book. From the very beginning, the writer points us past the show and glamour of the stage and the Kaufiln morning presentation to the important things. Awesome-highly recommended for anyone involved in worship ministry-really practical and yet also challenges you to have the right heart n motivation and reminds you where to keep the focus!
Worship Matters is more than just another book about worship, and it is more than a little commentary and list of suggestions on how to “do music” better. It’s doing it until you can’t get it wrong. Or if we express fervent love for God but present vague, inaccurate, or incomplete ideas of him to those we’re leading, our worship will be emotional but misleading–and possibly idolatrous. I would advise this book to pretty much anyone, especially if you lead or are a part mayters a worship team.
He encourages right relationships first. He calls on worship leaders and band members to avoid sensuality in both their dress blb “vocal inflections” He wants musicians to worahip proficient but not to show off.
In order to do this, the worship leader is urged to be wosrhip involved with the people of the church. This is an excellent book for anyone who desires to think more about corporate worship.
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