Item description for The Next Voice You Hear: Sermons We Preach Together by David Steele...
Overview This book is a collection of dramatic, participatory sermons, which involve members of the congregation in the the act of preaching. These readings, dramas, and dialogue sermons are the results of experiments in "preaching with more than one voice" at David Steele's church in California.
This book is a collection of dramatic, participatory sermons that involve members of the congregation in the act of preaching. These readings, dramas, and dialogue sermons are the results of experiments at the author's own church. When he and his congregation tried preaching together with "more than one voice," they found themselves being touched by God's grace in unusual and dramatic ways.
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Studio: Geneva Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.52" Width: 5.02" Height: 0.44" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 1999
Publisher Geneva Press
ISBN 0664500404 ISBN13 9780664500405
Availability 138 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 25, 2016 03:35.
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More About David Steele
David Steele is Pastor Emeritus of Christ Presbyterian Church in Terra Linda, San Rafael, Callifornia. He is the author of several books, a frequent public speaker and retreat leader, and columnist for "The Presbyterian Outlook".
Reviews - What do customers think about The Next Voice You Hear: Sermons We Preach Together?
Wonderful drama for worship Aug 12, 2000
This book has been a wonderful addition to our worship services. The dramas are often funny always touching and I have had many comments indicating that the message was heard more clearly than it would have been in any sermon I could write. Do yourself and your congregation a favor and buy and use this book. I suggest that you start with Send Claude!