Item description for Church Usher: Servant Of God by David R. Enlow...
Overview In the past, the role of church usher has often been underestimated by church leadership. But the ministry of ushering takes on new dignity in this practical and biblically based study prepared in consultation with ushers from small to large churches.
May be used as a self-improvement study for individuals or taught in a class setting. Head ushers will find it an excellent reference tool for the execution of their duties.
Publishers Description "Church Usher: Servant of God" (A Concise Ministry Manual) Updated Edition by David R. Enlow is a brief concise book 68 pages in length that give the church a good look at an often overlooked vital ministry within the church. In the past, the role of the church usher has often been underestimated by church leadership. Anyone can help do this job some say. Proven methods of effective ushering is a concept, but the ministry of ushering takes on new dignity and in this practical and biblically based study prepared in consultation with ushers from small to large churches. "Church Usher: Servant of God" may be used as a self-improvement study for individuals or taught in a class setting. Head ushers will find it an excellent reference tool for the execution of their duties for their team. Each short chapter ends with a summary and thought provoking questions to stir discussion and to help with further study.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.28" Width: 5.28" Height: 0.19" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2006
Publisher Christian Publications
ISBN 1600661785 ISBN13 9781600661785
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More About David R. Enlow
David R. Enlow was for fifteen years the director of publications for Chrsitian Business Men's Copmmittee International. He also served as associate editor of iAlliance Lifei magazine. Now retired, he and his wife Dorothy reside in Orlando, Florida, where they are members of the Westwood Church of the C&MA.
David R. Enlow currently resides in Orlando, in the state of Florida.
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GREAT book!!! Sep 4, 2002
The best book I've yet read on the September 11 attacks. Amy Bartlett makes me feel I'm there. Great writing, a moving style, and genuine insight into the tragic events of that day. By all means pick up a copy and read it!
Amy got it right! Aug 22, 2002
As one who was THERE, laboring for two weeks at ground zero as a firefighter and chaplain from Colorado, I can say without hesitation that Amy Bartlett captured the moment within the pages of her wonderful book.
I was moved to tears over and over as I read her descriptions of New Yorkers' reactions to this disaster. Amy allowed us to get inside her skin and relive this event as one who actually lived in Manhattan. I came as a volunteer, and only briefly touched the lives of ordinary people who lived through this. While my time was with the rescue workers, her focus was on the thousands of ordinary people who lost loved ones, and had to find the strength to go on living long after the last body part was recovered, and the last wreckage was removed.
Anyone who desires to drink deeply from the cup of sorrow endured by so many, and yet also drink freely from the waters of hope and renewal, should read this important book. History will record the facts of this tragedy, but Amy's book will forever capture the heart of the people, and their struggle to regain that which was lost. Her words give us strength to rise out of the ashes of the rubble and take the hand of God, who will never let go.
Superb Reading Aug 21, 2002
I was a police officer in Maryland in the fall of 2001. I was privileged to command a group of officers from my agency for three days in New York during the relief effort.
Being there was a life-altering event. Reading this book brought all those feelings back. It is a cliché but in this instance an apt one, this book is a MUST read.
A 9/11 "being there" book - a good gift Mar 4, 2002
The book captures the "being-there" feelings that relate to the 9/11 event and directs these feelings and experiences into paths that can bring the reader closer to God. The author makes the story personal without being too personal. It's a "just right" way to tell a story that would make any writer wonder where to begin. Amy Bartlett's recollection of her own 9/11 day was a good way to set the scene and to introduce herself and her pertinent thoughts. She provides a selection of personal stories gained from interviewing others, a fair sampling of the many many stories that this day caused. We will all remember "where we were when..." This is a good gift book - especially for a New Yorker to give to a non-New Yorker.
Outstanding Book on the Sept 11th Disaster Feb 11, 2002
This book is a must read. Once you pick it up you won't be able to put it down. The author has captured the essence of what really happened at ground zero. The stories are very intense. She has interviewed survivors, police, rescue workers, fireman and Lisa Beamer.