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Overview The former editor of "Worship Leader" magazine offers an insider explanation of the ins and outs of worship trends. Covering contemporary issues faced by Christians today, Redman explains the issues at stake and provides tools to make worship decisions. No other book covers the spiritual, psychological, and theological aspects of worship in the postmodern era.
Publishers Description In this helpful (and much-needed) book, author Robb Redman-pastor, consultant, and educator-offers a unique insider's explanation of the ins and outs of Christian worship trends. The book explores the four major developments that comprise what he calls the "worship awakening": the seeker service movement, the "praise and worship" movement, the Christian worship music industry, and the liturgical renewal movement. Redman explains that these trends offer important examples and lessons for established churches. The Great Worship Awakening also includes helpful guidance for congregations who are considering making changes to their current worship style.
Citations And Professional Reviews The Great Worship Awakening: Singing a New Song in the Postmodern Church by Redman has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Publishers Weekly - 09/30/2002
PW Notes and Reprints - 09/30/2002 page 68
Books & Culture - 09/01/2003 page 31
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Robb Redman is a leading consultant for churches involved in worship redesign and innovation and has served as a consulting editor for Worship Leader magazine. Currently a pastor of Forest Hills Presbyterian Chruch in Helotes, Texas, a suburb of San Antonio, he was a vice president at Maranatha! Music and formerly director of the Doctor of Ministry program at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California.