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A Worship Handbook

It is both an honour and a privilege to be called to lead others in  worship of God but so often this call is accompanied by feelings of  inadequacy, self-doubt, and even fear. This handbook deals honestly  with these issues and reflects on some Biblical characters who had  similar reservations when they received God’s call to service.   It’s a book for worshippers and for those who lead worship. It seeks to  offer some practical advice and guidance to both worship leaders and  worship teams to help and encourage in areas such as: planning and  leading the worship time; facilitating Spirit-led worship that flows;  recognising hindrances to worshipping freely; knowing what, when  and if you should speak during the worship time; leading worship in  small groups; rehearsals.  Above all I hope that it will help release the reader into greater depths  of freedom and intimacy, and better equip those who lead others in  worship as they respond to God’s call and invitation to worship Him in  Spirit and in truth. Martin Jones “Martin, in his new book “Called to Worship” gets out of the way and  makes much of Jesus. It can be read in an afternoon, but it takes  thousands of afternoons to distill such lessons. Spiritual truths  underpin this practical guide - as useful for worship teams and  worship leaders as for worshippers. Thank you Martin for the book;  it’s a little gem.”  Simon Ponsonby Pastor of Theology, St Aldates, Oxford
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Called to Worship - a practical guide for those involved in leading worship
Called to Worship
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Welcome

A Worship

Handbook

It is both an honour and a  privilege to be called to  lead others in worship of  God but so often this call  is accompanied by  feelings of inadequacy,  self-doubt, and even fear.  This handbook deals  honestly with these issues  and reflects on some  Biblical characters who  had similar reservations  when they received God’s  call to service.   It’s a book for worshippers and for those who lead worship. It  seeks to offer some practical advice and guidance to both  worship leaders and worship teams to help and encourage in  areas such as: planning and leading the worship time; facilitating  Spirit-led worship that flows; recognising hindrances to  worshipping freely; knowing what, when and if you should speak  during the worship time; leading worship in small groups;  rehearsals.  Above all I hope that it will help release the reader into greater  depths of freedom and intimacy, and better equip those who lead  others in worship as they respond to God’s call and invitation to  worship Him in Spirit and in truth.   Martin Jones “Martin, in his new book “Called to Worship” gets out of the way  and makes much of Jesus. It can be read in an afternoon, but it  takes thousands of afternoons to distill such lessons. Spiritual  truths underpin this practical guide - as useful for worship teams  and worship leaders as for worshippers. Thank you Martin for the  book; it’s a little gem.”  Simon Ponsonby Pastor of Theology, St Aldates, Oxford
worship called to worship book
Called to Worship - a practical guide for those involved in leading worship
Extracts from the book On this website you will find extracts from the book under the following headings:
Buy The Book Home
Called to  Worship Home About The book Contact

Welcome

A Worship Handbook

It is both an honour and a  privilege to be called to lead  others in worship of God but so often this call is accompanied  by feelings of inadequacy, self-  doubt, and even fear. This  handbook deals honestly with  these issues and reflects on  some Biblical characters who  had similar reservations when  they received God’s call to  service.   It’s a book for worshippers and  for those who lead worship. It  seeks to offer some practical  advice and guidance to both  worship leaders and worship  teams to help and encourage  in areas such as: planning and  leading the worship time;  facilitating Spirit-led worship  that flows; recognising  hindrances to worshipping  freely; knowing what, when  and if you should speak during  the worship time; leading worship  in small groups; rehearsals.  Above all I hope that it will help release the reader into greater depths of freedom and  intimacy, and better equip those who lead others in worship as they respond to God’s  call and invitation to worship Him in Spirit and in truth.   Martin Jones “Martin, in his new book “Called to Worship” gets out of the way and makes much of  Jesus. It can be read in an afternoon, but it takes thousands of afternoons to distill  such lessons. Spiritual truths underpin this practical guide - as useful for worship  teams and worship leaders as for worshippers. Thank you Martin for the book; it’s a  little gem.”  Simon Ponsonby Pastor of Theology, St Aldates, Oxford
worship called to worship book
Called to Worship - a practical guide for those involved in leading worship
Extracts from the book On this website you will find extracts from the book under the following headings:
Buy The Book Home