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The New Worship: Straight Talk on Music and the Church epub ebook

by Donald Hustad,Barry Wayne Liesch

The New Worship: Straight Talk on Music and the Church epub ebook

Author: Donald Hustad,Barry Wayne Liesch
Category: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Baker Books; Expanded edition (May 21, 2001)
Pages: 272 pages
ISBN: 0801063566
ISBN13: 978-0801063565
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 290
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The New Worship: Straight. has been added to your Cart. Only one book speaks with equal authority on issues of worship planning and practice, history, theology, and the spiritual formation of worshipers: The New Worship

The New Worship: Straight. Only one book speaks with equal authority on issues of worship planning and practice, history, theology, and the spiritual formation of worshipers: The New Worship. -Sally Morgenthaler, author, Worship Evangelism: Inviting Unbelievers into the Presence of God. "A commendable job of carefully listening to the various textual communities within the contemporary landscape while weaving a solid fabric of biblical exegesis and commonsense application.

The New Worship: Straight Talk on Music and the Church. Field-tested in seminars, church retreats, and undergraduate and graduate college classrooms, this book has been greatly shaped by the concerns of many individuals

The New Worship: Straight Talk on Music and the Church. by Barry Wayne Liesch and Donald Hustad. Field-tested in seminars, church retreats, and undergraduate and graduate college classrooms, this book has been greatly shaped by the concerns of many individuals. I hope the Questions for Reflection and Discussion at the end of each chapter will spark lively and constructive discussion between pastors and musicians, students and teachers.

The New Worship book. New Worship, The, exp. e. Straight Talk on Music and the Church. 0801063566 (ISBN13: 9780801063565).

Barry Liesch is a professor of music at Biola University and has served as music/worship director for a number of churches

Barry Liesch is a professor of music at Biola University and has served as music/worship director for a number of churches. He has written People in the Presence of God as well as numerous journal articles. Liesch lives in California. Библиографические данные. The New Worship: Straight Talk on Music and the Church.

New Worship, The, exp. Donald P. Hustad, Barry Wayne Liesch. This is the author, Barry Liesch, writing. great book for worship leaders. com User, December 3, 2007. I definitely recommend this book to worship leaders and pastors. It's a smooth read, interesting, and very useful. It's not very expensive and the author himself is very qualified and has a great humble heart. Chapters 1, 2, 6, 10, and 11 are new or virtually new. All the other chapters (16 in all) are enhanced too.

Shows pastors how to balance new worship ideas with the traditional while focusing on the purpose of praise and fellowship. Olive Tree Bible Maps.

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Straight Talk on Music and the Church. by Barry Wayne Liesch Author · Donald Hustad Author of introduction, etc. ebook. Barry Liesch is a professor of music at Biola University and has served as music/worship director for a number of churches. More about Barry Wayne Liesch. New here? Learn how to read digital books for free. Church Administration. Church Institutions & Organizations. Barry Liesch, Barry Wayne Liesch, Donald P Hustad. Shows pastors how to balance new worship ideas with the traditional while focusing on the purpose of praise and fellowship

Straight Talk on Music and the Church. 14-day refund guarantee and more. 21-day refund guarantee and more. Included with your book. Shows pastors how to balance new worship ideas with the traditional while focusing on the purpose of praise and fellowship. Every textbook comes with a 21-day "Any Reason" guarantee. Published by Baker Books.

Barry Liesch, a professor of music at Biola University, helps his readers to grasp that fact and it's implications for worship in the church today. This is a one-of-a-kind book for many kinds of readers in all kinds of churches. It offers biblical perspective, historical awareness, musical and artistic sensitivity, authentic reverence, and creative stimulation for worship leaders, church musicians, study groups, pastors, worship committees, and a host of others who are interested in appreciating and renewing worship according to biblical models.

Shows pastors how to balance new worship ideas with the traditional while focusing on the purpose of praise and fellowship.
Reviews (7)
Jan
This book showed me so many enlightened and educated views on controversal topics of Worship. This book also covers most of the basics of most types of worship services. Its a great book and everyone in a worship band or in leadership should make it a point to read this as part of their job.

Bukelv
The book is a good summary of the issues facing the church in the type of music to be sung. The author takes a balanced approach and points out, often by practical example, the benefits of each type of worship service and the areas to watch out for. I recommend it for anyone involved in preparing and leading worship services.

Thetalune
The New Worship: Straight Talk on Music and the Church. Easy to read and great ideas on how to get your congregation into singing a variety of music during the church service. Your choir director and organist/pianist should read this also.

Amerikan_Volga
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Qusserel
I read this book as part of a series of books I picked to read on worship formats, developing music programs, choral programs, and vocal development. I have a part time director of music position and am always looking for ways to improve my ministry at the church. I am a professional musician working in a metropolitan area and as such have two adjunct college positions, a church music position, and until I started turning down work because of my church position was a first call freelance instrumentalist. There were several good discussions in this book however the majority of the book goes into lengthy academic discussions in support or rebuttal of the few ideas that Liesch presents. The ideas that he presents are good overall so I'd still say the book is worth reading however knowing what I know now I would suggest it be near the bottom of the list. Here are briefly the positives and negatives:

Positives- explanation for thoughts and ideas, a handful of truly good ideas for ways to implement contemporary and blended services as well as ways to make them more cohesive, an interesting argument for why worship should be taught in seminary, and why worship musicians and pastors should have an integrated education, a good explanation of how many worship musicians think for the benefit of pastors (and vice-versa), and the book does have the advantage of being written by someone with a music background who is in favor of contemporary/blended services (most others are by high and mighty professors condemning contemporary music).

Negatives- explanations are often extremely long and way more involved than necessary to prove the point (You get the impression he expects no one to believe him so he must argue them into the ground. This was by far my biggest complaint.), entire chapters that after getting bogged down in reading I finally just skimmed or gave up on and skipped so that I would stay awake, and what I found to be the most professionally damaging- an explanation of why churches should not hire professional musicians. My suspicion of this is that Dr. Liesch wanted to protect his own position a bit (if I read his bio correctly a part time music director). As someone who teaches at an institution that grants degrees in church music I found this extremely troubling. Dr. Liesch's argument is that because musicians can't be the sole salvation of a church they should only oversee one area of music ministry in a part time capacity. I know numerous professional church musicians (with outstanding music programs) whose livelihood would be extinct if this statement were true. And while Dr. Liesch argues that only a select few can fulfill a full time church music role I would argue that by making the statement he does he is destroying the profession. I know numerous full time music directors who are extremely competent and versed in a wide variety of musical styles. Most freelance musicians have to handle a wide variety of musical styles from Bach to Beastie Boys. I would put most church musicians in this category as well. Due to philosophy like his many job boards are splitting their music director jobs into multiple individuals. The biggest problem with this is that competent musicians can't afford to take the jobs because they don't allow a living wage. These individuals end up working in other related (and more often non-related) fields. The end result is that often untrained lay people end up in the positions and the music programs tank. I've seen this happen numerous times in my area and the problem has only been compounded by the current economy. Way to go Dr. Leisch for discouraging pastors from hiring fulltime musicians.

As an intelligent being myself I would still recommend reading this book, if only to see viewpoints in opposition to my own, but would recommend the reader take the content with a grain of salt; better make that a bag of salt.

Fonceiah
Excellent.

GAMER
The information is concise and true. Helped me with my paper.

Kind of outdated but still a good resource for worship leaders

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