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Congregational Singing

Using Psalm 96 and Colossians, this study identifies praise, confession, lament, thankfulness, and the singing of creedal beliefs as the five types of song used in biblical worship. Discussion and reflection questions help the worship leadership team identify a theologically centered, rational means by which to select wisely for their church among the various approaches to music ministry, and to distinguish among the musical styles available to the contemporary church.

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Children's Faith, Doubt and Silence

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