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Worship as Listening and Responding

Drawing on the Nehemiah story of rebuilding the temple, this study, offered on the website of the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, invites participants to notice the importance of listening to God and responding in word and deed. The study focuses on recognizing the conversational aspect of the relationship between God and people as a context from which to evaluate recent worship services, looking for opportunities to make listen-and-respond adjustments that can improve the flow of the liturgy. Geared to the worship leader or leadership team.




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