Meditations on Reformed Worship

My latest book, Meditations on Reformed Worship, is all finished and done.  All saucered and blowed, as they say.  The cover art was a bit of a struggle this time, but after a false start that didn’t really turn out the way I wanted it to, I’m happy with how it ended up.  Here’s the summary:

Worship matters. We were created to be in relationship with God, in fellowship with Him, and to do so together with His people. The basic, bedrock promise of the Bible story from beginning to end is, “I will be your God, and you will be My people, and I will dwell in your midst.” Corporate worship at its best is the closest experience of that eternal reality we will experience in this life. Over time the most accurate insight into a church’s theology is their worship- what they do, what they sing, what they say, and the heart with which they do it. When you believe you are going to meet with God, you show everyone most accurately what you think about Him.

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Buy it on Amazon.  If you’re a pastor interested in it for your church, I’ll get you a discount code for bulk purchases, and if you’d like to review it, I’ll get you a copy.  The Kindle edition will be coming out soon as well.

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