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The Dangerous Act of Worship by Mark Labberton

The Dangerous Act of Worship: Living God’s Call to Justice, by Mark Labberton. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2007. 200 pp. $15.00. Encountering God in true worship will propel us into a life involved in the ministry of social justice. So argues Mark Labberton, currently a professor at Fuller Theological Seminary and previously senior pastor at First Presbyterian Church of

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Scott Aniol speaks on missional worship in SWBTS Worship Colloquium

Dr. Scott Aniol spoke recently to the doctoral students in the School of Church Music on an assessment of the Misional Church Movement’s Impact upon Evangelical Worship Philosophy and Practice. Many models for church strategy have come and gone in recent years.  There was the church growth movement which sought to attract members through polished programs and friendly, warm atmospheres.  There

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Don Hustad: Twentieth Century Musical Renaissance Man

R. Albert Mohler Jr, President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, called Donald P. Hustad “one of the giants of Christian music of the 20th century–an almost iconic figure whose personal ministry and professional artistry were combined in such a powerful way.” Billy Graham, world-renowned evangelist, described Hustad as “a man who lifts-up his voice in prayer to the One

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