Series: The Vital Worship, Healthy Congregations Series

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The Work of the People: What We Do in Worship and Why by Marlea Gilbert; Christopher Grundy; Eric T. Myers;
Designing Worship Together: Models And Strategies For Worship Planning (Vital Worship, Healthy Congregations) by Norma Dewaal Malefyt2

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  1. Stilling the Storm: Worship and Congregational Leadership in Difficult Times by Kathleen S. Smith (2006)
  2. Where 20 or 30 Are Gathered: Leading Worship in the Small Church (Vital Worship, Healthy Congregations) by Peter G. Bush (2006)
  3. Beyond the Worship Wars: Building Vital and Faithful Worship by Thomas G. Long (2001)
  4. The technique of public worship by J. Hastie Odgers
  5. Worship Words: Discipling Language for Faithful Ministry (Engaging Worship) by Debra Rienstra (2009)
  6. Introduction to Christian Worship by James F. White (1980)
  7. The Great Worship Awakening: Singing a New Song in the Postmodern Church by Robb Redman (2002)
  8. The Biblical Psalms in Christian Worship: A Brief Introduction and Guide to Resources (Calvin Institute of Christian Worship Liturgical Studies) by John D. Witvliet (2007)
  9. The Church of All Ages: Generations Worshiping Together by Edited by Howard A. Vanderwell (2008)
  10. The Conviction of Things Not Seen: Worship and Ministry in the 21st Century by Todd E. Johnson (2002)
  11. Reaching out without Dumbing Down by Marva J. Dawn (1995)
  12. Praying Twice: The Music and Words of Congregational Song by Brian Wren (2000)
  13. When God Speaks Through Change: Preaching In Times Of Congregational Transition (Vital Worship, Healthy Congregations) by Craig A. Satterlee (2005)
  14. The Work of the People: What We Do in Worship and Why (Vital Worship Healthy Congregations) by Marlea Gilbert (2006)
  15. New Westminster Dictionary of Liturgy and Worship by Paul Bradshaw (2003)

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