Monday, June 19, 2006

Resources for Christian Worship

Perhaps the most active post on this upstart blog has been "Strange Fire? Hip Hop Gospel." And perhaps that has drawn some attention because it strikes at a fundamental question: How does God desire and deserve to be worshipped?

This weekend I found a couple of helpful resources for folks interested in thinking further about that question. You might check out the lecture series over at the Institute for Christian Worship for some challenging insights. And for you blogophiles, check out my friend Bob Kauflin's blog on worship and more. You might also enjoy perusing on worship by Don Whitney, and the musings of the brothers over at Doxologue. May Christian worship be distinctive and God-exalting in its all-of-life submitted to God through faith-filled following of Jesus Christ emphasis

1 comment:

Stephen said...

Good to have you back on line brother - we have been praying for you in your absence. The most helpful resource on worship that I've found (apart from the book of Psalms!) is a book of sermons on worship by Jeremiah Burroughs. Tim Challies recently wrote a review of "Gospel Worship" the other week. For me, it's one of the best books I've read. See you soon Lord willing.