Hungry for Worship

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Vendor: New Hope Publishers

Publication Date: March 01, 2014


ISBN: 1596694076

ISBN-13: 9781596694071

Number of Pages: 192

Dimensions: 9.00 × 6.00 (inches)

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Hungry for Worship takes a provocative look at ten specific worship challenges facing churches—regardless of church size—over the next decade. Through a balance of historical perspective, theological truth, and practical experience, pastor Frank Page and associate music dean L. Lavon Gray encourage pastors and those responsible for leading worship to evaluate their worship in light of these challenges. With these practical ideas, pastors and worship leaders can ensure their church is positioned to weather the changes of pop culture and experience healthy worship.

Author Info

Dr. Frank S. Page is a proven leader both among his peers and those he shepherds. Having served as the president of a large evangelical entity, he has also served as a pastor of a 4,500-plus member church. He is currently the president of the Executive Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention. A popular national speaker, his speaking schedule has taken him around the world. With a master of divinity and PhD from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, he is also the author of several books including Trouble with the Tulip, Jonah (for The New American Commentary), The Incredible Shrinking Church, Commentary on Mark, The Witnessing and Giving Life, and has served as the lead writer for the Advanced Continuing Witness Training materials. Page currently resides in Franklin, Tennessee, with his wife, Dayle. Lavon Gray is an associate professor at Liberty University where he has also served as an associate dean for the School of Music, chairman of the Worship Studies Department, and led the Center for Music and Worship, which is the largest worship training program in the world. Coauthor of the award-winning Hungry for Worship, Lavon led a 350-voice sanctuary choir in worship at the historic First Baptist Church in Jackson, Mississippi. He and his wife, Wendy, have three daughters and two sons-in-law. They live in Madison, Mississippi, with their youngest daughter, Katibeth.

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