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  • Anonymous

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  • Posted August 12, 2009

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    Make Love Make War

    Make Love Make War
    Now is the Time to Worship
    Brian Doerksen
    David C. Cook
    Nonfiction/Religion/Christian Living

    Reviewed by Cindy Loven

    Brian Doerksen, author of the worship song, Come Now is the Time to Worship, brings us a book about worship. "Oh" you groan another book about worship. This book is unique in that each chapter is a song, whether a song he has written, or a song from the Scriptures. He then expounds on the song, and the why behind the ones he has written.
    Worship is first, always has been and always will be, is what Brian tells us in his book, he also points out that at the very core of worship is a call to faithfulness. Because faithfulness is what is most important to God.
    The opening page of each chapter has the words to the song, then the chapters are closed with tips and hints for songwriters.
    This book is an amazing tool for the worship leader, who feel they have a song to write, and sing.
    In relating the story of the woman at the well, Brian reminds us, that Jesus was trying to relate to the woman, that the importance of worship is not the "where" you worship, but "who" you worship.
    A wonderful book, with lots of helpful information and great Godly advice Make Love, Make War is a must for any worship leader's library. 253 pages $14.99 US

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