Overview

The worship arts or creative arts department is an essential part of the worship experience of any ministry. God is seeking those who will say yes to being on the frontline in worship. This book “Frontline Worshipper” is a resource to help prepare your worship arts ministry for the frontline of ministry by defining worship and a frontline worshipper, the importance of the ...
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Frontline Worshipper

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Overview

The worship arts or creative arts department is an essential part of the worship experience of any ministry. God is seeking those who will say yes to being on the frontline in worship. This book “Frontline Worshipper” is a resource to help prepare your worship arts ministry for the frontline of ministry by defining worship and a frontline worshipper, the importance of the role of a leader and the essential tools needed to build a thriving worship arts ministry. Some of the topics covered are:

Worship is Directed to God
Worship is An Offering
The Heart of a Worshipper
How Hot is Your Love Life?
Lead, Follow and Get Out of the Way
Mission Possible
Organize, Rehearse and Rejoice
Singled Out
Retreat, Re-charge and Re-organize

As a Worship Arts Member and Leader, you will be engaged in all types of spiritual, natural and emotional battles. Arm yourself with the information, inspiration and empowerment you need to not only face the frontline but, be totally victorious.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016444147
  • Publisher: BK Royston Publishing, Inc.
  • Publication date: 5/26/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 92
  • File size: 268 KB

Meet the Author

Julia Royston is a teacher, singer, songwriter and author traveling the world with music to soothe the soul and a message to lift the spirit. Julia is the author of 4 books, writer and producer of music for 4 CD and 2 DVD projects. Julia maintains two blogs, “Frontline Worshipper” and BK Royston Publishing “Write that Book Now.” “A Jar in the Potter’s Hands” is an online newsletter written and edited by Julia to encourage people to live life with purpose. Julia is committed to a Christ-centered life and is a teacher/librarian by profession. She is married to Brian K. Royston and resides in the Louisville, KY area. Brian and Julia are stewards of “For the Kingdom Ministries” designed to “Build People to Build the Kingdom” through education, empowerment and inspiration. For more information, log on to www.juliaroyston.net.
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