Worship Frames: How We Shape and Interpret Our Experience of God

2008, 129 pp
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Worship is a congregation's most important practice. In worship we encounter God's gracious presence and come face to face with the frailty, goodness and potential of our humanity. We are comforted, corrected, forgiven, healed, challenged and sometimes even disturbed by the divine and one another. We are morally formed and sent by God into the world. The mysterious and uncontrollable work of the Spirit is at the heart of all genuine worship. Yet worshipers and leaders work hard to worship.

Kapp explores how the sociological concept of frames can help us better understand the social and human dynamics of worship. By understanding our frames, we can learn how to reframe worship to give fuller and richer expression to our faith.

Questions for discussion follow each of the seven chapters.

(7 sessions)

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