A Royal 'Waste' of Time: The Splendor of Worshiping God and Being Church for the World

Book, 1999, 377 pp
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Dawn insists that churches need to engage in a serious process of community discernment concerning worship in order to employ the best tools and forms, and she offers extensive reflections to further the discussion. Each section begins with a sample Scripture-based sermon since Dawn emphasizes that the church's worship must follow biblical guidelines and form a biblical people. In chapters on culture, on keeping God as the Infinite Centre of worship, on building community, on forming character, on making choices, and on facing the challenges of "being church for the world," Dawn convinces us that worship filled with the splendor of God wil nurture in believers a way of life that reaches out in mission to the world and gives our neighbours a warrant for belief.

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