Bob Kauflin: What it Takes to be a Worship Leader

If there was one gift I could give to every person responsible for leading corporate worship, it would be Bob Kauflin’s book “Worship Matters:  Leading Others to Encounter the Greatness of God” It is a very readable book, and dives deeply into the subject. 

Much of what I have learned about leading worship over the years has come from trial, error and a LOT of study.  How I wish that someone would have given me this book 20 years ago!

For those of you not familiar with Bob Kauflin, his ministry or his book, this video serves as an introduction to all three. 

This book is currently on sale in the month of February for only $8.  I bought another two to give away, one of which may be given away here at NotForItchingEars.com. Buy it on sale here.

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Not For Itching Ears is a blog dedicated to discussing the serious issues that exist within the American Evangelical church. It is a place for like-minded people to share their thoughts on a host of issues relating to this subject. Jim is available to speak at weekend services, and retreats at no cost to churches in Florida. Contact us for more information.

Posted on February 17, 2011, in Christianity, Church Leadership, Theology, Worship and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Do you still have extra copies of the book, “Worship Matters”? If so, let me know! I have been asked to begin leading at our church, Lake Sawyer Christian in Black Diamond, WA?

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