Book Recommendation…for the pastor’s corporate worship

Ray Van Neste and Richard Wells have done pastors a wonderful favor. They are not only calling pastors to reclaim the use of the Psalms into

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corporate worship through their new book, Forgotten Songs, but they have compiled an all-star cast to instruct us how to think through doing it. Every pastor needs to buy this book and have it near as you plan your corporate gatherings. Here is my endorsement for the book you will find on the inside cover… “For centuries the Psalms have been largely neglected in the church with few resources available to recover them. You hold in your hand one of the finest modern manuals assembled to recover the Psalms in your local church. Richard Wells and Ray Van Neste have called together an all-star cast to instruct us in the biblical use of the Psalms and to demonstrate how wisely to put them into practice. Every pastor, music leader, and preparer of the corporate gatherings in the local church must carefully read this book and implement their wise and biblical strategies.” Buy it at a good price here on Paperback or Kindle.

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One comment on “Book Recommendation…for the pastor’s corporate worship
  1. Thanks, Brian. I do hope this book will be useful to pastors as we consider how to lead our people in worshiping the Lord, being guided and shaped by the Psalms.

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