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She provides excellent standards to help Pastors and Worship Leaders plan, execute, and evaluate worship services. These same standards provide a great opportunity to educate the church family on the reasons behind the use of certain worship elements. Although written for church leadership, the everyday church member would also benefit from understanding the very concepts that Dawn is directing at God-empowered leaders. Predominantly scholarly, Ms. Dawn cites several other works at great length, but she... ... middle of paper ... ...agreed with, some that frustrated, and some that embarrassed me when my personal preferences defied logic or biblical mandate.
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