A few weeks back, I mentioned that I had picked up The Worship Architect and thought about doing a book study together on my blog. There were several people who were interested and I think we can make a go of it.
I’ve never hosted a book discussion on here before, so I’m new at this thing. We’ll kick it off on Tuesday, January 22. I figure since many people either take Monday off or have staff meetings on Mondays, that Tuesday is probably a better day for it. The book is divided into 5 phases, so we’ll try to go through a phase per week. The first week will be easy since there are only 2 chapters in the first phase. Others have 5 or 6 but it should be totally manageable! I’ll post a brief recap of chapter, but the real fun will be had in the comments section as we discuss and apply what we’re learning. My hope is that it will help us to build great worship services worthy of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and renew a sense of enthusiasm for what we do.
If you’re in, do these three things in preparation:
- Introduce yourself to everyone in the comments below. Tell us where you’re at in the world, what your role is (you don’t have to be on a church staff to participate – even pew-sitters can benefit from a better understanding of worship!), and what you’d like to get out of this study.
- If you haven’t already picked up the book, get it today! Amazon has it on Kindle for $12 or you can order a physical copy for around $11, though I picked mine up at a local Christian bookstore for just $5.
- Spread the word about the group study on Facebook and Twitter, too! The more people we have participating, the better our discussion will be. Use one of the links on the top of the page to share this post or simply copy and paste.
Here’s to growing and learning in 2013!