This unique multimedia resource covers all aspects of planning, leading, and evaluating a congregational worship experience. The package contains two discs--a DVD of interviews with more than a dozen worship experts and a DVD-ROM covering the worship services of an actual church. The DVD offers an overview of worship and answers basic questions about theory and practice. The contributors--including Robert Webber, Don Saliers, Don Hustad, and Jill Crainshaw--are outstanding teachers in preaching, worship, music, the arts, and pastoral rites. The DVD-ROM contains these interviews interspersed with nearly twenty hours of footage and commentary, featuring the worship life of a real congregation on the north side of Chicago. Filmed over the course of eighteen months, this footage captures a wide array of events in the church's life, including a wedding, a funeral, an Advent service, and an Easter service. These resources provide a veritable worship laboratory-in-a-box, helping viewers plan worship in their own churches.
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James F. Caccamo (PhD, Loyola University Chicago) is associate professor of theology with a specialty in Christian social ethics at Saint Joseph's University, Philadelphia. Todd E. Johnson (PhD, University of Notre Dame) is the William K. and Delores S. Brehm Associate Professor of Worship, Theology, and the Arts at Fuller Theological Seminary. Lester Ruth (PhD, University of Notre Dame) is research professor of Christian worship at Duke Divinity School.
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