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Transforming Worship

Planning and Leading Sunday Services as If Spiritual Formation Mattered

Author Rory Noland
Narrator Bob Souer
Runtime 5.9 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher christianaudio
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Release Date July 20, 2021
Availability: Unrestricted (available worldwide)
Spiritual formation is the key to the survival of our faith.

Stigmatized by scandal, the church in North America and throughout Europe has been branded as useless and irrelevant. To stem the tide of nominal Christianity, we need to get serious about making disciples who can make other disciples. There is an urgent need today for church services that are substantive and purposeful.

Rory Noland is a worship leader who has led in contexts ranging from megachurches to small retreat settings such as the Transforming Center. Combining discipleship and worship-what Noland calls 'Transforming Worship'-he offers a vision for worship as spiritual formation. We need to reclaim our worship services as a formative space, and through that we will become the light of Christ in a dark world.
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Spiritual formation is the key to the survival of our faith.

Stigmatized by scandal, the church in North America and throughout Europe has been branded as useless and irrelevant. To stem the tide of nominal Christianity, we need to get serious about making disciples who can make other disciples. There is an urgent need today for church services that are substantive and purposeful.

Rory Noland is a worship leader who has led in contexts ranging from megachurches to small retreat settings such as the Transforming Center. Combining discipleship and worship-what Noland calls 'Transforming Worship'-he offers a vision for worship as spiritual formation. We need to reclaim our worship services as a formative space, and through that we will become the light of Christ in a dark world.