About this blog

In this blog, (i)ncarnation of worship,  I will review the current landscape of worship leadership from various perspectives (philosophically and  practically) and encourage dialogue and creative sharing in relationship to the topic of worship leadership. The title of this blog represents the greatest challenge of the 21st century church in relationship to worship: How do we reconcile a desire to connect with culture with a desire for pure worship before the Throne Room of God. I have the great privilege of discussing this issue frequently with my students at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Most often, students of various calling and worship leaders in particular are more passionate about one of these two extremes. Our churches need a balanced perspective on worship for maximum health, and it is the responsibility of worship leaders to provide that balanced perspective. In future posts, I will seek to describe how this proper balance can be achieved through the framework of incarnational worship. Rest assured that future conversation-starters will include practical aspects of worship leadership; although, my students would probably warn you that I tend to drift back to philosophical inquires.

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Robert Earl Boaz on October 8, 2010 at 10:42 pm

    Is there any way to contact the Facilitators for the Electric Guitar portion of the seminar for follow up questions or sessions?

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