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Designed for those in church leadership, David Peterson reflects on biblical patterns for ministry and worship.
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David Peterson, author of ‘Engaging with God’, has finally put pen to paper again to empower the church once again with his long-awaited follow-up – ‘Encountering God Together’.
Standing on the theological and practical groundwork of his first book, David lays the blueprints for a biblically enhanced church experience. These guidelines provide a biblical, practical and insightful guide to help everyone involved in planning and leading church services. This highly readable and stimulating book covers a broad range of topics, including:
• Corporate Prayer
• Scripture Reading
• The Lord’s Supper
• The Spirit’s Role
• Bodily Expression
At the end of each chapter are questions and reflections to encourage group discussion. ‘Encountering God Together’ could easily be used as a training or strengthening resource for worship groups, ministry leaders, church leaders and others involved in church leadership.
Church leaders, stewards, preachers, ministry leaders and musicians will all benefit from David’s biblical knowledge and practical wisdom.
David Peterson was senior research fellow and lecturer in New Testament at Moore Theological College, Sydney, where he still teaches part time. He served as principal of Oak Hill College, London, from 1996 to 2007. His books include Engaging with God, Possessed by God (both IVP) and Hebrews and Perfection (Cambridge University Press).
Encountering God Together by David Peterson was published by IVP in January 2013 and is our 29482nd best seller. The ISBN for Encountering God Together is 9781844746071.
"I am often disturbed or disappointed by what I experience when I 'go to church'," says David Peterson. Here is a dense tool-like exposition of church based ministry. As Peterson writes, "We encounter God by listening to what he has revealed to us in Scripture and by responding to the work of his Son, as the gospel directs." This title offers more uses of the word "edification" that you might expect in a year of reformed theological education. So conservative it is: creative it isn't! It covers a broad range of topics including prayer, scripture reading, preaching, bodily expression, liturgy, evangelism, and emotion. It's tight and hot on being theologically precise throughout.
1. The Gathering of God
2. Worshipping God
3. Edifying the Church
4. Patterns of Service
5. Listening to God
6. Praying Together
7. Praising God
8. Singing Together
9. Singing Together
11. The Lord's Supper
‘Almost 15 years ago, David Peterson’s book Engaging with God rocked my world ... His new book, Encountering God Together, is a long-awaited follow-up, providing biblical, practical, and insightful guidelines for thinking through how God wants us to meet with him as we meet with each other. Tight in all the right places and encouraging biblically informed freedom everywhere else, Encountering God Together should be read by anyone involved in planning or leading gatherings of the church.’ - Bob Kauflin, Sovereign Grace Ministries
‘David Peterson has done an excellent job in applying the theological framework of his earlier book, Engaging with God, to the practical realities of corporate worship within the life of the church. This book is fair-minded and generous, full of biblical insight and practical wisdom. Leaders of churches, congregations, preachers and musicians alike will all benefit from it.’ - John Risbridger, Minister and Team Leader, Above Bar Church, Southampton; Chair of Keswick Ministries
|Author / Artist||David Peterson|
|Publisher||IVP (January 2013)|
|Number of Pages||192|
|Page last updated||16th December 2017|