Pleasing God As You Fulfil His Call
Are you a Worship Leader or Church Musician?
Are you involved in any part of the worship ministry?
If yes, please pay attention.
The worship ministry is a priestly one but too often the ministers take their eyes off the object of their worship and turn the church platform into a pride-promoting pedestal.
Worship Leader, Martin Adu, teams up with Niyi Adeoshun, a Music Director, to produce this book of practical advice and instructions for the worship minister who wants to be challenged to consciously aim to please God as he lead others to worship Him.
This book, though meant to be read by pastors, worship leaders, and worship teams, will be of huge benefit to all church leaders and anyone else interested in deepening their understanding and experience of worship.
Chapter 1: Singing Vs Ministering
Chapter 2: The Worship Ministry
Chapter 3: Qualifications and Qualities of a Worship Minister
Chapter 4: Roles and Responsibility of Worship Leaders
Chapter 5: Challenges Faced by Worship Ministers
Chapter 6: The Worship Musicians
Chapter 7: The Worship Team
Chapter 8: Pleasing God In Ministry
" ... a Holy Spirit-inspired ‘manual’ for worship ministers!" - Victor Kenny Macarthy
" It will lift you up to a new level of awareness in the worship ministry ..." - Rev. (Dr.) Chris Tunde Joda
Pastor Elekima Ekine wrote:
The Worship Minister is thorough and well thought out, a good foundation for anyone with the calling to be a worship minister.
Pastor Jo Naughton wrote:
The book ‘The Worship Minister’ is a very necessary tool for not only those involved in the music ministry but also for Pastors to read. I appreciate the perspective from which it is written. I particularly like the chapters that dealt with the requirements of the worship leaders which reinforces my beliefs regarding that area and the one with challenges faced by ministers which enables me to better appreciate what they encounter and in so doing find ways to help music ministers overcome them. All in all, I salute the authors for adding to the resources worship ministers can make use of.
David Kaye (Music Evangelism Project) wrote:
In ‘The Worship Minister’, the authors share poignant insights which will help and equip anyone with a desire to lead worship. This book also provides wonderful guidance to the leader who is ready to grow their ministry and team.
Pastor (Dr.) Kelvin Onyema wrote:
I found this book engaging and clearly challenging in its call to a personal commitment to biblical standards in worship ministry. I would encourage any pastor, worship leader, or team member to buy this book and to read it through at least once or twice, and to then keep it for quick reference.
Victor Kenny Macarthy (Lead Minister - Christ Harvest Centre) wrote:
I believe that this book is long overdue in coming into the hands of Ministers. We are living in an entertainment-driven world and if we are not careful this entertainment will flow into the church in the name of worship.
I want to recommend this book to every person who has a genuine desire to grow in worship because in order to do better you have to know better.
Evelyn Jegede (Possibility Assembly Gospel Ministries London, UK) wrote:
This is a wholesome book on the worship ministry in its totality! I will go further to say it's a recommended manual for any credible worship minister to have!
From the tent, tabernacle, and temple times to the modern church age, Pastors Niyi and Martin ingeniously crafted out a Holy Spirit-inspired ‘manual’ for worship ministers!
As a pastor and a former worship leader myself, I will not only recommend this book to worship ministers but also to any serious Christian seeking to develop a lifestyle of worship!
‘The Worship Minister’ is indicative of the components of true, godly worship and is a must-read for aspiring or current worship ministers, or those interested in gospel music in general. The book is soaked with a wealth of experiences stemming from both authors, it is wholesome, critical, and challenging.