A few years back I put together a blog about the 'Top 20 Books on Worship for Worship leaders'. I'm looking to write an updated blog that compiles the top books on the subject of worship. Can you help me by suggesting your favorite books on the subject of worship - this could be the practical side of leading worship and/or the subject of worship and what this means from a theological point of view.
Please feel free to suggest books that were on the original list if they're still up at the top on your list of favorites!
Thanks for your help with this!
Wow - thanks Daniel - this is a great list!
Great list, Daniel!
I've read them all... and I do mean ALLLLLLL, & I have only encountered 2 that are "necessary reads"...
Kauflin's is near perfect, & Best's "Unceasing Worship"... the rest are just commentary on those two
Anything by Matt Redman. That guys has experienced God on a level I have not yet attained, and that is obvious when reading his books. Facedown, The Unquenchable Worshiper, etc.
I Am Not But I Know I AM by Louie Giglio. This is a great, quick read for worship leaders that should be worked in on a regular basis.
Worship Matters by Bob Kauflin. I haven't finished it yet, but so far it's got some great, practical advice and theological exhortations.
Chris Tomlin's The Way I Was Made.
The Pursuit of God and Whatever Happened to Worship by A.W. Tozer.
"Order in the Courts" by Paul Wilbur
The updated list, Top 100 books on worship, is here: http://blog.worshiptherock.com/2015/02/top-100-books-on-worship.html
The Responsibility of the Christian Musician by Glenn Kaiser is a classic!