In this unique and engaging book of meditations, pastor Lisa Nichols Hickman delves into the life of worship, seeking to reveal its rhythms and order. There are twenty chapters, each a meditation on an element of worship, reflecting on how that particular element plays out not only in a service of worship but, more importantly, in everyday life.
Presbyterian Outlook(November 7, 2005)
Reformed Review(Vol. 59, No. 3, Spring 2006)"Any congregation or small group who seek [sic] tohelp themselves grow more intentionally into a deeper understanding of the worshipping [sic]life, both inside and outside the walls of the church, will find Hickman's writing to be extremely thought-provoking and spirituallyenriching."--Amy E. Avery
Theology Today(Vol. 68, No. 1, April 2006)"[A] helpful guide for groups desiring anaccessible theological framework for discussing their experiences of congregational worship."--Karen C. Sapio, Trinity Presbyterian Church,Portland, Oregon