Book Recommendations on Corporate Worship

Since I have been busy with traveling for work, I haven’t been able to post much here, so I thought I would post a list of the books I have read over the past couple of years on corporate worship/the Lord’s day/practical theology.  As I read more, I will add more.

Here is the list in the order I have read them:

1.  A Better Way:  Rediscovering the Drama of Christ-Centered Worship by Michael Horton

Better way

2.  The Lord’s Day by Joseph A. Pipa Jr.

The Lord's Day

3.  Revealed to Babes:  Children in the Worship of God by Richard Bacon

revealed to babes

4.  With Reverence and Awe:  Returning to the Basics of Reformed Worship by D.G. Hart and John R. Muether

with reverence and awe

5.  Singing the Songs of Jesus:  Revisiting the Psalms by Michael Lefebvre

singing songs of jesus

6.  Gospel Worship by Jeremiah Burroughs

Gospel Worship

The following were added 6/23/15:

7.  The Day of Worship:  Reassessing the Christian Life in Light of the Sabbath by Ryan M. McGraw

 mcgraw

8.  Welcome to a Reformed Church:  A Guide for Pilgrims by Daniel R. Hyde

 Hyde

9.  Recovering the Reformed Confession:  Our Theology, Piety, and Practice by R. Scott Clark

clark

10.  Worshipping with Calvin:  Recovering the Historic Ministry and Worship of Reformed Protestantism by Terry L. Johnson

johnson

And finally, Ligon Duncan has done a wonderful blog series on Gathered Worship.

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One thought on “Book Recommendations on Corporate Worship

  1. Jamie Newton says:

    Reblogged this on Endeavoring to Walk and commented:

    Updated this list with some more recent reads.

    Like

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