Windows on Worship – by Wallace W. Horton
In the 52 insightful essays covering five areas—personal devotion, worship theology and practice, preparing for worship, the church year and worship, and worship that transforms lives—we see the depth of Dr. Horton’s heart, his great love for the church, and his passion for worship.
This combination makes for compelling reading. The book could be an excellent resource for a weekly study for a team of musicians, a choir, a worship committee, or source of topics for a pastoral staff discussion. Each of the “windows on worship” in this book with one of the following objectives:
• to help you strengthen your personal devotional life
• to provide greater awareness of a biblical theology of worship
• to better prepare yourself as you come to worship
• to develop a deeper appreciation for the church year
• to help you recognize how our Triune God transforms lives through worship
Although the essays in this book could be read in one or two sittings, the author encourages you to read and meditate on one essay per week. Over the course of a single year, you will have completed a journey that will allow you to “connect some of the dots” in your own personal devotion to, application of, and participation in Christian worship.
Wallace W. Horton
Horton holds a D.W.S. from The Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies and is a Commissioned Minister Emeritus of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. Learn more about Horton on his author page.