"Sing aloud to God our strength; shout for joy to the God of Jacob! Raise a song, sound the timbrel, the sweet lyre with the harp" (Psalms 8:1-2).
Every church, that wants to creatively express its commitment to Christ and its identification with the everyday struggles of human existence, should have a music ministry consisting of one or more choirs.
Being the "universal language," music provides the avenue through with our adoration of God and praise to God are expressed. Choirs provide the appropriate medium through which such adoration and praise are expressed.
This book provides choirs with some essential rules and recommendations that can assist them with problems they have not been able to find solutions for.
Written with a style that combines conversational language and technical terminology, the book speaks to the needs of the typical choir seeking to glorify God through its ministry of music.
Ministers of music, choir directors, musicians, and choir members will especially find this book very helpful as they try to honor God through serving others with their musical gifts.