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For the Audience of One: Worshiping the One and Only in Everything You Do Hardcover – Mar 2005


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Meet the Man Behind the Big Names... 4 Dec. 2005
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You'd think that a guy who helped birth the ministries of people such as Matt Redman, Tim Hughes and Kevin Prosch would have something significant to say about worship.

Well, you'd be right.

In a very non-threatening, conversational style, Mike Pilavachi lays out a theology of worship that will likely stir the waters for many believers:

"How many times have you said something like `The worship didn't do anything for me today'? Hello! Whoever said it was for us in the first place?"

If you are one of the many that have become "worship junkies," looking for an increasingly self-indulgent excuse to get a "quick fix," this book will surely disappoint you. But if you've ever questioned the traditions-turned-doctrine that seem to have a strangle-hold on modern worship mentalities and methods, For the Audience of One will be a welcomed and insightful addition to your library.
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