This, we are not.
Stephen Miller is not a critic of worship leaders, because he is one, himself. What he is though is a genuine man, called/gifted by God to lead worship in/through song. He is not a rock star and his book tells you why he and others are not.
In this genuine appeal, Miller writes with a pastoral tone and heart about what a worship leader is and what worship leader is not. There are some who are going into the worship ministry with the wrong frame of mind. But, the overall tendency is that once you are in the worship ministry, your mindset can be altered. Personality plays a role in who you are and how you lead worship…and that personality will come across to your congregation in ways that your congregation can look at you differently than the way God intended to use you.
As you read this book, you’ll appreciate the words that Miller has written as they are solid, pointed and needed to be heard by both the worship leader and the congregation.
This is a very timely text for the days that we are experiencing in ministry.
I was provided this book from http://mpnewsroom.com/ for the purpose of review. The above thoughts are my own.