Rise Up and Sing: Equipping the Female Worship Leader

David C Cook
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An essential, practical handbook that equips female worshippers to lead worship, work with musicians, pastor a worship team, write songs, and work effectively with their pastor.  For women who are called to lead worship—or think they might be—worship leader Lex Buckley offers this essential handbook. Buckley shares from the Bible and from her heart to encourage, empower, and equip female worship leaders, urging them to be themselves and lead with confidence, secure in the knowledge that there is a role for women to lead worship and pastor a worship team. Packed with practical tips and featuring advice from outstanding female leaders and songwriters, such as Beth Redman, Christy Nockels, and Kathryn Scott, this book fills an empty niche, providing aspiring worship leaders with the female friends and mentors they need and probably don’t have.
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About the author

Lex Buckley and husband, Paul, head the worship department at River City Church, Jacksonville, Florida. She has served as a Soul Survivor worship pastor in the UK and released her own CD, Through the Valley.

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Publisher
David C Cook
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Published on
Jul 1, 2010
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Pages
176
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ISBN
9781434702180
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Language
English
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Genres
Music / Instruction & Study / Songwriting
Music / Religious / Christian
Music / Religious / General
Religion / Christian Church / Administration
Religion / Christian Church / Leadership
Religion / Christian Ministry / General
Religion / Christian Ministry / Pastoral Resources
Religion / Christian Rituals & Practice / Worship & Liturgy
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