In Unison


The trumpeters and singers joined in unison, as with one voice, to give praise and thanks to the Lord. (2 Chronicles 5:13)

In Unison was originally commissioned by a music minister for use with his choir. He requested something that he could use to help train up his choir members in, first, the meaning of true worship and, second, how to be good leaders of corporate worship. This devotional series, published weekly, was the result.

In Unison is evangelical, and speaks from the position that the choir does not perform for its own pleasure--nor for the pleasure of the congregation--but is, instead, a "prompter" leading and demonstrating the corporate worship for the pleasure of God. Each choir member--as well as every other leader standing on the platform--is responsible to do everything to point the congregation upward to God.

The series also encourages individual and corporate excellence, based on the premise that after His sacrifice for us, our Lord deserves nothing less.

The In Unison series was brief, and is now completed--the final issue was published in December 2001.

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