Family Worship - Family Worship 2: With One Voice

Friday 1st December 1995
Family Worship - Family Worship 2: With One Voice

RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
FORMAT: Book General book

Reviewed by Sammy Horner

Cool book to go with the equally cool album by the Ichthus Fellowship. The book's introduction gives a little insight into the theological stance that the group have regarding family worship and how in our largely segregated church, kids and adults should worship together. The intro is brief, but useful as a discussion starter or just to get you thinking. Also contained are all the words/score/guitar chords/acetate masters and even cartoon style actions for some of the songs. With songs from the likes of Judy Bailey and Mike Burn this whole series is well worth taking a look at, and while I agree whole heartedly with Roger Forester's comment on the album, "The need for unity has never been greater. Unity not just between nations and denominations but also generations." It must be said... this is miles ahead of much of the American digitally recorded, high tech mush that gets delivered to this reviewer's door!

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