There were a number that made an impact on me (A Plea to An Emerging Generation of Leaders), some I laughed out loud
at (Worship Matters: Yo Quiero Taco Bell), and others that made me
After reading them all, these are the options I’m considering at the moment:
1. Worship Matters: Leading Others to Encounter the Greatness of God
2. Worship Matters: Biblical Foundations for Leaders
3. Worship Matters: A Practical Theology for Leaders
4. No subtitle
I’d like to get a quick vote from you all as to which one you think an atheological twenty-something worship leader would most likely pick up. I’m aware that a subtitle won’t make or break a book. But I do want to maximize the possibility of someone opening it up and checking it out.
In case you were wondering, the book will be divided into four sections:
What Matters (heart, mind, hands, life)
Your Task (where I unpack a definition of a worship leader)
Healthy Tensions (nine seeming "paradoxes" of biblical worship)
Right Relationships (your church, your team, your pastor, and a chapter to pastors)
I’m not looking for any new ideas for subtitles unless you absolutely don’t like any of the four options I’ve mentioned above. Also, it would help me if you let me know why you prefer one more than the others.
Thanks for helping me with this!