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Human Hands, God's Finger Prints

Can you plan worship experiences that generate worshipful people rather than spoiled consumers?

9 pastors respond with what they're doing to encourage Christ-likeness.

We asked pastors and worship planners how they design times of worship that lead to Christ-likeness, not just to more hard-to-please consumers of worship services.

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