Every Knee Shall Bow: A Literary Treasury for the Advancement of the Arts in Worship will be released October 1st in Dallas, Texas! You may also order your copy online NOW! www.basarpublishing.com (List Price: $14.99 plus $3.00 shipping).
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Authors Include: Ronya-Lee Anderson, Cynthia Draaibaar, Karen Gardner, Teresa Gardner, Apostle Elizabeth Hairston-McBurrows, Apostle Pamela Hardy, Apostle Gaditcha Landus Olijfveld, Camlyn Leander, Karen Liew, Pastor Rekesha Pittman, Rev. Lucie Poirier, Paulette Rolle-Alesnik, Lillian Rodriguez, Rev. Dr. Kathleen Turner, Minister Layesha Walton, Pastor Sumaya White, and Belma Vardy.
TRAINING TO REIGN by Reign Dance Company
(Paperback and Digital Download)
Pre-Sale Date: April 7, 2014
Release Date: April 26, 2014
Transform your worship arts ministry forever! Let Reign Dance Company share their testimonies of how a Christian dance company succeeds with a team-based leadership approach. If you desire to launch a dynamic church dance ministry, a community-based arts organization or a global arts outreach missions team, "Training to Reign" will provide the steps needed to triumph. Begin your Kingdom training session today!
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