Companion to the Africana worship book / general editor: Valerie Bridgeman Davis ; associate editor: Safiyah Fosua.

Contributor(s): Davis, Valerie Bridgeman [edt] | Fosua, Abena Safiyah
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Nashville, TN : Discipleship Resources, c2007Description: 159 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780881775334; 0881775339Subject(s): African American public worshipLOC classification: BR563.N4 | A375 2008
Contents:
Introduction / Valerie Bridgeman Davis -- 21 questions revisited / Valerie Bridgeman Davis -- Go play with God : reclaiming liturgy for spiritual formation / Valerie Bridgeman Davis -- Liturgy as subversive activity / Safiyah Fosua -- To serve this present age / Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr. -- Africana theology for the Black church / Safiyah Fosua -- Worshipping contextually : the Bassa people in the United Methodist Church in Liberia / Pianapue Kept Early -- Translatability as belonging : Bassa United Methodist Christians in Liberia / Pianapue Kept Early -- The creation of an Africana worship ritual : baptism in the Shouters of Trinidad / Gennifer Benjamin Brooks -- The African American church and sacraments : but can we still get our "circament?" / William B. McClain -- Death as worship : celebrating dying as part of life / Cheryl Kirk-Duggan -- The African American funeral sermon : divine re-framing of human tragedy / Frank A. Thomas -- Music in Africana worship / Melinda Weekes -- Doxology in darkness / Jessica Kendall Ingram -- In the spirit / Lisa Allen -- That was then, this is NOW / Otis Moss III -- Emerging possibilities for African American churches / Douglas Powe -- Technologies for worship / Elonda Clay -- Lord, how come we here? / William B. McClain -- Spiritual focus and Africana worship / Henry Mitchell -- Worship : the realm of the spirit, the realm of the imagination, and real time / Marilyn Thornton -- Inclusive language and Africana worship / Valerie Bridgeman Davis -- Testify! / Wilma Taylor -- A womanist perspective on spiritual practices / Linda Hollies.
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Introduction / Valerie Bridgeman Davis -- 21 questions revisited / Valerie Bridgeman Davis -- Go play with God : reclaiming liturgy for spiritual formation / Valerie Bridgeman Davis -- Liturgy as subversive activity / Safiyah Fosua -- To serve this present age / Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr. -- Africana theology for the Black church / Safiyah Fosua -- Worshipping contextually : the Bassa people in the United Methodist Church in Liberia / Pianapue Kept Early -- Translatability as belonging : Bassa United Methodist Christians in Liberia / Pianapue Kept Early -- The creation of an Africana worship ritual : baptism in the Shouters of Trinidad / Gennifer Benjamin Brooks -- The African American church and sacraments : but can we still get our "circament?" / William B. McClain -- Death as worship : celebrating dying as part of life / Cheryl Kirk-Duggan -- The African American funeral sermon : divine re-framing of human tragedy / Frank A. Thomas -- Music in Africana worship / Melinda Weekes -- Doxology in darkness / Jessica Kendall Ingram -- In the spirit / Lisa Allen -- That was then, this is NOW / Otis Moss III -- Emerging possibilities for African American churches / Douglas Powe -- Technologies for worship / Elonda Clay -- Lord, how come we here? / William B. McClain -- Spiritual focus and Africana worship / Henry Mitchell -- Worship : the realm of the spirit, the realm of the imagination, and real time / Marilyn Thornton -- Inclusive language and Africana worship / Valerie Bridgeman Davis -- Testify! / Wilma Taylor -- A womanist perspective on spiritual practices / Linda Hollies.

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