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Doxecology Study Guide

The Doxecology Study Guide is a rich new resource to accompany Resound's Doxecology album.

Join us as we journey through thirteen chapters, each connected to a song on the album with a related scripture reading, and explore the relationship of worship and creation care from a biblical perspective. 

The book is designed to be used for both personal reflection and small group discussion, with questions provided at the end of each chapter. It will also serve as a handy primer for preachers looking for a way into these themes.

Guest contributors

In addition to several Resound Worship writers it features contributions from leading scholars and practioners in the fields of environmentalism and worship. These include: Jeremy Begbie (Duke University), W. David O. Taylor (Fuller Seminary), Rachel Wilhelm (United Adoration), Jeremy Williams (Christian Climate Action), Jack Wakefield (Tearfund), Dave Bookless (A Rocha International), Sara Hargreaves (engageworship), with a foreword by Peter Harris (Co-founder, A Rocha International).

Service Plans

We're delighted that the book concludes on a very practical note. There is an appendix with three unique service plans created by engageworshipThe Beauty of CreationThe Cry of Creation and The Hope of Creation. The service plans include additional prayers, poems, all-age activities, song suggestions, videos and more, plus access to an online collection of links and resources.

Quantity Discounts 

We're keen to enable churches and small groups to work through the book together, so we're offering both paperback and PDF editions with generous quantity discounts. Use enter the numbers in the boxes to the right (or below on mobile) and see what you could save.

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