Do Things Well



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Do Things Well
The Pursuit of Excellence
by David Banning & Warren Berkley (General Editors)

13 Lessons to Help God's People Give Their Best

DO THINGS WELL: a book that is concerned about churches evaluating the way they do things in light of the divine will and making changes that are biblically driven. It is to help Christians raise the bar in their worship and service to God. Students are challenged to ask, "Are we giving our best? How can we do better? In these 13 lessons the writers address the big things we do each week, as well as the behind-the-scenes things that get overlooked.

From improving Bible classes to planning annual events Do Things Well brings saints together to study and discuss practical ways to excel in their service to God.

Each lesson includes: Tips on breaking through common obstacles, scripture references for further study, class discussion questions.


1. The Pursuit of Excellence - Max Dawson
2. Greet Visitors Well - Harold Comer
3. Begin a Worship Assembly Well - Philip Mullins
4. Read Scripture Well - Warren Berkley
5. Do Song Worship Well - Matthew Bassford
6. Lead Prayer Well - Terry Slack
7. Observe the Lords' Supper Well - David Banning
8. Listen Well - Bubba Garner
9. Do Bible Class Well - David Holder
10. Do Special Events Well - Mark Roberts
11. Advertise Well - Philip Shumake
12. Maintain the Building Well - David Banning
13. Let Us Glorify God - Dee Bowman

Author: David Banning & Warren Berkley (General Editors)
Publisher: Spiritbuilding Publishing
ISBN-10: 0982981163
ISBN-13:  9780982981160
Dimensions: 5.5" x 8.5" x .5"
Binding: Paperback

Product Reviews - +

  • 5
    For women as well as for men

    Posted by Netagene on Feb. 22, 2015

    As of this writing, I've read only half of this book, yet I can still confidently say that, in my opinion, every man and woman, including teens, would benefit from reading this book. Parts of it steps on my toes. I know that it will help me to "do things well" not only in public worship but also privately. My thanks to each man who wrote a chapter.