Praise Habit: Finding God in Sunsets and Sushi

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NavPress, 2005 - Religion - 192 pages
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Praise is something we are, not something we do. Musician David Crowder redefines our perspective of God and helps us develop a habit of praising Him by reflecting on targeted psalms from The Message//REMIX.

Ideal for teens and those who love the beauty and music of the Psalms.


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Review: Praise Habit: Finding God in Sunsets and Sushi

User Review  - Midori - Christianbook.com

I love this book! It's very well written, hysterically funny, extremely thought provoking and about one of my most favorite topics. All of my friends are getting a copy of it for Christmas! Read full review

Some musicians can write more than songs

User Review  - Overstock.com

Well If you have ever seen David Crowder you know that he looks a little strange. If you have ever listened to David Crowders music you know he is entertaining. When you put both of those together ... Read full review

About the author (2005)

David Crowder is the pastor of music and arts at University Baptist Church in Waco, Texas, where he lives with his wife, Toni. A talented musician and worship leader, he has released three CDs on the sixstepsrecords/EMICMG label. This is his first book.

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