Mark Dever talks about how pastors should receive and give criticism. This was excellent!
How to pray for your pastor. Eight specific and targeted prayers.
Tim Challies lists benefits of a physical hymnal at church, instead of words on a screen.
He's too pessimistic about "going back," as if it's a quixotic and futile quest. I suppose all the cool churches would consider it too 10-years-ago, and inconvenient. But the medium-sized churches who do powerpoint with amateur volunteers at the computer often hit snags mid-song, when the computer freezes or the operator is asleep at the button.
Another aspect lost is knowing you're part of a bigger church than you and your radio station. Who put this book together, and why do we align with them? You're more likely to ask that with a physical book in your hand. But we should also ask it CCM song selection. This song on Christian radio they are playing a lot - why is it a good song to sing in church?
Church music should not be an extension of "top Christian 40" radio.