This book address an important issue for all churches, but especially for smaller churches: how can worship be revitalized to attract new members without losing the elements that are important to longj-standing members. Most books on contemporary worship seem to have a started from scratch approach, i.e., start a new service or totally change the existing service. That is not very workable in most situations. However, these authors suggest a blended approach that I have found to be most effective in my church of 50-75 attenders. Their idea that "contemporary" is not "new" but instead "a recovery of what is best in the worship of all ages" (page 7). I highly recommend this book to anyone in church leadership struggling with how to make changes that will not shut down the church!