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New Every Morning




First, I would like to extend a heartfelt “Thank you” to Dr. Phil Barfoot and the other ministers who penned offerings for this book and their publisher for sending me a copy of "New Every Morning" to review for them. I am truly grateful for this generosity. I really appreciate the time, effort and expense it takes to make a reviewer copy available to me.

“New Every Morning” by Phil Barfoot and over 100 contributors is an engaging devotional.  As a choir member, I love the choir-related stories that teach me about the unity of the body of Christ.  To be honest, I thought this would be a “fluff” devotional, but this book is like boot camp!  The teaching each day prepares me for spiritual battle, challenges me to walk my talk and encourages me to keep going when I’m almost out of steam!

I will be buying this devotional for all the loved ones on my Christmas gift list this year!
New Every Morning is a beautiful devotional book written by Dr. Phil Barfoot and several other music ministers.  I am privileged to serve under one of these ministers in our church's choir.  I have also had the honor of traveling all over the world with "Uncle Phil" and several of these ministers of music to share the Gospel message through choir presentations in some of the most incredible venues through Celebration Concert Tours International! These men are the real deal and this devotional is set to be my quiet time driver for 2020.




Dr. Phil Barfoot is an internationally known composer, author, and music ministry professional. He has written and created more than 40 major choral collections and musicals, including High Praises, which won a Dove Award for choral collection of the year. He is also the author of The Ultimate Idea Book for Music Ministry, used by more than 7,000 churches and universities in the U. S. and Canada. Phil has created and composed some of the best-selling choral music in Christian music. He is currently the CEO and President of Celebration Concert Tours International, a Franklin, TN based choir company. He is also the CEO and President of CCT Music, a Christian Music Publishing Company. He and his wife, Sheri, have three grown children, Amy, Aaron and Adam. They reside in Franklin, TN.

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