Compositions and Arrangements by Eurydice V. Osterman
Dr. Eurydice V. Osterman has traveled extensively throughout the United States, Africa, Europe, South America, and the Caribbean conducting seminars on "hot button" issues pertaining to music and worship.
Her contact information for seminars is 256-851-8513, 256-651-9406 (text or call), or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just as God gave Moses the heavenly blueprint for building a Sanctuary on earth, so has He given us the heavenly blueprint for worship that is acceptable to Him.
Just as humans are created in the image of God, so will our music and worship reflect the image and character attributes of whom we worship.
Every culture has its own badge of identity. This seminar explores the impact of culture and its influence upon music and worship.
This seminar discusses the transition from traditional worship to "Praise and Worship" and what's behind it.
Music is an art as well as a science. This seminar explores the science of music and its impact upon the mind, body, and spirituality.
This seminar introduces Biblical principles to help laypersons subjectively analyze the content of a song (music, text, theology, etc.) to determine its appropriateness for use in worship.
What God Says About Music is written to address issues that have consistently been raised about the effect of music upon the mind, body, and spirit. This book was born out of a desire to address these three areas from biblical and scientific research, not merely from personal opinion. You will see that God is not silent when it comes to these issues but has indeed addressed them through His word and through the Spirit of Prophecy. You will learn that music has a role to play in the New World Order, and that it has a profound effect upon the character, the only part of our being that will be transported to heaven. Finally, the book gives practical principles for choosing music that will be edifying, enriching, and enjoyable on this earth until we are able to gather around the throne of God and render “perfect” songs of praise to Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior, in gratitude for the gift of eternal life.
Worship: From Praise Him to Praise Hymn has been written for all Protestant Churches across the planet to examine the transition from traditional worship to praise worship, what's behind it, and what God has to say about it. You will learn how this transition plays a vital role in the establishment of the new world order and its future impact upon Protestantism. Finally, the book includes an evaluation tool designed to assist ministers of music, musicians, and other interested persons in subjectively analyzing the content of a song to assess its appropriateness for worship.