1. This chapter can be studied in concert with the previous chapter (By Janell Williams Paris) using it to teach the importance of testing in the real world (at least in “my world”) what we read and study. It is also an excellent place to learn two other principles: 1) A problem can exist without perception of any problem at all, and 2) The importance of context in worship—the same songs may not produce the same effect in one set of worshippers as another—all worship leading is intercultural. 2. This is an excellent chapter to use to introduce students to elementary qualitative research especially if you replicate the study in your own setting and compare the results. 3. While the chapter implies the homoerotic nature of the problem of males singing love songs to Jesus it does not address that matter directly. If you do address it, do so carefully since most traditional age students tend to reject the notion outright and consider it beyond belief. The author of the chapter believes (for males) it could account for some of their disconnection in worship, but the chapter does not mention this explicitly.