1. Which category of songs (kerygma, koinonia, leitourgia) do you most enjoy singing? Why? 2. The current study identified koinonia as having the fewest number of songs. Why do you think this category had the fewest number of songs? 3. Think back on your own worship experiences. Which mode of communication seems to be the most common? Kerygma? Koinonia? Leitourgia? Why? 4. As a worship leader, what steps might you take to insure that there is a balance among the three modes of communication in worship? 5. Some have suggested that there a relationship between church denomination and the frequency of certain modes of communication in worship? Do you agree? What other factors might influence the frequency of a particular mode of communication in worship? 6. In the current study, what do you think explains the increase in the number of songs classified as leitourgia between 1990-2005? Consider broader social, political and cultural factors that the chapter may not have discussed. 7. As the findings of this study suggest, songs in the leitourgia mode now dominate, kerygma is decreasing and koinonia is consistently a distant third. What does this say about worshippers in the North American evangelical church?