A Study of Biblical Worship

Week 1 - Why We Worship?
Week 2 - What Is Worship?
Week 3 - What Is Praise?
Week 4 - Corporate and Personal Worship
Week 5 - A True Worshiper


What is true worship? The definition of biblical worship is in the Experiencing Worship Study.

"The Experiencing Worship Study has changed my life. I now understand what it means to be a worshiper. I will never be the same as a worshiper and as a child of God."



    

 

Narrowing the Worship Gap
By John A. White - Worship Leaders - June 22, 2017

Definition: The worship gap is the distance between your expectations and what really happens. When I prepare and practice a worship set, I do in the light of an expectation of how the congreg...read more
Mixing Monitors for Worship - Part 2
By Leon Sievers - Sound Advice - June 19, 2017

Having outlined the various equipment and signal routing methods, we begin to look at the technique or process to mixing sound. A good sound check is absolutely necessary to getting a good mix for bot...read more
Worship for All God's People
By Ron Man - Worship Leaders - June 15, 2017

Music is a sublime creation of God which is especially suited as a vehicle for believers to express praise to their Creator. How it must then grieve Him (and delight the Enemy) when this special gift ...read more
Obedience
By Stephen M. Newman - General Worship - June 12, 2017

What is the key to serving God? Is it taking the good things He has to offer, the things that we are comfortable with, and leaving the rest behind? Is it a spiritual Golden Corral? What is the key to true worship? Is it taking the elements (singing, clapping, dancing, etc.) that we like and leaving the rest for someone else? The Bible is very clear on how...read more
Being a Worship Leader - 1
By John A. White - Worship Leaders - June 08, 2017

Forward What does it mean to be a worship leader? Many articles on the subject address musical, spiritual and technical issues involved in worship. In preparation for classes and seminars tha...read more
Seamless Flow
By Jonathan Jones - General Worship - June 06, 2017

As worship leaders, we often have flow in mind when designing the most biblically relevant and precise worship services possible. What is meant by flow is the progression of events and sacred acts within the context of corporate worship. Flow certainly encompasses music, but it also includes every other aspect of worship, e.g. prayer, the reading of Scripture, and pre...read more

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What Is True Worship?


Find the answer to the question that everyone is asking - What is true worship? The answer can be found in the Experiencing Worship Study. This course is broken up into a five week study. Each week you will discover something new about worship as you go through the study. When you get together with your group, you will share with each other what you have experienced and go over your findings in the scriptures. Each week you will put into practice what you have learned from your private study and group sessions with worship music. You will begin to experience worship through your study, discussion, and private and corporate worship times. You will also begin a new life of worship as you put into practice true biblical worship. This website is an evolution of Steve Newman's book and acts as a resource for the worship leader and worshiper.