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."



Changing to Win
By Van Metschke - Sound Advice - July 19, 2018

As my church heads into a season of change (an auditorium remodel, a name change, and a new website) I am brought back to the Bible’s views on changing the method but not the message. Change can be hard, but the rewards can be worth the discomfort. 
1 Corinthians 9:19-23; “19 For since I am free from all I can make myself a slave to all, in order to gain e...read more
By EXW Staff - Worship Music Reviews - July 17, 2018

New Radiate Music artist and Michigan-based Inspiration Worship, featuring songwriter, vocalist and cancer survivor Linda Doane, globally releases its full-length debut Powerful Aug. 31 from Radiate Music. The new, 12-song album that carries Linda’s mission to share the gospel and God’s power in her life, will be available at iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon.com, Spotify a...read more
Worship Vision
By John A. White - Worship Leaders - July 16, 2018

As I drove home from church the other night the question hit me, “what is my vision for my worship ministry?” As I pondered I realized my vision was too nebulous and incoherent to write down even though I previously thought I was clear and concise. I am writing this article because I assume that some of you, like myself, are equally challenged in gaining, casting...read more
A “Deep and Wide” Tech Ministry
By Van Metschke - Sound Advice - July 12, 2018

I came across a blog post recently by Charles Stone in which he summed up five questions that should be asked a your next staff meeting based on Andy Stanley’s book “Deep and Wide” . This prompted ...read more
Enjoy the Benefits of Hospitality
By Don McMinn - General Worship - July 10, 2018

In one of his letters, George Washington wrote that he and Martha had not had dinner at home alone for twenty years. Every night for twenty years—7,300 days in a row—they had guests and visiting digni...read more
A Biblical Model of Worship
By Jonathan Jones - General Worship - July 09, 2018

Worship is a sacred dialogue. It is humankind’s response to a holy God. He alone is the initiator, and man is the responder. Worship in its most basic sense is glorifying God. This certainly implies t...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.