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."



    

 

XPastor.org
By EXW Staff - General Worship - Aug 14, 2018

We would like to introduce you to one of our favorite sites for the worship pastor/music minister who is looking beyond his/her ministry in music and worship. XPastor.org is an amazing resource for anyone who desires to step into the EP or XO role. David Fletcher has developed a quality site filled with practical tools to help anyone presently serving in the role of E...read more
What Is Worship?
By EXW Staff - General Worship - Aug 13, 2018

Here are some definitions of worship that we hope you will find helpful in your search to discover worship and experience it each and every day. Josh Riley: Worship is everything we think, everything we say, and everything we do, revealing that which we treasure and value most in life. John Frame: Redemption is the means; worship is the goal. In one se...read more
Riding the Lightning
By Brent Handy - Sound Advice - Aug 09, 2018

We have entered the "storm season" here in the bible-belt. With storms come the most unpredictable, and second most deadly force, lightning. Lightning is not the only concern. Equipment in your faci...read more
Where's Your Trust
By Terri Pettyjohn - Devotionals - Aug 06, 2018

Psalm 33:21 “In him our hearts rejoice, for we trust in his holy name.” Through the centuries mankind has put its trust in many things dealing with might and with things under human control. The warrior put his trust in his strength and ability, the gunslingers of the wild west trusted in their sidearms and quick draw finesse, and today’s Wall Street fina...read more
The SoundTech As a Worshiper
By Stephen M. Newman - General Worship - Aug 02, 2018

Two of the most often questions I receive from sound techs are, "How do we worship when we are so busy working the mix during the service?" and "What can we do to better worship and still not negl...read more
Employee or Employer?
By Don McMinn - General Worship - Aug 01, 2018

A restaurant in my neighborhood opens at 5:00 p.m.for dinner. Recently, when I arrived around 5:15, I was the only customer. I seated myself in a booth. The waitpersons were huddled together, talking ...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.