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."



Faith’s Language
By John A. White - General Worship - Dec 06, 2018

At the end of “Saving Private Ryan,” the elderly James Ryan, turns from Captain John Miller’s grave (played by Tom Hanks) and asks his wife, “Am I a good man?” Sometimes other people, with their unique perspective of our actions, are better positioned to assess the incongruities between what we think about ourselves and behavior (Romans 7:1). Although the answers ca...read more
The Mixing Console in Worship
By Leon Sievers - Sound Advice - Dec 03, 2018

The mixing console can be an intimidating and "phobic" experience for a new sound tech.Modern consoles can feature more than 500 knobs and infinite settings. However, operating a mixing console can be...read more
By Debbi Shotlow - Women in Worship - Nov 29, 2018

This is the season we swear off things we have gotten tired of by the end of the year. Every year I say I will never oversee another Children’s Choir, but here I am a few weeks and counting to the production date. Some of us have resolved to stop smoking, eat less, exercise more, start/finish projects and stay in touch with friends and family. (I’m sure you can add...read more
Face To Face?
By Terri Pettyjohn - General Worship - Nov 26, 2018

A favorite song of mine describes entering an unknown place past the gates of praise until we're standing face to face before God in a state of worship. I love that song, but I have to wonder since no man has looked on the face of God, can that be possible? If the feeling we’re experiencing is holy, but we’re not actually allowed a physical encounter, what do we ...read more
By Debbi Shotlow - Women in Worship - Nov 22, 2018

As a new worship leader, I felt an unusual call to remain at my church for about two years and not visit other churches as some of my friends were doing at the time. It seemed as though every weekend someone was telling me of a place to go to hear this worship minister or that worship minister, to hear this choir or that singer, or to see how they worshiped over he...read more
What's the Cost?
By Terri Pettyjohn - Devotionals - Nov 19, 2018

1 Chronicles 21:24 “But King David replied to Aranuah, “No, I insist on paying the full price. I will not take for the Lord what is yours, or sacrifice a burnt offering that costs me nothing.” If you only read this verse, it really has no meaning. It’s a nice phrase, but no depth. David had ordered a counting of all his fighting men. The interesting th...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.