Worship—it is why God created us. Yet worship is perhaps one of the most misunderstood biblical concepts, and that misunderstanding has led to all sorts of problems in the corporate worship of our churches. This is why it is so important that we carefully study the Word of God to determine how he defines worship and how he wants us to worship him as his people.
We are very pleased to announce the first of what will—Lord willing—be many teaching resources to help local churches: a twelve-week teaching curriculum on the subject of worship. Each lesson features teaching from respected preachers and teachers on the subject of worship that has been edited into an easy-to-follow curriculum that is ideal for use in Sunday School classes, small groups, and families. These lessons have been developed from material taught by Tom Ascol, Voddie Baucham, Josh Buice, Costi Hinn, Phil Johnson, Steven Lawson, John MacArthur, Laramie Minga, Matthew Sikes, Paul Washer, and James White.
The study has been designed to help facilitate as much or as little discussion as desired. We have provided a student guide that includes the main lesson idea, main lesson passage, and Scripture memory for each lesson. Additionally, we have included several questions throughout each lesson to help facilitate reflection and discussion. We encourage you to use these questions as a means to cultivate discussion as well as a greater level of comprehension for your classes or small groups with each lesson.
You can also watch videos of the presentations that accompany each lesson on the curriculum page.
We pray that this teaching resource will be a blessing and help to you as you seek to learn and teach others what it means to “offer to God acceptable worship, with reverence and awe” (Heb 12:29).