Heart of Worship
Worship is more than a song, it is a life to be lived. We will aim to recapture the heart of true biblical worship by looking at who we worship and how we ought to worship.
Aims for student learning
We will cultivate a heart of worship and refine what we know about worship by
- Studying the definition of the word “Worship”
- Building a foundation for true worship on our faith. Looking at Who we believe to be worthy of our worship. We will look at His character and attributes along with what He has done past, present and future.
- Digging into what biblical worship should look like in the life of the believer. Answering the questions: how has God called me to worship Him? What is acceptable worship? How can we please God as His worshipers?
Students are expected to read, study, listen, and prayerfully complete all assignments before arriving at class. Students will grow in proportion to the effort put into the class and assignments. Successful completion of the class requires attendance of 6 or more meetings and completion of all assignments.
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In class Sacrifice of love Homework Write a short essay
In class The heart of the matter Homework None