Courses

Psalmody Lifestyle Course Level One

We are created to worship and every individual’s worship is valuable and unique to God. 
Yet the Father is seeking that the believer worships Him in “spirit and in truth” (John 4: 24).
As a result the course teaches biblical principles using John 4: 23-24 as its foundation.

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Psalmody Lifestyle Course Level Two

We are created to worship and every individual’s worship is valuable and unique to God. 
Yet the Father is seeking that the believer worships Him in “spirit and in truth” (John 4: 24).
As a result the course teaches biblical principles using John 4: 23-24 as its foundation.

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FAQ's

  • What is “A School of Worship”?

    A School of Worship is a 13-lesson course that teaches principles of worship to equip every believer to cultivate a lifestyle of worship. The topics enable us to look at how worship is related to changing circumstances, healing, giving, revival, evangelism and much more in the Kingdom of God. The courses are designed to impart the dynamic principles of praise and worship to effect lifestyle change in the heart of the individual thus impacting the home, the church and their community.

  • Why is a lifestyle of worship important?

    God inhabits praise and is enthroned in worship. Worship is interwoven with every aspect of living in the Bible and on this course we learn why this is so. Likewise we come to understand that the Father desires that we experience His presence and power in our lives daily. The School of Worship helps to develop this as lifestyle expectancy.

  • Who can attend the School?

    The school is open to anyone seeking intimacy with God through a lifestyle of worship.

  • What are the benefits?

    Students consistently testify that the course “changed my life”! They've experienced greater freedom to worship God as they develop deeper intimacy thus having an impact on the local church's worship service. The Body experiences a greater sense of unity as the students learn how to worship corporately to establish God’s kingdom.