• The Sound of Worship (Part 2) by

    Continuing this series on “Worship,” Dr. Sproul shows us that music, no matter where and when it was written falls into two categories, but those categories, and the standards that we use to determine them are time-tested and objectively proven …

  • The Sound of Worship (Part 3) by

    Is there a form of music that is simply not appropriate for use in the church? In part 3 of “The Sound of Worship,” Dr. Sproul focuses on the complexity of music, as well as the lyrical content of our …

  • The Touch of Worship by

    Scripture declares that we are to love God with all of our heart, soul, mind, and strength. We are to love God with all we have. Our total being is to be involved when we worship our Living God. In …

  • The Form of Worship by

    Has the Holy Spirit been bound by the cold liturgical chains of formalism? Are we giving the Living God dead worship in our churches today? In “The Form of Worship,” Dr. Sproul discusses the differences between the various forms of …

  • The Beauty of Worship by

    Worship ought to reflect and communicate something about the God we worship. In this message, Dr. Sproul helps us understand the ultimate standard of beauty in worship as he looks to Scripture to see if there are any principles the …

  • The Sight of Worship by

    As long as the Word of God is being spoken, does it really matter what the inside of our churches look like? In this message “The Sight of Worship,” Dr. Sproul explains some of the general principles found in Scripture …

  • The Sound of Worship (Part 1) by

    Continuing this series on “Worship,” Dr. Sproul devotes three of ten lectures to look at what may be considered the most controversial element in worship. In this first part, he looks at questions such as, What is the role of …

  • The Taste of Worship by

    When Christians partake in the Lord’s Supper, they are worshipping Christ. Jesus has commanded that all His disciples partake in the Lord’s Supper until He comes again. As this series of “Worship” continues, Dr. Sproul explains the significance …

  • An Honorable Offering by

    What is the fundamental difference between worship that is acceptable to God and that which God hates? In this first message of the series “Worship,” Dr. Sproul teaches us about the different aspects of worship and the various elements which …

  • A Reasonable Response by

    As Christians, we must realize that we can never pay God back for His goodness to us. But we are required to give Him something, and that something is sacrifice. But what kind of sacrifice can we make that would …

  • God-Centered Worship Service by

  • God-Centered Music by