Last Updated: 3/12/2018


We are glad you chose to visit our site. Hopefully you will find something that will enhance your personal worship experience or be useful for your worship ministry. Feel free to use any of our original material for whatever purpose you need. Also, we want to invite you to visit Steve Pruitt’s blog On the blog you will find Bible lessons that cover the entire Bible verse by verse and other material that may help you run the race of faith.

Think About It: “The climax of God’s happiness is the delight He takes in the echoes of His excellence in the praises of His people.” John Piper

Be sure to check out the free e-books that includes Steve Pruitt’s “The Ingredients of Worship.”

Untitled1 In his first book, Steve Pruitt shares ideas that he believes are necessary for worship to become a way of life and not just an emotional experience when gathered with other believers. He mixes personal experience along with a strong biblical foundation to convey Jesus’ message that true worshipers worship the Father is spirit and truth. Located in the back of the book you will find a study guide that might be helpful for personal or small group study.

Steve writes, “Worship is more than a time slot to be filled on Sunday morning. Worship begins before the music starts, when no one is looking. Worship is a way of life; daily giving oneself to God. True outward expressions of worship flow from a heart that is intimately involved with the Father.”

All of the e-books are free for you to download. You may make as many copies of the books as you like. Please give proper credit and do not reproduce for sale.

Featured Articles:
Worship is a Love Thing -By Steve Pruitt
God is to be loved and adored for who he is, not merely for what he has done for us. However, it is proper to display our affections toward him for the goodness he has shown to us. No expression of our affection toward him goes beyond what is worthy of him, even to the laying down of our very lives.

An Incense so Sweet -Karen Holland
The fragrance of Christ is the fragrance of life among those being saved, but the aroma of death among those who are perishing. I’d never thought of this before: Christ’s sacrifice seems to emit an aroma which is either pleasing and accepted or displeasing and rejected.

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