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The Lost Art of Pure Worship is a gathering of great spiritual leaders who share their unique experiences and desires about the precious act of worshiping a worthy heavenly Father.
James W. Goll is joined by these five spiritual powerhouses:
Together, these six voices direct you into practical truths, passion with a purpose, and experience in pure worship to the one true God.
The Lost Art of Pure Worship completes James Goll's inspiring The Lost Art trilogy series. First was The Lost Art of Intercession, followed by The Lost Art of Practicing His Presence (originally titled Wasted on Jesus).
James Goll is filled with an intense, fiery passion for the things of God. His insight into the deeper dimensions of intercession and His presence has been a wellspring of life to the Body of Christ, and he has chronicled this in his book series, The Lost Art of Intercession and The Lost Art of Practicing His Presence. James sounds the trumpet and gathers men and women who have understanding and experience of pure, true worship to contribute their gems of revelation that will take you into a new dimension of worshiping and loving God as He deserves.—Dr. Ché Ahn, Senior Pastor, HROCK Church, Pasadena, CA, President, Harvest International Ministry, International Chancellor, Wagner Leadership Institute
For years I have struggled with the idea that worship is something that happens when the music begins, or is somehow relegated to the four walls of a building. The great apostle Paul said, "offer your body as a living sacrifice," and yet so many Christians have a dualistic approach to God. They "worship" on Sunday morning, and the rest of the week they work. I have longed for someone to teach the Body of Christ how to integrate worship as a lifestyle, where the only difference between church services and their daily occupation is the type of instruments that are used to give God glory. The Lost Art of Pure Worship is a clarion call for Believers to return to their God-given mandate to live in a continuous state of communion with God. The authors have done a masterful job of teaching people the lost art of worship. This book could radically alter your walk with God, taking you from the outer court of a boring existence to the holy place of continuous divine encounters. I highly recommend this book.—Kris Vallotton, Co-Founder of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry, Author of seven books including The Supernatural Ways of Royalty Senior Associate Leader of Bethel Church, Redding California
For over 25 years, by the grace of God, I have dedicated my life to composing and producing music that would represent Jesus well and move the heart of the listener into a deeper place of worship with Him. Behold a book on one of my favorite subjects—Pure Worship—that testifies of the love of God and draws the reader into a more intimate relationship with the One who first loved us. As you read the book, pray that you will embody the message and live a lifestyle of passionate worship to the One alone who is worthy of all praise.—Michael W. Smith, Worshiping composer, producer, and author, Franklin, Tennessee
Living in Music City U.S.A., it has been my desire to see a company of true Believers in Jesus arise who live a life of abandoned worship to the Son of God. I am first an ambassador for Christ and I am second a professional blue grass musician and international performer. I thank the Lord for this excellent book that challenges every Believer to first be a worshiper of God and then live out their lives in such a manner that their light will shine in a dark places. Become the message contained in the pages of this book!—Ricky Skaggs, Composer, Producer, and Lover of Jesus, Skaggs Family Records, Hendersonville, Tennessee
Section One: For the Audience of One
Section Two: Equal Access to the Throne
Section Three: Tips for the Journey
Dr. James W. Goll is the co-founder of Encounters Network, Director of Prayer Storm, and coordinator of Encounters Alliance, a coalition of leaders. He has shared Jesus in over 40 nations worldwide and has authored numerous books. James and his four children live in Franklin, Tennessee.
Chris DuPré originally from Upstate New York, spent 13 years in Kansas City, working alongside Mike Bickle in establishing the International House of Prayer. His great desire, whether through music, books or speaking, is to see people understand God's affection for them. Chris and his wife Laura live in Nashville, Tennessee.
Jeff Deyo is the founder of WorshipCityMinistries and the Pure Worship Institute. He is known internationally as the original lead singer of Sonicflood. He is a passionate worship leader, songwriter, speaker, actor, and author who is becoming a father figure to musicians around the globe. Jeff now holds the high honor of being a full time faculty member ("Worship Arts Specialist, Associate Professor") at North Central University.
Sean Feucht is a husband, father, lover, fighter, optimist, musician, speaker, writer, revivalist and founder of a grassroots global worship, prayer and missions organization called Burn 24/7. His lifelong quest and dream is to witness a generation of burning hearts arise across the nations of the world with renewed faith, vision and sacrificial pursuit after the Presence of God with reckless abandon.
Julie Meyer is a prophetic singer who carries the glory and the presence of God as an abandoned worshipper. Her passion is His presence as she trumpets the message of the Bridegroom searching for His Bride!
She is the author of 'Invitation To Encounter', a recording artist with several CD's. She has traveled the world leading worship and speaking on the hearing the voice of God, sharing her encounters with the Lord and encouraging the body of Christ to dream.
Rachel Goll Tucker is a singer/songwriter from Nashville, Tennessee. She is the lead singer and songwriter along with her husband in their band, August York. Rachel studied songwriting at Belmont University and acting at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts.