6 Ways to Worship God Outside of Church

iStock_000015408259SmallGod is worthy of worship through the duration of our days. Oftentimes it’s difficult to unravel how this works outside of our church attendance on Sundays. However, God has crafted our souls, designed our world, and granted us every tool necessary to worship him whenever, wherever, and basically, however.

Here are six ways you can worship God outside of church at any given moment:

1.   Accept the fact that you’re accepted

Genuinely accepting the fact that we’re loved, welcomed, and fully accepted by God outweighs any other style of worship. The truth is there’s nothing about you that needs to improve, develop, or change in order for you to be more loved by God. You’re already loved in full regardless of how you look, act, or feel.

God is most highly worshipped when we are most satisfied in his love. We are most satisfied in his love when we accept that it’s free. We must accept the fact that we’re accepted.

2.   Read the Word

We must guard our time in God’s Word. Consistently reading and dwelling in our Bibles is a sure way to expand our worship. Scripture is a primary tool God has entrusted us with for the purpose of worshiping him through knowing him.

3.   Pray

Jesus came to claim us and connect us as children of God. Just like children have open access with their dads to voice their concerns, express their feelings, and ask silly questions, we have open access as God’s children to do the same through prayer. Here’s what’s stunning: we don’t burden him with our puny voices and requests. He is passionate about us. He longs to hear from us and respond to us in love.

We worship God by communicating with God. We can pray often and expectantly, that when we knock, our loving God will open the door.

4.   Serve & love people

God lives in us—through the Holy Spirit—to be known through us. By simply spending time in community with the people God has placed in your life, you get to know God more as he has the potential to interact with you through their words and love.

Here’s the beauty: this goes both ways. God has purposefully placed you in the lives of others for them to know him better through your words and love. Whether you’re aware of it or not, God lives in you to be known through you.

When we encourage, serve, and love people, God is worshipped as he interacts with the people around us, through us.

5.   Rest

Slowing down can seem impossible as our lives become crowded with never-ending plans and to-do lists. We can worship God by loosening our grip on our “have to” tasks, allowing God to destruct our plans and tear apart our to-do lists in the name of rest and refreshment.

A beautiful way to do this (and a strategy used by Jesus) is to go to a quiet place in the wilderness. Today, our wilderness may simply be a place distant from the distractions of our everyday lives—our phones, jobs, etc. Drop them off and rest. Stare at God’s creation in wonder of its beauty, and rest. This is worshipful to God.

6.   Do what you love

Here’s the catchall: we can worship God by simply doing the things we love. God has given our hearts enjoyment, and our enjoyment pleases God. These enjoyments vary on an individual basis. Do you love to paint? Paint. Do you love to read? Read. Do you love to be with your family? Be with your family.

We can worship God by doing the very things he has made us love.

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Shepherding a Child’s Heart by Tedd Tripp

Written for parents with children of any age, this widely popular book provides perspectives and procedures for shepherding your child’s heart into the paths of life. In this revised edition, Dr. Tedd Tripp draws on 30 years’ experience as a pastor, counselor, and school administrator to help parents address heart issues—like selfishness, rebellion, and unhappiness—with biblically sound guidance.

Broken-Down House: Living Productively in a World Gone Bad by Paul David Tripp

Sin has ravaged the house God created. Our world sits slumped, disheveled, and painfully waiting for restoration that can only come from Christ. The bad news is that we’re living amidst the restoration process. The good news is that our divine builder won’t give up until his house stands tall and strong again. In this powerful book, Tripp uses the image of a broken-down house to illustrate God’s unceasing and all mighty power that encourages us to live productively in a damaged world.

Rediscovering Family Worship by Jerry Marcellino

For many, the idea of “worship” is the 20 minutes spent singing at church. But that’s not God’s plan. Worship should take place every single day, and it should start at home. This compact and practical guide clearly presents Scripture’s call to family worship and offers powerful suggestions for worshipping with your family every day. Download Rediscovering Family Worship for just 99 cents, and get inspired for genuine worship.

Free Indeed: Escaping Bondage and Brokenness for Freedom in Christ by Richard Ganz

In this book, Dr. Richard Ganz—a pastor for over 25 years—exposes the patterns of thought and behavior that trap Christians and keep them from finding freedom in Christ; not self-centered freedom, but true freedom found through Jesus that affects every area of your life. Discover what you’re a slave to, and how to break through spiritual barriers to find lasting freedom.

Get Outta My Face! How to Reach Angry, Unmotivated Teens with Biblical Counsel by Rick Horne

Teenagers of all shapes, sizes, and backgrounds are confused, insecure, and completely focused on what they want right now. Regardless of their misplaced desires, all teenagers were made in the image of God. Get Outta My Face! offers an honest approach to both helping Christian teens mature and evangelizing to unsaved teens. This book is perfect for parents, teachers, and youth pastors wanting to rebuild bridges between adults and teenagers and help shape teens into who God created them to be.

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Explosive, pervasive, sweet, powerful, relentless, amazing, devastating, raw, beautiful—these are all words used to describe a single reality: grace. Grace is not flat or one-dimensional; it’s a jewel with many facets that when held up against the light is absolutely captivating. In this book, find story after story of brokenness redeemed through grace, as told through the lives of two men.

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When Sinners Say “I Do”

No matter how you cut it, all marriages are composed of damaged, selfish, and incredibly optimistic people. In his When Sinners Say “I Do”: Discovering the Power of the Gospel for MarriageDave Harvey shares gospel strategies for encouraging sinners to learn to be lovers.

As he says in the preface:

“If you are married, or soon to be married, you are discovering that your marriage is not a romance novel. Marriage is the union of two people who arrive toting the luggage of life. And that luggage always contains sin. Often it gets opened right there on the honeymoon, sometimes it waits for the week after. But the suitcases are always there, sometimes tripping their owners, sometimes popping open unexpectedly and disgorging forgotten contents. We must not ignore our sin, because it is the very context where the gospel shines brightest.

The focus of marriage is God’s glory

Harvey begins to lay out the purpose of marriage with this powerful bombshell:

“When we begin to orient our marriages around biblical truth, we see something amazing. Marriage was not just invented by God, it belongs to God. He has a unique claim over its design, purpose, and goals. It actually exists for him more than it exists for you and me and our spouses.”

In the rest of When Sinners Say “I Do,”  Harvey lays out the best practices for reorienting ourselves to this powerful truth.

The power of this book lies in the focus. It doesn’t offer us a to-do list of things that every successful spouse needs to do to make their marriage work. Instead, it encourages us to do the more profound and difficult work of changing our perspective and seeing our marriages—no, scratch that—our lives in a different light.

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Finding Time for Jesus in Your 24/7 Life


You’re busy. Between your job and family, home hardly feels like a place of rest. If you want to make time for yourself, you have to check it against what’s going on in your kids’ lives—school, sports, music lessons, homework, and friends. You make time for your family, or for your job, but are you making time for yourself?

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the busyness of life. When you stretch yourself so thin, stress and anxiety can get the better of you. When your schedule is packed to the brim, any little hiccup in your day can push you over the edge.

What’s stress saying to you?

Sometimes, the stress and anxiety we experience are signals that it’s time to cut back. Or maybe you need to recognize the things you can’t control. Jesus offers us a gentle invitation when we experience stress. He says, “Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest” (Matthew 11:28–30).

When life keeps piling on, ask yourself, “What’s holding it all together?” Your determination? Your dreams? Your children’s happiness? If your answer is anything but Jesus, that might just be why the stress and anxiety feel like too much to bear. God isn’t necessarily telling you that you have to do less. But living life to the fullest doesn’t mean filling all 24 hours of your day either (John 10:10).

Where are the cracks in your life?

It’s easy to feel like you don’t have time for God. Spending time with God is just one more thing that you would do more if you didn’t have so much going on. People depend on you. They need things from you. You feel selfish for even thinking about taking time for yourself. But time with God is different, and you do have time for it.

If your life is already packed, start by filling in the cracks with Jesus. While you’re standing in line at the grocery store. When you’re waiting in the car for your kids. At lunch. These are the perfect times to open up a daily devotional and see what God has to say to you right there, in that moment. And here’s the thing: when you give time to God, the rest of your time is worth more.

The God who exists outside of time strips stress of its power. When you let God restore you daily, you can put anxiety in its place (Psalm 23:1–4). God wants you to live life to the fullest, and when you let him into the cracks, he shapes you into a better parent, employee, spouse, friend, and leader.

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Return to the Vine: How to Confront Spiritual Drought


John 15:1–17 contains one of the Bible’s most powerful metaphors. Jesus says, “I am the true vine, and my Father is the vinedresser.” Your relationship to the vine affects whether this passage offers you encouragement, a challenge, a warning, or some combination of the three. No matter where you are physically, spiritually, or emotionally, Jesus calls us to remain in him—and by remaining in him, we can bear fruit. So ask yourself: are you remaining?

After years of following Jesus out of duty, nineteenth-century preacher and missionary Andrew Murray discovered the passionate, fruitful life to which Jesus calls his followers. Murray prayed, “May not a single moment of my life be spent outside the light, love, and joy of God’s presence.” Murray pursued a life filled by the joy of Jesus, and put missions work at the forefront of his ministry. Thousands of miles from the place where he discovered his faith and far from his home, Murray remained in Jesus.

Running on empty

Murray understood the feeling of being withered. He knew what it was like to feel spiritually empty, emotionally drained, and weary from the troubles of life. In the devotional Abiding in Christ, he responded to the euphoric joy of experiencing God’s provision, “And yet you have had some disappointment. As time went on, your expectations were not always realized. The blessings you once enjoyed were lost; the love and joy of your first meeting with your savior, instead of deepening, have become faint and weak. And you have often wondered why, with such a mighty and loving savior, your experience of salvation was not a fuller one.”

Maybe you used to read the Word more. Maybe you used to pray more. Maybe you’ve stopped going to church, or meeting with a friend to talk about what Jesus has been teaching you. Murray writes that when we experience this spiritual dryness, “The answer is very simple. You wandered from him. The blessings he bestows are all connected with his ‘Come to me,’ and are only to be enjoyed in close fellowship with him. You either did not fully understand, or did not rightly remember, that the call meant ‘Come to me and remain with me.’”

Refuel your spirit

Murray sought to live every moment for Christ, and to continually find the joy that comes with abiding in him. In the midst of this, Murray wrote over 240 books and treatises. He poured out his passionate pursuit of Jesus in his prolific writing, encouraging you to answer Jesus’ call to “come” and “abide.”

If you’re experiencing spiritual drought, Jesus is still there for you—he wants you to remain in him as he remains in you. There are so many resources out there that help us remain in the vine. Scripture and prayer are crucial, but when you’re in a season of drought, sometimes those spiritual elements can feel dry, too. Sometimes it takes a little inspiration from another imperfect human to point you back to the perfection of Jesus and to remember that apart from the vine, us branches shrivel, and our fruit dries up.

To learn more about abiding in Christ, and to find the encouragement to remain in him, I highly recommend Andrew Murray’s daily devotional, Abiding in Christ, as well as Teach Me to Pray. Explore all of Murray’s powerful titles on Vyrso today.

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Instructing a Child’s Heart by Tedd and Margy Tripp
Provide solid instruction and guidance for your child so they can confidently answer fundamental questions like, “Who am I?” “How can I find happiness?” and “Why do I exist?” It’s the parents’ job to provide children with a consistent, biblical framework for understanding the world and their place in it. This book guides you through being a strong source of wisdom and love for your child so they can grow into the faithful person God designed them to be.

Everyday Talk: Talking Freely and Naturally About God with Your Children by John Younts
Learn to use ordinary conversations to show your kids God’s goodness and wisdom. With clear biblical teaching, John Younts illustrates how to lead your children into a greater awareness of the presence and glory of God.

Get Offa My Case! Godly Parenting of an Angry Teen by Rick Horne
There is no silver bullet that will transform an angry teen into a respectful, responsible young adult. However, there is a God who can transform us, the way we parent, and the atmosphere we allow to develop in our home. This book teaches parents to pursue and be satisfied with God’s glory, which in turn allows them to seek change in their teenager’s heart. Rick Horne shows parents how to reestablish godly family leadership and find the joy of the Lord–even if their teen doesn’t change.

Loving the Church: God’s People Flourishing in God’s Family by John Crotts
One of the most important relationships for all Christians is their involvement in God’s family. Loving the Church lays the vital foundation for applying his glorious plan to our lives. Pastor Tony Carter says, “This book reminds us that there is no greater joy on earth than to be in God’s family, the church.”

Lost in the Middle: MidLife and the Grace of God by Paul David Tripp
You do not have to be paralyzed by regret, defeated by age, and discouraged by the passing of your dreams. This middle period of life, which can seem like the end of many things, can actually welcome you to a brand-new way of living. Paul David Tripp shows you how the Bible can address any of life’s experiences—because it was written by the one who made them all.

When Sinners Say “I Do”: Discovering the Power of the Gospel for Marriage by Dave Harvey
C.J. Mahaney says, “Dave Harvey not only offers a biblical diagnosis of marital strife, but prescribes the cure as well—the gospel.” Jerry Bridges says, “This book will be helpful for any married couple whether they’ve been married five weeks or fifty years.”

Guiltless Living: Confessions of a Serial Sinner Captured by the Grace of God by Ginger Hubbard
Removing her “good Christian” mask, Ginger Hubbard opens the dark chapters of her heart in order to share about the glorious grace of God toward repentant sinners. Get ready to laugh. Get ready to cry. Get ready for a deeper, more authentic relationship with Jesus Christ.

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Enter to Win a MacBook Air, Logos 5 Gold, and R. C. Sproul Books!

Ligonier blog header--largeLigonier Ministries was founded by one of today’s most well-respected theologians: R. C. Sproul. To help kick-start Ligonier Ministries’ West Coast conference, we’re giving away a MacBook Air, Logos 5 Gold, eight R. C. Sproul books, and two tickets to the Seattle conference!

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This year’s conference, called “Overcoming the World: Being a Christian in a Post-Christian Culture,” will be held from June 6 to 7 in Seattle, Washington. Register before April 11, and save 25% with early-bird discounts! Prices jump from $59 to $79, so register now and save.

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4. Preaching the Cross

5. Saved from What?

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3 Books to Help You Be a Better Saver


Nobody knows your finances like you do. Maybe you don’t know as much about money as an accountant or financial advisor, but they don’t know the intricacies of your life and the experiences that influence your financial priorities. An expert can tell you the best way to use your money to accomplish a particular goal, but only you know exactly where that goal fits in your financial picture—and how the sacrifices you make will affect your other goals.

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If you have kids of your own or you work with students, you know how hard it can be to talk about paying for college. If you, your children, or others you know have decided that college is the right path, then you’ll want to hear what Kristina Ellis has to say about finding financial freedom while pursuing higher education. Check out Confessions of a Scholarship Winner: The Secrets That Helped Me Win $500,000 in Free Money for College—How You Can Too!

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