Video Lessons

One of the strategies we have utilized in ongoing worship education is the use of brief “Worship Words” lessons – 3 to 5 minutes in length – that we teach at the beginning of our services once every month or two. The lessons often highlight a Hebrew or Greek “verb of worship.”  We will present on this page some samples of those lessons and .pdfs for you to adapt to the needs of the congregation you serve.

The idea is that we highlight the particular word, show how it is used, explain what it means, and then illustrate the concept with the time of worship that follows.

These videos, and more, are available on the Life Changing Worship YouTube Channel.

Note also that the Teaching Videos are numbered.  You should begin with LCW-001.  After that, others can be utilized in any order you like, depending on the facet of worship you are wanting to highlight.

Songs, Hymns and Spiritual Songs (Ephesians 5)

WATCH THIS FIRST… Paul encouraged the Ephesian and Colossian disciples to utilize Psalms, hymns and spiritual songs to worship God and minister to one another. What can we learn from this?

Worship Word: “Halal”

Instruction in Praise and Worship defining the Hebrew word Halal and its significance in worshiping God. Narrated by Dave Eastman.

Worship Word: “Patsach”

Dave Eastman covers the Hebrew word Patsach and its meaning and significance in Christian praise and worship.

Worship Words from “Dance Like David”

Using the song “Dance Like David”, we learn about Hebrew words that prompt us to worship actively.

Walking in the Presence of God (Part 1)

The first video of a two-part series on the importance of walking in the presence of God.

Walking in the Presence of God (Part 2)

Dave Eastman continues discussing the importance of walking in God’s presence.

Worship Word: “Rum”

Dave Eastman covers the Hebrew word rum (exalt) which means “to be high” or “to raise up” or “to rise.”


LCW008: “Awesome (part 1)”

A brief video examining the reach of God by considering astronomical distances

“Awesome (part 2)”

“Awesome (part 3)”

“Awesome (part 4)”

Worship Word: “Todah” & “Yadah”

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