About Alicia

Alicia is available to speak on the subject of worship at churches, seminars, classes, workshops, retreats and other ministry events. Please use the "contact" form above to discuss bringing The Way of the Worshipper to your ministry event!

Alicia Purdy is the author and publisher of the book “The Way of the Worshipper” and the “Devotional Workbook” that supports the journey of the lifestyle of praise among the people of God. As a veteran journalist, speaker and worship leader living upstate N.Y., Alicia hosts a weekly, local radio show, “Living Out Loud!” on the Alive Radio Network and publishes worship-based devotionals on TheWayoftheWorshipper.com. She is also working on completing her first novel that explores a future, dystopian world that has been wiped clean of religion, gender and capitalism- and how God breaks through.

Alicia was inspired by the Holy Spirit to write The Way of the Worshipperto bring a powerful, life-changing understanding of God’s deliberate design for worship to other believers. It’s her desire that The Way of the Worshipper help facilitate a deeper connection with the Spirit of God through understanding the purposes for which God created worship and what worship means to Him, so that each believer can walk in victory over the enemy in all areas of life.

Click here to view the foundational teaching: “The Seven Hebrew Words for Praise”

Alicia’s calling is to encourage Christians in their faith by pointing them to the Word of God as the ultimate authority, and by teaching Kingdom principles to help others, “Run the race that is set before them,” (Hebrews 12:1-2) with knowledge, endurance and strength. Three of the most necessary tools any believer can have!

You can reach out to Alicia at: Publisher@TheWayoftheWorshipper.com

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Don’t forget to pick up a copy of The Way of the Worshipper on Amazon – and AVAILABLE NOW you can also purchase The Way of the Worshipper: A Devotional Workbook for deeper study, personal examination and spiritual growth!
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