What has the church done to worship? The modern day worship movement has succeeded in appealing to the masses and has set the standard of defining the worship experience in the church-but at what cost? In Spirit and In Truth confronts today's church mindset and beckons our hearts to return to the life of genuine worship. The church's drive to become more culturally relevant has not been without serious repercussions. Somewhere along the way, worship has become about the worshiper rather than the One who is to be worshiped. The prevailing attitude of serving self has usurped God's intention for His people to "worship the Father in spirit and in truth." The fullness of the Christian life can only be experienced when through the life of worship, the Lord is given supreme reign over our lives. In examining biblical insights as well as gleaning from years of worship ministry experience, Jay offers a fresh perspective that challenges the heart to respond to the Father's call to worship-in spirit and in truth-and to discover the possibility of intimately knowing God as He desires to be known.