'All human beings worship.' So Marianne H. Micks begins this book, which explores the act of worship as part of a living Christian faith. Far from what we do in church on Sunday morning, worship lies at the heart of how we live our lives each day. Marianne Micks discusses the work of the Holy Spirit in worship, Jesus' own tradition of worship, the importance of worshiping with others, and the practice of discipleship through personal prayer, friendship, and a rule of life. She anchors personal devotion firmly in the church's liturgy, offering a valuable corrective to do-it-yourself religion. Christians have been worshiping a long time, and Marianne Micks has a rich store of wisdom and experience to draw on. In this book her sources are both ancient and modern, Protestant and Catholic, Orthodox and Anglican. Like Evelyn Underhill, to whose great book Worship this one is a successor, Marianne Micks is at once solidly grounded in the history and practice of her own worshipping community and thoroughly ecumenical.