Aaron has served as the worship pastor at Grace Fellowship Church (outside Atlanta, GA) for the past seven years. His heart is to restore the Word of God to the foundation of corporate worship, and to see a shift in the next generation of worship leaders (who lead songs) to becoming more biblically empowered worship pastors (who lead people).
Several months out of the year, Aaron has younger worship pastors living in his home as part of an intensive worship discipleship course, involving daily teaching, mentoring, coaching, and community.
Aaron’s band travels internationally, leading worship and coaching worship leaders as the Lord gives opportunity, and Aaron works with Kingsway Music, from the United Kingdom.
Aaron and his wife of 11 years, Megan, have four sons – Cooper, Judah, Nyle, and Linen. Aaron and Megan graduated from Furman University in Greenville, SC, where they were a part of planting CrossRoads Community Church (in Simpsonville, SC) with Aaron’s parents, Steve and Becky. Aaron led worship at Crossroads for seven years before moving to Grace.
Between church life, traveling, song-writing, discipleship and parenting, Aaron and Megan are loving their lives and excited about their next season of life, love, and discipleship.
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This is as up to date as it gets. If a new song hits the airwaves and it starts trending fast, chances are you will be able to spot it here. If an old song suddenly spikes because of a unique current event, you'll see that here as well. So get out a bag of popcorn and hit refresh every 10 minutes to watch the race.
These are the best moderate slow worship songs in a 3/4 time signature.
Our God is a mighty fortress. There is safety in His dwelling and comfort under His wings. He is a King that protects, a Stronghold that provides, and a Father that pursues us eternally. Our God is a mighty fortress; a defender of all He calls His own. Here is a list of songs focusing on a fortress.
Imagine live brass, wind, and stringed instruments filling out the sound of your modern worship band. It's not just about sounding like the recording -- it's about engaging people of all ages who desperately want to get involved, use their gifts, and play inspiring music. There is room for more than just drums, bass, piano, and guitars. What about trumpets, flutes, violins, cellos, trombones, or clarinets. If you are willing to put them on stage, we have charts to help them fit right in.
From contemporary worship to traditional hymns, here are Christian songs about heaven. The Kingdom of Heaven, the throne of God, angels crying holy holy holy, the return of Christ, our sanctification complete, no sickness, no death and no tears, rejoicing, eternal life -- these are just a few of the many words and ideas that come to mind as we think about heaven.