Aaron sits down with Todd Fields from Worship Circle to talk about worship, inspiration, & astronomy.
Brett is the worship pastor at North Point Community Church outside Atlanta, GA. 10 years ago Brett graduated from our brand new worship school, and in this episode he shares some of what he learned in that time, and he’s learned since that time. He’s got several very helpful words for leaders, worship pastors, and songwriters in this conversation. “Leadership isn’t a ladder…“, “You take care of your depth…“, and Brett’s prayer every Sunday morning will stick with you.Music featured in this episode: “Refuge” and “Sons and Daughters”, both led by Brett Stanfill.
Cameron Walker sits down with Lauren Settembrini, to discuss her journey with the Enneagram, a personality assessment the Worship School uses for spiritual growth. Lauren is part of the local 10,000 Fathers team in Atlanta and serves as one of the Worship Pastors at Grace Snellville. Be sure to catch the bonus clip on the end for a funny story!
Aaron goes into the studio with Matt to talk about his brand new hymns record, out today, called “His Mercy is More.” In this episode we get to hear 3 of the tracks off the record, 2 of which were co-writes with Aaron (“Lord Have Mercy” and “Magnificent Marvelous”). Great content in here about confession, songwriting, knowing your audience, and patience in our craft.Background music by our brilliant alum, David Lunsford.
Our good friend Glenn Packiam has released his 5th book, called “Blessed Broken Given: How Your Story Becomes Sacred in the Hands of Jesus”; Glenn (along with Paul Baloche) co-wrote one of our favorite worship songs called “Your Name” back in the day, and today we got to talk about some of the great content in the new book.
Today marks the release day for our newest single, “Won My War,” featuring Taylor Breen. Taylor (and Aaron Keyes) wrote this new song and in this episode we get to talk all about the songwriting process, the lyrical and musical composition, and get into a discussion with several great insights regarding songwriting with Pete James, our dear friend from 10,000 Fathers Europe School, and Aaron’s co-writer on “King Forevermore (God the Uncreated One)” and “Thank you for Fathering Me.”
Aaron sits down with Jonathan Martin, author of "Prototype" and "How to Survive a Shipwreck" to talk worship, spiritual fatherhood, & the trickiness of leading in this cultural moment.
Dee and Jenn Wilson sit down with Aaron to discuss the current state of music in the Church and some ways in which we can broaden our perspective.