Aaron Keyes

       

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For the past 13 years, the Keyes family has been rooted in Grace Fellowship Church, where Aaron served as the worship pastor for many years. Aaron and his band travel nationally & internationally, leading worship and training leaders. In 2007, the Keyes launched their worship school, with four students coming to live in their basement and on their tour bus for six months of "real, gritty shared-life and on-the-job discipleship."

Since then, many worship pastors from around the world have come through their home, gone through their training, and become part of their broader family, 10,000 Fathers.

Presently, Aaron serves primarily at The Church of the Apostles, in Atlanta, through a new partnership with 10,000 Fathers that sees a collaborative rotation of worship leaders all working together to lead the worship ministry.

Aaron's most recent album is "In the Living Room," which features the standout song "Sovereign Over Us" which is the title track of Michael W. Smith's latest project.

Please note: This bio has been taken from Aaron Keyes' own website at http://www.aaronkeyes.com/


Is Worship Leading A Spiritual Gift?

For the last 15 years, the Keyes family has been rooted in Grace Fellowship Church, where Aaron still serves as a worship pastor.

Aaron and his band travel nationally & internationally, leading worship and training leaders. Aaron has recorded five albums, the most recent being a two-part project with his band called, “Through it All.” 10,000 Fathers has released two albums, releasing the fantastic “Adventure” project in 2016. 



Aaron's latest project, Mere Worship, is a private network of worship leaders from around the world who are helping each other to navigate worship leading, particularly during Covid-19. It's a space to ask and discuss difficult questions, and to learn, share and grow with one another. We are so much better together than on our own! Find out more from Aaron and Mere Worship below.

Ten Thousand Fathers, and the new generation of European worshippers

Aaron Keyes talks about Ten Thousand Fathers, and their ambitions in discovering, inspiring and cultivating a new generation of European worshippers and worship leaders.

Discipleship: It's worse than I thought

We're called to make disciples, not clones, says Aaron Keyes. And that's not easy.

Why on Earth are Worship Leaders not Making Disciples?

The sad truth is that it’s easier to write songs, record albums, and play shows than it is to make disciples. Aaron Keyes wants to change that.


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