Aaron Ivey talks about how we should be enamored with the giver of the gifts rather than the gifts themselves. We must recognize that every good and perfect gift comes from above.
Aaron Ivey talks about how we should be prepared for attacks from the enemy. We must realize that he will come for us first because we are on the front lines as ministers of the gospel.
Aaron Ivey teaches about our role as a shepherd. Jesus calls himself the Good Shepherd, and calls us to imitate how he shepherded people while he was on earth.
Aaron Ivey teaches about how God still desires to be with his people even though he sees every bit of their sin and guilt. Even when we try to hide or wander away from him, he continues to ask us, “Where are you?”
There’s room for a billion more songs to be sung to Jesus by His people. I hope these simple and practical suggestions are helpful as you foster a culture of songwriting in your own church.
Aaron Ivey teaches from Jeremiah 2 about how we are prone to become the things we chase. We should concern ourselves with where God is and what he is doing so that we can chase him and become more like him.
Aaron Ivey walks through his rhythms on a typical Saturday and how they play into his leadership on Sunday.
Aaron Ivey talks about conflict producing excellence in us. Sometimes we need to be called out on our efforts in order to motivate us to be better in our craft.
Aaron talks about the large number of unbelievers that are present in church on any given Sunday and the necessity for the church to engage them and make them feel welcome.
Many worship leaders and pastors wonder why their congregation is not responding in worship. Often times, we forget that we are leaders for a reason. People are going to follow our level of engagement. It is our job to set the temperature of the room.