Jeff Magnum talks about losing interest in the person and work of Jesus and how scripture can reinvigorate us.
We only have a very limited number of songs that we do in any season because there’s nothing worse than showing up to a place week after week where you recognize one song in the set. You can’t engage in that when you’re unfamiliar with 90% of the content.
Jeff Mangum talks about how often we, as leaders in the church, become uninterested in the gospel and are unsure of how to crave it again.
Tyler David talks about the slowness of sanctification. There are seasons where we may feel like we’re not changing or growing. We must seek out maturity to grow.
Aaron Ivey talks about how the Word of God is the most important part of a worship ministry. The highest aim for a worship gathering is that people would be focused toward hearing the preaching of the Word of God. If we don’t offer The Word, we’re not offering our people much of anything at all – just an experience.
Tyler David teaches about how we should, and will, never stop growing. God is the only one who doesn’t change. Over time, we should grow to bear fruit. This is our proof of genuine faith.
Aaron Ivey explains the necessity of engaging people in the church. As shepherds and leaders of our church, if we’re people who aren’t engaging with other people then we’re not really being shepherds. We’re just being personalities on a stage.
In this video, Aaron Ivey describes why growth as an artist is important for members of the body of Christ. God did not create us to be stagnant and apathetic.
Chris Collins talks about the importance of singing and leading people in truth. When we don’t use the Word of God to check the lyrics of the songs we sing, we are at risk of leading people to worship idols.
Aaron Ivey describes Austin Stone Worship’s five foundations and how those values play into everything we do.