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 describes Austin Stone Worship’s five foundations and how those values play into everything we do.
Relationships between worship leaders and pastors can often be difficult. In this video, Matt Carter shares how to improve the worship leader-pastor relationship.
We all want to foster a healthy worship culture, but how do we get there?
In this video clip from one of our monthly Austin Stone Worship Collective gatherings, Aaron cautions our team from falling asleep in our affections for Christ.
Tony Merida shares his thoughts on some key characteristics that worship pastors should have.
Listen to this short message from Aaron to hear about some of the exciting things coming up with Austin Stone Worship! Check out the upcoming Austin Stone Worship events
As Director of Austin Stone Worship, I currently have the challenge of organizing worship teams across four campuses and several huge special events throughout the year. In what I’ve learned so far, here are 7 keys for making this whole thing work:
Where are you currently strong in shepherding your band or team? Where are your currently weak in shepherding them?
Ultimately, a leader knows how to suffer, encourage and rejoice with you. They’re committed to you as much or more than you are to them. A leader that can do that will always have great guys or guys worth having around him.