Aaron Keyes and Kathryn Maack join Fellowship Talks for an exciting episode about worship. Unfortunately for our listeners, Amy is out of town, but Dan is still here to hold things together. We talk about the Dwell Conference at Fellowship Bible Church in Little Rock. Aaron Keyes is a songwriter, father, and teacher. He spoke at the Dwell Conference last year and is a featured speaker again this year. Dan, Aaron, and Kathryn talk about what true worship is and how families can bring worship into a regular family routine.
The Dwell Conference is March 9-10, 2018 at Fellowship Bible Church’s Little Rock Campus. You can learn more about Dwell and register for the conference here: Dwell Conference
Kathryn Maack serves as a Women’s Pastor at Fellowship Bible Church.
Aaron Keyes is worship pastor at Grace Fellowship Church in Atlanta Georgia. Aaron and his band travel nationally & internationally, leading worship and training leaders. In 2008, 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 leaders from around the world have come through their home, gone through their training, and become part of their broader family, 10,000 Fathers.
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 heart is to restore the Word of God to the foundation of corporate worship and to help lead the next generation of worship leaders (who lead songs) to become more biblically empowered worship pastors (who lead people).
Thanks for listening to Fellowship Talks! Our goal is to infuse the mission and values of Fellowship into the daily life of each person at Fellowship by giving our church a midweek connection to the church.
Special thanks to:
Michelle Younkman for giving voice to the podcast’s introduction and conclusion.
Dave Younkman for serving as our recording engineer.
We the Union for lending the use of their song “Alive in Us.”
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