Episode 70 • Raising Up the Next Generation of Worship Leaders with Aaron Keyes

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

What does it take to raise up the next generation of worship leaders? Today we are joined by Aaron Keyes, founder, and leader of Ten Thousand Fathers worship school in Atlanta, Georgia. There are seminaries for pastors, mission agencies that prepare missionaries to reach the nations, bible colleges for youth pastors, and yet most worship leaders don’t have this type of training.

At Ten Thousand Father’s, their mission is to…

“equip and empower leaders who can go back and change their communities’ definition and experience of worship… and through this, we can change the world for His kingdom’s sake.”

Listen in as we talk about what has been missing from the way we raise up worship leaders and how Ten Thousand Fathers is completely transforming the way we teach. Don’t miss this incredible episode! And be sure to check out all the amazing things Ten Thousand Fathers is doing by going to www.worship.school.

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