Episode 96 • The Power of Biblical Songwriting with Aaron Shust

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  • Libby Lewis

Tune in to episode 96 as we sit down with Aaron Shust to talk about the power of infusing scripture into your songwriting.

Aaron Shust is an incredible writer, artist, and worship leader and was named the Songwriter of the Year at the GMA Dove Awards of 2007, and his song, “My Savior My God”, received the Song of the Year award.

Aaron’s life calling as a Christian Artist and especially a worship leader is to point to Jesus. Scripture, Scripture-infused lyrics, lyrics that spotlight God’s characteristics…these are exponentially more important than a jaw-dropping vocal or instrumental performance. One is far more vital than the other.

If you need inspiration for writing lyrics or encouragement in your ministry, this episode is for you!

Also, be sure to check out Aaron Shust’s newest Album “Nothing to Fear“!

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The Worship Online Podcast is produced by Worship Online in Nashville, TN.

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