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In this brutally honest interview, worship leader Aaron Keyes explains how he's trying to reform the 'worship industry' from the inside. The writer of 'Sovereign Over Us' believes the worship world is "too male and too pale", cares more about production than presence, and lacks honesty in its songs, especially when compared to the Psalms. Admitting that as every year goes by his own songs become "less relevant and more cheesy", the 39 year old says he's desperate to invest in the next generation of leaders, teaching them not just to be worship leaders, but disciples. Why? Because the world doesn't need more people singing songs, it needs more spiritual leaders.
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