From the heart of every lyric to each soaring chorus, it’s the unmistakable fingerprint found on any Aaron David song you hear: inspiration. It’s also what drives his passion as a worship leader and consultant in San Antonio and across Texas. "For me, congregational worship is simply a result of being inspired to glorify our Creator,” he says. “With every opportunity, my hope is to remind the listener of the greatness and goodness of a selfless Savior and encourage the natural response, which is a humble heart of immeasurable gratitude.”
Though now most recognizable behind his Breedlove acoustic guitar, Aaron’s musical experience actually began on alto saxophone as a section horn player for Dave Bell's Lion of Judah band as they traveled throughout Texas in the late ‘90s. At the same time, he assisted the Destiny Church youth band on keys and BGVs while teaching himself acoustic guitar in his spare time. Soon after, Aaron received the call to leadership and put his newly learned instrument to use as the youth worship leader.
In late 2006, he and the family relocated to Houston to follow the call as a worship leader for the youth of Lakewood Church. This led to opportunities to play for other ministries throughout the church, including the main worship services on weekends and Wednesdays in the 17,000-seat auditorium. During 2009, he also began leading at Woodlands Church in the Woodlands with Kerry Shook, alongside Greg and Janna Long from Avalon. After two years in Louisiana as a worship pastor, he returned to San Antonio in the summer of 2014 and currently serves as the associate worship minister at Oak Hills Church with Max Lucado. Aaron continues to write and tour throughout Texas and Louisiana, both as a solo artist and as one half of the romance duo with his lovely bride Amanda, Two Things One!