You can be 100%, completely and entirely unoffendable for the rest of your life!
Jesus warns that, as we near the end of the age, a majority of people will be offended to such a degree that they fall away from the faith.~Francis Frangipane
Offended: to feel vexation or resentment usually by violation of what is proper
It’s stunning how many people in the church worldwide have been hit by offense. Walls go up, division is embraced and demands to be proven right take root in their hearts.
Becoming Unoffendable has dramatically set many people free from a life of hurt, disappointment and anger.
This is a can’t miss service. Invite as many people as you can… people you love can literally be healed and delivered powerfully at this service.
Experience the burning of God in worship this Sunday with Aaron Crider!
“Aaron’s music is very kingdom focused. It exposes people to the majesty of God and His kingdom”. Jason Upton
In 1996, while visiting a church in Pensacola, Florida, Aaron was deeply touched by God. This was a significant turning point in his life, both in his Christian walk and in receiving direction for his future. A couple of weeks later, while at the altar of his home church, God spoke to Aaron’s heart. The Lord spoke to him that He was calling him to be a worshipper, who would lead others before God’s throne, rather than pursuing a career as a pop star. It was with this fresh fire and call on his heart that Aaron began attending Bible College. Upon graduating and receiving a Bachelors Degree in practical ministry and worship, he immediately joined the faculty of F.I.R.E. School of Ministry as music director.
Since then Aaron has traveled throughout the United States and overseas in Asia, Europe, and South America. Aaron uses his music to lead people in worship, teach in conferences and seminars, and record worship albums.
A highlight for Aaron came in 2002, when he was invited to be involved with the “The Call, New York City,” where 100,000+ would gather and pray for revival.
Aaron can be seen regularly leading worship with the likes of Rita Springer, Jason Upton, and Leonard Jones. Jason Upton recently had Aaron lay some background vocals for him on his new “Beautiful People” record and has this to say about Aaron’s music