Morning Worship Service Leaders at NAC 2012

 In All Church of God, NAC: North American Convention


By Tori Allen

NAC is pleased to welcome three outstanding men from across the country who have demonstrated exceptional talent as worship leaders. This year, Rod Dallas, Leo Flores, and Aaron Ferry will each lead worship at the 10:30 AM services, Monday through Wednesday, during convention.

Though he wasn’t born into a Church of God family, Rod Dallas explains that his friend introduced him to the movement at age ten. After high school, Rod attended Warner University, and has been a worship leader for three churches. At NAC, Rod hopes to “create an atmosphere where people feel free to just worship our Lord in a time of community.” Rod will lead worship on Monday morning.

Leo Flores has spent the majority of his life using his gifts to glorify God. Like his father, Leo is no stranger to ministry in the Church of God. As a pastor’s son, he grew up playing drums in churches where his father ministered, but Leo says that he didn’t truly feel his calling until he was well into his teens: “When I was seventeen, I attended a conference where I felt the Lord calling me into worship. I didn’t know what it meant, but I knew that I had to use everything I had already learned and everything that I was going to learn for God’s glory.” Leo attended Mid-America Christian University, where he met Megan, his wife and talented singer. Today he serves at Centerville Christian Fellowship in Centerville, Ohio. Leo will lead worship on Tuesday morning.

Worship leadership is second nature to Aaron, the pastor of worship arts for Towne Boulevard Church of God in Middletown, Ohio. The Warner University alum says he celebrates his Church of God heritage but looks forward to “greater days ahead,” referring to Haggai 2:9. It is with this same spirit that Aaron comes to NAC, where he hopes his leadership makes a lasting impact: “It doesn’t matter if people remember the songs that were sung; it only matters that they had a fresh encounter with Jesus.” Aaron will lead worship on Wednesday morning.

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