NTX Worship Leaders Conference


January 14-15, 2022
Early Bird Registration: $125 (Until November 30th)
Regular Registration: $175 (Beginning December 1st)

Join us for our first ever NTX Worship Leaders Conference! Come hear from our talented and passionate speakers and learn how the Gospel forms the worship leader!


Keynote Speaker: Aaron Keyes

For the last 15 years, the Keyes family has been rooted in Grace Fellowship Church, where Aaron still serves as worship pastor. Aaron and his band travel nationally & internationally, leading worship and training leaders. In 2008, the Keyes launched their worship school, with four students coming to live in their basement and on their tour bus for six months of "real, gritty shared-life, and on-the-job discipleship." Since then, many worship leaders from around the world have come through their home, gone through their training and become part of their broader family, 10,000 Fathers. Aaron has recorded five albums, the most recent being a two-part project with his band called "Through It All." 10,000 Fathers has released two albums, releasing the fantastic "Adventure" project in 2016. 

Featuring: Jeff Nolte & Mike Romero

Jeff Nolte is no stranger to the music industry. He has been touring on and off for over 30 years with artists such as The Imperials, White Heart, Petra, Don Williams, Michael W. Smith, Lee Greenwood, and The Newsboys. When the need arose to have a rock solid system, Jeff began building his own infrastructure to use while on the road. Other technicians quickly took note and wanted the same quality and reliability in their own systems. Jeff has since been channeling his love for building into every project he does. In October of 2014, Jeff left the road life, allowing him to focus full time on OCD Labs. 

Originally hailing from rainy Seattle, Mike Romero moved to Texas is 1998 to manage Robbie Seay and practice live sound engineering for his friends Robbie Seay and David Crowder Band throughout their "Can You Hear Us?" Tour. What a ride. Soon after, he made the bold transition to full-time student ministry, spending nine years developing not only a love for developing students—but also a passion for songwriting and leading others in worship. During his time as a student pastor, Mike created a set of songs that grew out of God's work and his varied experiences in ministry. The songs were big. They were emotional, life-changing testimonies to the Lord's faithfulness—and Mike knew that they needed to make it to the world. He called his former students—and talented musicians—to support his vision, and reconnected with his friends of the former David Crowder Band (The Digital Age) and recorded an album at Asterisk Sound in Waco, TX. Mike's vision is to create gut-level honest music that resonates with those inside and outside the walls of the church and ultimately points all to the throne of Christ.