AMM - Amerson Music Ministries

Amerson Music Ministries is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, established in 1988, designed for ministry to the local church, the church at large and to the marketplace.

Steve’s gift of communicating through word and song has been used in churches, with other ministries and nonprofit organizations. Steve has performed at Carnegie Hall, the Hollywood Bowl and with symphony orchestras here and abroad, and on countless feature films, commercials and television shows.

The vision of Amerson Music Ministries is to act as an agent of Jesus Christ to reach the un-churched, change lives and influence culture with an encouraging and uplifting message of hope and joy that is found in Christ Jesus. The mission of Amerson Music Ministries is to assist Steve Amerson in utilizing his God-given gifts and talents to help build the Kingdom of God here on earth.

Steve has been given the unique opportunity and honor to sing for countless Congressional Medal of Honor Society events. His ministry to these American heroes, our Wounded Warriors and our veterans is bringing &lquot;living water&rquot; to the desert. In these patriotic events, Steve is increasingly drawn to call America to a restored relationship with God.

Since 2014 Steve has traveled to Washington, D.C. twice a month to lead worship in The Jefferson Gathering weekly worship services in the United States Capitol. He meets with and prays for those on Capitol Hill. He is recognized on Capitol Hill as an encourager and an ambassador of God’s love.

Please accept my deep and sincere gratitude for the tremendous ministry you bring to Washington, DC. Your unwavering commitment to lovingly represent Christ in this spiritually dark environment has repeatedly been like a drink of cool water for a dry and thirsty soul. On those days of unrelenting activity and pressure, I have often meandered into the office in utter exhaustion seeking a moment of quiet and find a card on the desk with the encouraging words that you prayed specifically for me on that day.

Congressman Jody Hice