The birth of the ministry of Aaron Robinson came through a deep passion for wanting to see a lifestyle change in this young generation of today. Seeking truth, redemption, and direction at age eighteen, Aaron was led on a path of reformation and restructure opposing the characteristics and manners he adopted growing up in the impoverished inner-city of Muskegon, Michigan. Early on in Aaron's teenage years he turned his interest towards gang life, drug peddling, and theft. This behavior worried his mother so much to where she began to lose patience and faith that he would turn from mischief and live up to his true potential. Her grief and pain concerning this matter brought about a dream from God, in which, she was shown that Aaron was bound by a chain at his hands and feet to a porch of a home of what was believed to be a "crack-house." This revelation brought about a pursuit for Aaron's mother to leave the state of Michigan at all cost to protect her son from harm. Weeks later Aaron and his immediate household family of four had relocated to Metro Atlanta. After this move, Aaron claims that his perspective on life had changed and that he had began to seek the ways of Jesus Christ, being only sixteen years of age at that time. For two years Aaron had wrestled with the notion of being fully committed to living for Jesus Christ and living for his own fleshly desires. As Aaron recalls, he had had an spiritual encounter at age eighteen thus surrendering his life to Jesus Christ and answering the call to reach the youth by means of music, lifestyle, and preaching the Gospel. Now at age twenty-four Aaron presents his first single "365 (Confess His Name)" in effort to fulfill what God had spoken over his life.