Help Nominate for a readers choice award

Dear Friends,

Thanks for all your support over the years. We only have a few days left but I know we can do this.

My new book called “Keys To Avoiding Deception” has been nominated for a readers choice award. If you could vote and also encourage your friends to vote that would be incredible.

To vote click on this link and select “Keys to avoiding deception”

https://form.jotform.com/72860999584175

If this link does not work just go to the main website and click on the Christian literary award icon above the Christian Living category.

http://www.joyandcompany.org/

Thanks for all your help. You can get all your friends to vote too:)

Blessings,

Huntley Brown

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Keys To Avoiding Deception / Keys For Living

God is a good God. My new book entitled “Keys To Avoiding Deception / Keys For Living” is finally here. This book is a practical guide to Biblical discernment in a contradictory world. Rooted in Biblical thought and loaded with personal examples, readers are taken on a necessary journey. Some of the keys addressed include:……

  1. Why do you believe what you believe?
  2. Who are you? Have you clearly defined yourself?
  3. What’s the difference between knowledge and wisdom?
  4. What are life’s most important questions?
  5. Who are your advisors?
  6. The danger of false worship. Plus many more.

In addition to the book launch I’ve also released my latest CD entitled. “Days of Elijah” Its been 8 years since we released our last CD so this one is long over due...

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Summit For Persecuted Christians

I was honored to be the pianist for the recently completed ” Summit For Persecuted Christians.” Following the summit I tried a few times to write down some reflections but had difficulty. Saying I was blessed, challenged, motivated and encouraged are just a few of the words that come to mind. Ravi Zacharias summed up my feelings when he said he was humbled and did not feel worthy to address this group.

Hearing first hand accounts of unimaginable suffering really impacted me.

Franklin Graham wrote this on his face book page.

>>>At this World Summit, I’ve had the privilege of meeting and talking with many who have experienced the horrors of persecution firsthand. Today I met a woman from Iran whose father was hanged to death because of his faith...

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Concert Invitation For Covenant Christian School – March 25

Dear Friends,

Its time again for the annual fundraising concert for Covenant Christian School in Aurora IL.

International Pianist Huntley Brown is Back to Perform at Covenant Christian School 2017 CCS Annual Spring Benefit Concert Satu

The concert will be held on Saturday March 25 @ 6:00 PM

Concert Venue!!
West Aurora High School Auditorium
1201 W. New York St Door # 19
Aurora IL 60506

Tickets:
Tickets for the concert can be obtained by calling the school at 630 801 7955. The tickets are free but a free will offering will be taken at the concert.

If you are unable to make the concert but would like to make a donation to help the school, you may do so by making a check payable to Covenant Christian School.

The schools address is:

Covenant Christian School
10 North Edgelawn Dr
Aurora IL 6050...

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International pianist instrumental in small school’s success

By Denise Crosby / The Beacon-News

I’m sitting here at my desk, fingers perched anxiously atop the computer keyboard, waiting for inspiration.

Nothing less will suffice when writing about Huntley Brown, an international Christian concert pianist who, whether he’s performing at Carnegie Hall, a peace summit in war-torn Belfast or a maximum security prison, has changed lives through the magic of his own fingers that dance with such passion across they keyboard of a piano.

Many of you are familiar with Brown. If you’ve heard his music or met the 53-year-old native Jamaican with the distinctive accent and wide smile over the decades he’s lived here in Aurora, you would not forget him.

But I’ll bet there are also plenty of readers who have no idea who I’m talking about...

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