Happy New Year

What a year this has been!

Huntley released his first book titled “Keys To Avoiding Deception” which won a readers Choice award from Joy & Company Christian Literary Awards in Texas. He also released his latest CD “Days Of Elijah”.

Annette is in the midst of expanding her accounting business: ABC Accounting. She provides consultation and accounting services to individuals and small business owners. If you are looking for help with your small business, give Annette a call!

Natalie recently graduated from Hope College and is now living and working in Washington D.C. In her free time she enjoys writing and is currently working on self publishing her first book.

Natasha is in her junior year at Wheaton College, where she is a captain on the track team and serves as the Sisterhood Coordinator on campus. She is pursuing a degree in Psychology & Neuroscience.

Nicole graduated from Aurora Christian and is now in her freshman year at Olivet Nazarene University. She is currently majoring in Interior Design with a minor in Music. Nicole is a part of both the ONU orchestra and show choir.

Nadia graduated from Covenant Christian School and has begun her freshman year at Aurora Christian High School. She is the point guard on the basketball team and continues to excel in piano and violin.

This was quite a year for our family. We experienced a range of emotions from great joy to deep sadness. We celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary in Hawaii and said goodbye to one of Huntley’s best friends, Neville York. Neville died from a massive heart attack. Through it all, both the good and the bad, we give God thanks for His faithfulness. God bless you as you enter the new year!

What a blessing it is to represent God through the gift of music. This year we saw hundreds come to know the Lord and we look forward to what God has in store for next year. I was honored to be the pianist for the “Summit For Persecuted Christians” in Washington D.C. with Franklin Graham. This was a life changing summit, and I left blessed, challenged, motivated and encouraged. While there, I met Father Douglas who was captured and tortured by ISIS and the relatives of the Christians who were beheaded on the Libyan beach. As Father Douglas said: The suffering was difficult, but what was harder was the feeling that other Christians had forgotten them. I made a promise to not only pray for our brothers and sisters being persecuted worldwide, but to join the chorus and let my voice be heard. Will you join us too?

Another highlight was playing for the Will Graham Festival in Romania. Watching people get saved at these festivals never gets old. Praise God for the Billy Graham Association and the impact it is having on a global scale.

In addition to the concert schedule, I continue to serve in my roll as the artist in residence at Judson University. This December I had the privilege of being the featured artist at the Judson Christmas concert with the choir and orchestra. If you are on Facebook, go to my page for videos of the concert. Thank you for all of your prayers and support, they are greatly appreciated! Blessings,

Rev Huntley Brown
International Concert Pianist