Huntley Brown grew up in a Christian home on the island of Jamaica. His parents, Myrtle and Alpheus Brown, taught him what it means to be a Christian, and at an early age he accepted Christ. Without knowing how to read music, he learned to play the piano by imitating his brothers. His Father who played the accordion and a little piano gave Huntley some basic instructions, and he also received instructions from Mr. Paul Tucker, a family friend. Mostly though, he learned by listening to different recordings.
Huntley’s music ministry has taken him all over the world, with TV, radio, and concert appearances. In the United States, he has performed from coast to coast, with ministry opportunities at churches of every size and denomination. He is now the pianist for Ruth Graham and Friends Ministries and also ministers with the Franklin Graham team.
Huntley became an ordained minister in 2007 by the Evangelical Church Alliance International and now serves on the board. In 2011 Huntley became an Artist Ambassador for Kids Alive International a group dedicated to rescuing kids around the world.
Just as he has to practice piano every day, Huntley has to spend time daily in the Word and in prayer. Music is an offering of praise, a gift that he wants to give back to God. His continual prayer is that the glory of God will shine through the notes, and the Holy Spirit will send the music straight to the heart, drawing people to the abundance of life in Christ.
Love offering will be received
CDs will be available for purchase
Pastor David Miller
June 21, 2015 ~ June 24, 2015
On Sunday, February 8 in the 10:45 a.m. worship service the Hannibal-LaGrange University Chamber Choir will be in concert. RED BUD first baptist CHURCH invites the community to come and experience this blessing. A love offering will be received for the choir.
The Hannibal-LaGrange University Chamber Choir is a team of men and women who present sacred a cappella music and songs with acoustic instruments as a worship ministry. Along with music of various styles, the group also shares testimonies, scripture, and life experiences associated with their music. The Chamber Choir performs as a mixed choir.