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Winter- Spring Report 2016 to 2017 for NAFEC UK, and Emmaus Road Ministries. (USA)
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ERM/NAFEC UK Spring report
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REPORT OF RECENT MINISTRY IN NE ASIA JUNE 2015
July 23 2015

New links for ERM
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A Journey from Wales to North Korea
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2013 REPORT
November 28 2013

EMMAUS ROAD MINISTRY REPORT 2011-2012
August 07 2012

Korean choir’s missionary tribute
May 05 2011

Hanover Manse Report 2009-10
August 26 2010

The True Meaning Of Martyrdom
January 14 2010

NEW YORK PRAYER VIGIL
January 06 2010

Dr. Lyngdoh’s thank you and update
August 25 2009

WALES AND ROBERT JERMAIN THOMAS’ HOME
August 20 2009

Dr. Prosperly B. Lyngdoh
February 18 2009

January Newsletter Update
January 01 2009

Bangladesh Experience
December 08 2008

JAY ASHLEY COURTNEY
October 15 2008

Abdul requires open-heart surgery
September 17 2008

A CELTIC CELEBRATION
September 12 2008

Philip Eleazar Price
July 29 2007

Jonathan Hodgkins
October 01 2006

Welcome

JAY ASHLEY COURTNEY

October 15 2008

JayJay Ashley Courtney, age 18, has been blessed with a gift of music. The spirituality of his personhood is expressed in his singing, and is readily appreciated by those who have the privilege of listening to him.

From a very young age, despite being troubled by many childhood ear infections with resulting partial deafness, Jay has ‘perfect pitch’ in various musical keys.

At the age of 10, when staying with my family in USA for 1 year following the death of his grandfather Gerald Courtney, Jay sang at various church and school functions. On several occasions he sang with Uncle Steve’s choir [Boston North Shore Christian Men’s Choir], who were proud of their youngest member. Since that time, schooled by the late Philip E. Price [Steve’s brother], Jay has learned to sing to all age groups, at small and large gatherings.

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His rendition of “I’ll walk with God” astounded the congregants at Phil’s funeral in August…..that such a mature and impassioned voice could come from such a little frame!
"Jay Ashley!" as his grandmother Norah Courtney addresses him when she needs to command his attention, is now singing with the tenors of the Blaenavon Male Choir, Wales.
 I trust that you will be blessed by his talent as you listen to jay sing on this CD.
"Watch this space!"

Dr. Steve Price,
Massachusetts, USA.