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At 14, Alessandra recorded her first CDs: “O Love That Will Not Let Me Go” and “Amor Que No Me Dejarás”. From then on, she has been on tour doing concerts based on her two album releases. Alessandra wishes to pursue her singing career and compliment it with health field studies. Her motto is “A physician restores the body. A musician restores the soul”.","Website":"","Year":2015,"DateCreated":"2015-07-29T11:07:58"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16047,"MusicianName":"Alessandra Sorace","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Alessandra-Sorace-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"For 17 year-old recording artist and speaker Alessandra Sorace, the industry is a platform for sharing her faith; one that has taken her nationwide and abroad. She sings and speaks for diverse events, with audiences ranging hundreds to thousands, such as at the Alamodome for the 60th GC Session with approximately 70,000 in attendance. Her love for God and serving people shows forth in her presentations as she strives to live according to the meaning of her name, “A helper of all people”. www.AlessandraSorace.com","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-06-20T14:06:06"},{"ConventionMusicianId":13352,"MusicianName":"Allison Cheng","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Allison-Cheng-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Allison Cheng, soprano, has performed with multiple ensembles as a vocalist and instrumentalist. Growing up in a family that embraced music, exposed her to choral and orchestral music. She participated in Oregon Pro Arte Youth Chamber Orchestra for two years and Oregon Repertory Singers Youth Choir for ten years. With these two groups she took opportunities to travel locally with OPAYCO and domestically and internationally with ORSYC. In 2011 she was one of the OPAYCO concerto competition winners and sang with the orchestra in the spring of that year. In 2012 she won second place in the La Sierra University Concerto Competition and sang with the orchestra during alumni weekend. Currently she is pursuing a bachelors degree of music in vocal performance at La Sierra University, under the direction of Javier Gonzalez.","Website":"","Year":2015,"DateCreated":"2015-07-29T11:07:04"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16647,"MusicianName":"ASI Youth For Jesus Choir","MusicianThumbnailURL":"","MusicianBio":"Bio coming soon.","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-07-21T15:07:40"},{"ConventionMusicianId":13349,"MusicianName":"Benjamin Gish","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Benjamin-Gish-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Benjamin Gish is the director of the Walla Walla Valley Academy String Orchestra and has a large studio of cellists and bassists ranging in age from pre-school through college. He is also an adjunct artist/faculty at Walla Walla University. Mr. Gish is also assistant principal cellist of the Walla Walla Symphony. He holds both a Bachelor’s degree in Music and a Master’s degree in Cello Performance and Conducting. Mr. Gish is frequently asked to be a clinician for orchestra festivals and guest cellist artist/teacher on various campuses including Southern Adventist University and Walla Walla University. Gish often collaborates with local musicians performing in a wide range of venues including at times the annual Walla Walla Chamber Music Festival. He is married to Connie Camp Gish. They have two children and they are also very proud grandparents of their twin grandchildren.","Website":"","Year":2015,"DateCreated":"2015-07-29T11:07:26"},{"ConventionMusicianId":13345,"MusicianName":"Craig King","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Craig-King-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Craig King, accomplished keyboardist, arranger and composer has been engaged in music ministry for the last decade. Upon graduating from Oakwood Academy Craig was torn between a career in music and a long-held desire to enter the medical profession. At the encouragement of close friends and music advisors he applied and was accepted into Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts - one of the premier Contemporary Music schools in the world - on an initial scholarship grant. In an effort to increase the scholarship amount, Craig, who was already enrolled at Oakwood College, applied and was given an interview and audition slot in Berklee's annual World Scholarship Tour where he competed for additional scholarship monies in Nashville, Tennessee. However, at a critical turning point, God touched Craig's life and revealed His purpose in such a miraculous way that Craig voluntarily turned down the opportunities and privileges of studying at Berklee. Sharply criticized by some friends for his decision, Craig has never looked back and he and his wife Cherie along with their two children are now happily engaged in music ministry.","Website":"","Year":2015,"DateCreated":"2015-07-29T11:07:01"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16135,"MusicianName":"Cyiza Music Ministry","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/CyizaMusicMinistry-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"After marriage, Sam and Jessica Cyiza consolidated their music ministries to form Cyiza Music Ministry. Their first concert took place in California in a small church. Since then, the ministry has grown to include live concerts, an online ministry, and interviews with Christian artists. Cyiza Music Ministry has reached thousands around the world through music and multimedia pointing towards Jesus Christ. Today Cyiza Music Ministry is comprised of Sam & Jessica Cyiza, and Daniel Mugorozi.","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-06-29T01:06:28"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16226,"MusicianName":"Danny Houghton - Houghton Family music","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Danny-Houghton-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"His business card says Vice-President for Marketing and Sales, but you’ll find Danny Houghton playing many roles at One Degree Organic Foods. A Founding Partner, he works directly with President Stan Smith to develop strategy. A key player in supply and procurement, he leads ingredient expeditions around the world, in search of pure veganic harvests. As head of the media team, he coordinates video production at each location and manages print, design, Web, public relations and social media functions. And as someone with a lifelong love for technology, he oversees the software innovations that bring the brand’s famous transparency to life. You’ll find him at every intersection at One Degree, which is really no accident. Since his college days at Southern University and later while pursuing his MBA at the University of San Diego, he has always been intrigued by the intersection of disciplines, the place where breakthroughs occur. For One Degree, that has meant the intersection of fresh new concepts in natural food with the technology to make 100% ingredient transparency real. With a career background in publishing and software development, Danny works to build One Degree into a trusted brand, and to change the way food is produced in North America.","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-07-08T11:07:09"},{"ConventionMusicianId":13254,"MusicianName":"Ethan McGrath","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/presenters/Ethan-McGrath-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Ethan McGrath has a passion for sharing music that brings hope and joy to its hearers and fosters a sense of community among its participants. His favorite means of doing so is as a composer and conductor of sacred choral works, in addition to his frequent performances as pianist and organist. A graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Ethan has also studied at Southern Adventist University and Friedensau Adventist University in Germany, where he received the Herbert Blomstedt Prize for his many musical activities. For his compositions, he has also received prizes from the Lawson-Gould Publishing Company and the Southeastern Composers’ League.","Website":"","Year":2015,"DateCreated":"2015-07-22T13:07:09"},{"ConventionMusicianId":13348,"MusicianName":"Fountainview Academy Orchestra and Singers","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Fountainview-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Fountainview Academy Orchestra and Singers, located in British Columbia, is a group of young people who have dedicated our musical talents to spreading the Gospel. Every student at Fountainview takes part in our music. We have performed concerts all over the United States and Canada with our orchestra and singers and have filmed our music in a variety of settings. We are also blessed with the privilege of sharing our productions and some of our live concerts worldwide via television.","Website":"","Year":2015,"DateCreated":"2015-07-29T11:07:43"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16123,"MusicianName":"Glendale Sanctuary Choir","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/GlendaleSanctuaryChoir-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"The Glendale Sanctuary Choir is an all-volunteer choir that was formed forty years ago as a ministry of the Glendale Seventh-day Adventist Church. It is the oldest and longest continuously running Adventist choir in the state of Arizona. Our purpose is to minister to people with the word of God through inspiring music. Our desire is to glorify God by telling the world that Christ will return again! Visit gschoir.org for more information.","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-06-27T19:06:10"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16225,"MusicianName":"HIS VOICE Men's Chorus","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/HisVoice-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"“His Voice Men's Chorus” is A Christian Men's Chorus Singing God's Love, Following His Voice. Their name “His Voice” comes from John 10:27, 28 “My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow Me...” They are a non-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt corporation. All contributions are tax deductible. They are ordinary Christians that come from SDA churches all over southern California, singing of God's Love and presenting the principles in songs of their Leader Jesus, since 2005.","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-07-08T02:07:59"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16334,"MusicianName":"Houghton - Warren quartet","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Jay-Warren-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Jay Warren Pastor of Thunderbird and Cave Creek churches Senior Bible teacher at Thunderbird Academy Husband of DeeDee Father of Jason, Nathan, and Sara","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-07-15T21:07:35"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16981,"MusicianName":"Javier Gonzalez","MusicianThumbnailURL":"","MusicianBio":"A native of Southern California, tenor Javier Gonzalez holds a Master's degree in vocal performance and choral conducting from the University of New Mexico. He has been described as“a young star on the rise” who is a “…bold arresting tenor… with a shining lyricism.” On the operatic stage he has performed the roles of Javier in Luisa Fernanda, Tamino in The Magic Flute, Canio in I Pagliacci, Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly, Don Jose in Carmen, Roberto in Le Villi, Edgar in Puccini's Edgar and the role of Jesus in the newly acclaimed operatic tableaux, Oh My Son by Spanish composer Marcos Galvany of which he will be reprising this evening. He recently sang the role of Laertes in Opera Southwest's revival production of Amleto this past October. For ten years he served as assistant choral director of the Georgetown Presbyterian Chorale in Washington, D.C., and has been a guest choral and vocal clinician for the Vocal Arts Society of Washington. He continues to travel as a voice and choral clinician around the country presenting master classes for young singers at various universities, academies and churches. Mr. Gonzalez has also been a finalist in the Washington National Opera's Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist competition in 2005 and was the first-place winner in the Barry Alexander International Vocal Competition in New York City in 2008. He also won first place in the UNM concert competition and the New Mexico/Oklahoma/Texas regional NATS competition in 2010. He has performed with various orchestras around the country such as the New Mexico Philharmonic, the New England Symphonic Ensemble and the Alexandria Symphony Orchestra. He has appeared on such stages as Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, Dvorak Hall and performed with such artists as Placido Domingo, John Rutter and Branford Marsalis. Mr. Gonzalez currently serves on the voice faculty of La Sierra University in Riverside, California. For more information visit javiergonzaleztenor.com","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-07-28T18:07:26"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16075,"MusicianName":"Jonathan Emerson and Hope Baitinger","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/JonathanHope-Baitinger-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Jonathan Emerson (17) and Hope Baitinger (18) are two young people who love playing music and want to use their music to share God's love with others. They enjoy doing duets together, and recently performed for a benefit concert to help support a missionary couple in Bolivia. Praise Him Production is a group of young musicians who want to share their talents through music and film with others, and they are dedicated to producing music videos and recordings for God's glory.","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-06-22T19:06:20"},{"ConventionMusicianId":13341,"MusicianName":"Julie Penner","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Julie-Penner-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Music has played an integral part of Julie Penner’s life from her early years. The daughter of Elwood and Doris Boyd, she grew up in a family of singers that includes four brothers and a sister.Julie has performed as a soloist in several countries. She is a frequent recitalist and sings a repertoire that includes music from the Baroque to the present, frequently performing works by Bach, Handel, and Mozart. Her passion for music and her joy in sharing it with others are readily apparent both on the stage and in the classroom. Since 1993, she has served on the faculty of Southern Adventist University (SAU) School of Music where she teaches several classes for vocalists and directs On Wings of Song, a student outreach group that presents a Capella choral concerts for the elderly in their homes. Julie is married to Douglas Penner, who is general manager of the orchestra and the Wind Symphony at SAU.","Website":"","Year":2015,"DateCreated":"2015-07-29T11:07:28"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16109,"MusicianName":"Kerry Greenfield","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Kerry-Greenfield-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Music has always been a large part of my life, I have recorded a cassette tape album when I was 19 years of age. The album was title “No One Never Cared For Me Like Jesus”. I was born premature, and due to complications, I am totally blind. I Went to school for the blind, where I learned braille and other life skills. Although I have always lived in New Zealand, I have travelled over seas to USA and Australia, and I’m very grateful for God’s protection through out the years. Then several years ago, I recorded a CD titled “It Matters To Him About You”. The theme is encouragement. My other hobbies include Knitting, Birds, Walking and witnessing for the Lord.","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-06-25T17:06:58"},{"ConventionMusicianId":13346,"MusicianName":"Laura Williams","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Laura-Williams-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Laura started a music ministry in 2011 after graduating from Fountainview Academy in British Columbia. Since then she has been traveling across the country doing concerts and singing for evangelistic meetings as well as recording four albums. She believes that music is a powerful tool to be used to share the gospel with people and thanks God for the opportunity to be a part of it.","Website":"","Year":2015,"DateCreated":"2015-07-29T11:07:05"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16082,"MusicianName":"Laura Williams","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Laura-Williams-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"My name is Laura Williams. I graduated from Fountainview Academy In 2011 and became involved in full time music ministry shortly after. I travel and sing for church events, concerts, evangelistic meetings and wherever else God leads. As I travel, I see that the world to a large degree has forgotten the power of pure and simple sacred music and I want to share this music with as many as I can because I believe that this music is a powerful tool to touch hearts with the gospel.","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-06-23T10:06:12"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16062,"MusicianName":"Mary Norman","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Mary-Norman-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Mary Norman is a Christian singer/songwriter/recording artist whose earnest desire to share the love of Jesus Christ has called her into music ministry. When not working as an RN, she shares her music through performing concerts or church services and often sings for evangelism, retreats, and camp meetings. Her first CD “Stand Strong” is found on Chapel Music. Mary and her husband Greg reside in Phoenix. They have three daughters; Tiffany, Ashley, and Cassie.","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-06-21T21:06:05"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16025,"MusicianName":"Moses Brown","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Moses-Brown-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Founder of Feed Our Children.org, Moses Brown has dedicated his music to supporting some of the poorest children in the inner city and spreading the three angels message in primitive parts of the world. He serves an associate pastor, and also as the lead Chaplain for Florida Hospital Connerton where patients continuously request to hear him sing many of the traditional hymns. His latest CD is called “Healing Hymns” a combination of beautiful hymns. He is regularly featured on 3ABN’s Dare To Dream, and seen weekly with the VOP Family Reunion Singers on the Hope Channel.","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-06-15T05:06:46"},{"ConventionMusicianId":13342,"MusicianName":"Naomi Jackson","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Naomi-Jackson-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Naomi Jackson grew up singing from a young age and even studied music in college, but her career in communications took her down a path she thought would never intersect with music. As she traveled overseas, music remained a hobby she engaged in as her surrounding permitted—filling the woods with melody in Honduras, recording two albums with friends in Austria. It took prompting from a singer-songwriter friend for Naomi to realize that God had given her musical gifts to utilize in spreading the gospel more intentionally in support of mission work. This led her to record an album with VIDA Internacional in Honduras while working as the director of public relations. Currently serving as communication director at Outpost Centers International (OCI), God continues to beautifully weave music into her professional life. Her latest album is a production of OCI and will debut in the fall of 2015.","Website":"","Year":2015,"DateCreated":"2015-07-29T11:07:38"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16281,"MusicianName":"Naomi Jackson & Johan Sentana","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Naomi-Jackson-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Naomi Jackson grew up singing and studied music in college, but busied herself with a career in communication. Thanks to prompting from a singer/songwriter friend, she began using her God-given talent to further the gospel. Her latest album, “Look Among the Lowly”, was released in March of 2016 and supports mission work through Outpost Centers International, where she serves as communication director. In addition, Naomi performs as an It Is Written musician.","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-07-10T13:07:10"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16573,"MusicianName":"Nebblett Family","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Nebblett-Family-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Since the days when four little ones gathered around the piano bench to learn harmonies at their mother's knee, the Nebblett family has loved making music together. Now spread across households in four states, they still manage to get together from time to time to make a joyful noise.","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-07-19T19:07:24"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16982,"MusicianName":"Paulette Jumalon","MusicianThumbnailURL":"","MusicianBio":"Soprano, Paulette Jumalon is a native of Southern California. She is a professional performing artist, and voice teacher in the Riverside area. She recently graduated from La Sierra University with her bachelors in vocal performance. She is also the creative arts director of the LiveFor1 non-profit organization which is dedicated to using the performing arts to engage communities for the sake of the gospel. She travels extensively as a vocalist and singer/missionary and continues to inspire audiences at home and abroad.","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-07-28T18:07:36"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16645,"MusicianName":"Phil Draper","MusicianThumbnailURL":"","MusicianBio":"Coming Soon","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-07-21T14:07:01"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16872,"MusicianName":"Phil Draper","MusicianThumbnailURL":"","MusicianBio":"Phil Draper began his professional music ministry with the Kenneth Cox evangelistic team where he was organist/pianist and PR director. He and his wife, Joey, were with that team for ten years traveling all across the United States plus two years in the Inter-American Division. The Voice of Prophecy called Phil to be Development Director in charge of all fund raising and direct mail for the ministry. He and Joey traveled with HMS Richards, Jr. as his music ministry team. Later Phil became accompanist for VOP contralto soloist Del Delker. He and Del were privileged to travel throughout the world representing the VOP. Phil was asked to be the organist for the broadcast after Brad Braley retired. Phil worked with VOP for 11 years. He continues as music director for VOP Sponsorship fundraising events. For the past 13 years Phil has worked as Communication/Development Director for the Arizona Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in Scottsdale, Arizona. Phil and Joey are raising their five-year-old granddaughter Brianna -- the joy of their lives.","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-07-22T10:07:15"},{"ConventionMusicianId":13344,"MusicianName":"Phoebe, Beaver, Yvonne Eller & Fawna Sutton","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Eller-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Phoebe Eller is a nurse living in Belize volunteering at a missionary training center in that beautiful land. Whether it is teaching, music, sharing, praying, visiting, building, or giving Bible studies, serving others is something that has caught her heart forever. Beaver Eller is a NP currently employed at Rockwood Clinics in Spokane, WA. Yvonne Eller is operating a blueberry farm in NW Montana. Fawna is married to Jeff Sutton and has three children, Sierra, Savana, and Andean. They are volunteer missionaries in Belize, where they operate MOVE, a missionary training school. Fawna homeschools their children and enjoys helping out wherever needed with the students. Her greatest desire is to be ready to meet Jesus with her family and those for whom they have labored.","Website":"","Year":2015,"DateCreated":"2015-07-29T11:07:20"},{"ConventionMusicianId":13339,"MusicianName":"Ron Woolsey","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Ron-Woosley-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Ron Woolsey is pastor of the Marshall & Clinton, Arkansas Seventh-day Adventist Churches, co-founder of ‘Coming Out’ Ministries, and speaker/director of The Narrow Way Ministry – a ministry of missions, message, and music. As an author he has published two books, and as a recording artist and concert musician he has released four CDs to date, primarily featuring his Concert Grand Marimba and Excelsior Accordion. Ron travels extensively both at home and abroad with his music and his testimony of divine rescue from a previous lifestyle of self-destruction & degradation, shared so that others may know that nothing is impossible with God, for our God is mighty to save, the “whosoevers, from “whatsoever”, even “to the uttermost.” (www.thenarrowwayministry.com; www.victorjadamson.com)","Website":"","Year":2015,"DateCreated":"2015-07-29T11:07:43"},{"ConventionMusicianId":13351,"MusicianName":"Sheldon Lee","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Sheldon-Lee-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Sheldon Lee is a 16 years old home school-er. He started playing piano when he was 6. Sheldon is very passionate about music and love to be involved in God's ministry with using the gift from God.","Website":"","Year":2015,"DateCreated":"2015-07-29T11:07:49"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16338,"MusicianName":"Sheldon Lee","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Sheldon-Lee-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Sheldon Lee is a 17 year old pianist that loves to play for the glory of God. His passion for playing piano started when he was 5 years old. His love and passion for music continues on to this day.","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-07-16T20:07:02"},{"ConventionMusicianId":13347,"MusicianName":"Walla Walla Valley Academy Praise Ringers","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/WWVA-Ringers-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"The Walla Walla Valley Academy Praise Ringers have been under the direction of Patti Short for now two years. During that time, they have traveled to Toledo, Ohio and participated in the invitational handbell festival for Adventist senior academies, known as RingFest. They were also guest participants in the Washington Conference music festival in February of 2015, where Ms. Short was the guest handbell clinician. The past two years have found them heavily involved in various community events, such as back to back invites to Leavenworth's Christmas gazebo event, several Journey to Bethlehem productions, many of our adventist churches, schools, and hospitals, retirement facilities, as well as many churches of other denominations. Christmas also finds us involved with the Walla Walla Community Christmas event at Whitman College. One of the highlights for us this past year was to perform with the University Chorus and Orchestra. A real blessing. We are delighted to bring to you the joy of ringing. Praise be to God!","Website":"","Year":2015,"DateCreated":"2015-07-29T11:07:02"},{"ConventionMusicianId":9287,"MusicianName":"Wayne Atwood","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/presenters/Wayne-Atwood-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Wayne Atwood lives in Québec, Canada, where he has been a business owner and entrepreneur. He is currently ASI vice president for communication and president of Better Living (Mieux Vivre), a supporting ministry that produces French radio and television programs. He and his wife, Isabelle, are the parents of three children. He speaks fluent English and French. Wayne is passionate about sharing Christ in his marketplace.","Website":"","Year":2015,"DateCreated":"2015-05-07T16:05:07"},{"ConventionMusicianId":16152,"MusicianName":"Wildwood Strings","MusicianThumbnailURL":"http://files.asiministries.org/musicians/Wildwood%20Strings-LG.jpg","MusicianBio":"Wildwood Strings is a youth violin ensemble based at Wildwood Lifestyle Center in Georgia, USA, and has appeared in GYC 2015 Louisville and Your Best Pathway to Health Chattanooga 2015. Wildwood Strings is also featured in Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) through WELF-TV channel 23 Chattanooga, besides ministering musically to local SDA and non-SDA churches. Its members are bonded both by music and friendship since their earliest childhood. Wildwood Strings is releasing their CD album “Nearer, Still Nearer” in July 2016.","Website":"","Year":2016,"DateCreated":"2016-06-29T22:06:03"}]