Ray’s Voice

The Fisherman

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Have you ever been in the right place at the right time, as if God had sent you there for a purpose? Read how a fisherman changed Ray’s life forever…

Ray’s visit to Uganda and Rwanda

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Ray Barnett, Founder and CEO of Music for Life and the African Children’s Choir recently visited Uganda and Rwanda, reuniting him with past Choir members…

St.Patrick’s Day Downloads

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In celebration of St.Patrick’s Day we would like to offer you the opportunity to download some delightful Irish music sung by the Choir…

The story of Choir 2 – Part One

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The civil war was upon Uganda, fear and uncertainty filled the air, but for Ray Barnett and The African Children's Choir team it was a time of hope and joy, as the second choir were ready to embark on their first tour, but a challenge lay before them – getting the children across the border […]

The boy that inspired it all

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After Idi Amin was driven out of Uganda, British journalist Dan Wooding and humanitarian Ray Barnett travelled to the broken country to research a book, which they later published, called The Ugandan Holocaust. Whilst preparing to leave the home village of the late Archbishop Janani Luwum, a place called Mucwini, a local woman ran over […]

Faith will bring you home

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Discover the story of how Ray Barnett and his travel companion were guided in Uganda by Faith. Faith will bring you home…

Welcome

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Many of you know Ray as “Daddy Ray”, the founder of The African Children’s Choir, who has helped improve the lives of many African orphans and vulnerable children. But what you may not know is that Ray has been actively helping others all of his life through remarkable humanitarian work, work that has taken him around the world calling for action, campaigning and lobbying for countless amounts of people in need. Read more about his story on his new Blog, Ray’s Voice…