Georgia-Cumberland Conference of Seventh-day Adventists

A Healing Music Festival

Image submitted by Kim Kingry.

For nearly 30 years, violinist Jaime Jorge has been traveling around the world sharing music and his life story and bringing the Gospel to millions of people. During this time, he has performed more than 3,000 concerts on six continents in 72 countries. In 2012 he founded Healing Music, Inc. a non-profit organization to support missionary and community projects at home and abroad.

Some of these projects include:

·       Missionary concerts around the world that focus on evangelism

·       Sponsoring needy and orphan children in India so they can have hope, salvation, and a future

·       Music scholarships to worthy students desiring to dedicate their talents for God’s glory

·       Travel to communist countries where a focus on musical evangelism will help reach those that might not otherwise be          able to learn about God’s promise of salvation

·       Continuing the work in Cuba where, for the past 16 years, Jaime has helped raise funds to purchase Bibles, sponsor lay         pastors, and establish home churches


Join Jaime Jorge for this inaugural event, the first annual Healing Music Festival, and enjoy music from some of your favorite Christian music artists (Fernando Ortega, The Martins and Selah). The event will take place July 29 and 29 at Collegedale Community Church in Collegedale, Tenn.

“I am beyond excited to share with you the first Healing Music Festival,” says Jorge. "We have put together a phenomenal weekend of concerts in order to one, bless and reach many people through three exciting concerts featuring top-notch Christian talent. And two, support our upstart inner-city project in Chattanooga!” 

Jorge and his wife, Rachelle, live in Ooltewah, Tenn., and believe in giving back to their community in every way. He will share more information about this new project to benefit needy children right in our community. 

For more information and to obtain tickets, visit, or call 423-488-4800.


by Kim Kingry