Audiences enjoy the entertainment as faith fun fellowship is presented by the entertainers listed here. These Christian entertainers have messages to impart that are awe-inspiring for Outreach Events. Presentations involve musical and artistic talent. Some find humor in everyday situations. Others have an agenda that is more than sharing their craft. They want audiences to leave with something that touched them. Each of the entertainers makes an effort to relate on a personal level when they do outreach events. They do not need to use vulgarity to entertain. All of them present performances that the whole family could enjoy.
Awkward or unpleasant?
Life has many facets. Some are funny. Others are awkward or unpleasant. The entertainers featured here focus on faith fun fellowship. They do so in an entertaining manner. Sometimes the deliveries are in a comedic fashion. Giving praise to God is a common theme of others. Watching the performers is not only entertainment, but food for thought. Ordinary people can laugh at themselves or become aware of the need of the Divine in their lives. People appreciate stories that offer faith fun fellowship. They offer hope and humor. Even the grimmest situation brightens. These entertainers are funny, articulate, intelligent and inspirational.
Outreach Events that have Faith Fun and Fellowship
Combining music, light, and paint, Marc Eckel does a live worship experiences as he travels around the world. He is a Christian performing artist. After an emotional Easter service at the First Baptist Church of Pierceton in Indiana, the pastor, George Paiva and Marc decided to establish the Splat Experience. In his performances, a splattering paint technique is used to convey his message.
Joe Castillo was a 2012 finalist on America’s Got Talent. He uses a light table to create hands-on Sand Stories that consist of art images. Recorded or live music scores his captivating performances. The projected videos on a screen allow large audiences to see his work. He is a storyteller, artist, and best-selling author who has performed for world leaders that include Presidents Carter, Bush, and Clinton; King Abdullah and President Juan Emmanuel Santos.
Jeff Allen performs at corporate functions, for fundraisers, on radio and television, and at churches across the country. He brings encouragement and gives laughter to the message he delivers about a marriage that went wrong but resurrected. Onwards and Upwards and Apostles of Comedy are movies in which Allen had a starring role. His comedy portrays the joy a healthy marriage provides, and the humor found in family life.
Bob Nelson uses character roles in his comedic performances. Figures include chicken rancher Wilby Stuckinson, a punchy boxer Jiffy Jeff, and lovable nerd Eppy Epperman. Personal observations and stories make him one of the best stand-up comics of the day. Bob has made appearances on David Letterman and the Tonight Show. His performances have appeared on the Radio City Music Hall and Grand Ole Opry stages.
Adam Trent is an illusionist who incorporates comedy, singing, and dancing in his performances. Performing for Adam began when he was nine years old. At age 14, he performed on the street. There, he learned how to build crowds in the worst situations. Trent studied Entertainment Marketing and Finance while attending college in Los Angeles.
Christian Comedians like Michael Jr can feel just as comfortable doing his act at outreach events as in a comedy club. That is because his material has a universal appeal that is just downright funny without being offensive. This family man proves that comedy can be both family friendly and funny at the same time.
This video clip from his performance proves just how talented Michael Jr is a storyteller. In it, he relays a story from his past as a seven-year-old boy struggling to understand one of the life’s toughest lessons. Only a real comedic talent can make a funeral funny, and he was certainly up for that challenge!
Christian Comedian Brad Stine’s reveals one of womankind’s best kept secrets. Why do women get so upset about leaving the toilet seat up?
Stine’s comic observations in this video take good-natured aim at the underlying differences between the way men and women look at everyday life. His body language and gestures add to the entertainment of the video while remaining within the boundaries of clean comedy. Like many comics, Brad Stine finds the funny humor in the contradictions of everyday life. Stine says ““In a country with guaranteed rights to freedom of religion, its citizens are constantly trying to make faith in public spheres illegal, I am offended by that contradiction and want to talk about it as a comic.”
Weekly church services are valuable. The faith life should not end when one walks out the church door. Seeing entertainers like those featured here adds variety to the options of church fellowship. Many congregations would truly enjoy their great personalities and entertaining skills. If the faith community is in need of some livening up, any of these talented people are sure to please. Having one of them perform is perfect for your outreach event.
Originally posted 2015-01-19 04:50:54.