Last updated on December 10th, 2017 at 09:05 am
The promise, “Where two or three are gathered, there am I” is also true where 200 or 2,000 people gather for fellowship and inspiration. One of the best ideas for church fellowship events is to have a person of faith share his special gifts and talents, providing an extraordinary experience to the audience.
Fortunately, there are a wealth of talented performers committed to sharing their unique message through magic, humor, and art. These artists’ greatest gift is how they bring people together and leave their audience with a powerful and unforgettable message. Leaders needing ideas for church fellowship events will be richly rewarded by inviting any of these five performers to their next large gathering.
Best Ideas for Church Fellowship Events include Christian Entertainers
Bob Stromberg has a gift to win audiences from the moment he takes the stage. Bob’s wonderfully animated face and natural story-telling leaves audiences wanting more. He delivers his message with a mix of stand-up, physical comedy, and hand shadows. Bob is a sought-after emcee, keynote speaker, and theatrical performer, and he always will “Connect, Understand, and Deliver.” He has appeared before national television audiences, Fortune 500 companies, and charities.
What do you say to The World’s Strongest Redneck? Most likely, “C’mon in!” Steve McGranahan is famous for his ability to make people feel comfortable and laugh as he is done nationally on The Tonight Show, CMT, and the Discovery Channel. He is tough, he is backwoods-proud, and exceptionally, appropriately, funny.
Joe Castillo is truly one of a kind. He is a sand artist. His art is created in minutes in front of his audience, and it moves them to stand up and cheer. Joe tells the stories in an art that the audience needs to see. He is been called upon to perform on every continent on the globe.
“Do you want reality or deception?” Joshua Jordan amazes his audiences with humor and magic. Joshua is highly responsive to his audience and interacts with people in ways that move the whole gathering. Joshua uses the deception and misdirection of magic to shed light on the truth.
Marc Eckel has created nearly 900 representations of his performance art in forty-five states and five countries. He forgoes the use of brushes and creates his striking paintings of Jesus by hand in front of his audience as a narrator portrays the meaning of the Greatest Sacrifice. His message and ministry speak plainly to those who see him.
The best ideas for church fellowship events are the ones that draw people together and give them something to remember for the rest of their lives. Any one of the performers profiled here will undoubtedly provide that for your next gathering.