Jeff Allen combines clean, hilarious humor like no other comedian working today. Besides performing at corporate functions and fundraisers, he regularly appears on television, radio, and casinos across the country. Jeff has been featured on America’s Got Talent, Netflix, Amazon, Dry Bar Comedy, Pureflix, Huckabee, Warner Bros., Bananas, Apostles of Comedy, Thou Shalt Laugh, and numerous other networks and shows. Consistently making heroes out of meeting planners, Jeff Allen provides world-class comedy. With over 300 Million video views on YouTube and Facebook, comedian and viral sensation Jeff Allen is the world’s funniest, most inspiring comedian
Jodi Stubar is cofounder and executive director, a nonprofit therapy ranch founded in 2004 that provides free services for individual, children and families. HopeWell’s programs include, Unbridled Potential, a riding program for children with special needs and Project Solomon for veterans, who are struggling with PTSD. Jodi and her husband, Ty, live in Wiedman, Mi., where they enjoy spending time with their children and grandchildren. Author Jennifer Marshall Bleakley is the author of Project Solomon, She has also written Joey and Pawverbs Devotional series. She has worked as a child and family grief counselor and has a master’s degree in mental health counseling from Nova Southeastern University. She lives in Raleigh, NC with her husband, their two children, and a menagerie of pets.
Stacy Morgan, wife of astronaut Drew Morgan, gives us amazing details of their nine month walk through Drew’s time in space. She takes us on the journey with their whole family. Not only will you laugh but you may also shed tears. Her detailed story invites readers to come along with her. Being the single parent to guide and care for the children, she also reaches out to other military wives in their time of their own husbands deployment. The book also gives us a look at lockdowns during this pandemic. How her family was able to survive and teach others to do the same. After reading the book, I think most of us would wish, Stacy was our neighbor. Drew and Stacy and their children are an amazing family
Kevin Hines Attempted Suicide by Jumping off The Golden Gate Bridge “See what he has Learned after he lived” https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=kevin+hines+jumped+off+bridge
Host Sondra is interviewing her sister, Lynn Crow, Missionary to Mexico for 40+ years and her brother, Robert Schreiber , who has served the Lord since a young man as a missionary, counselor and pastor for 45 years. All three of us will be sharing miracles that our families have received. We are also sharing miracles when we prayed for others to receive their miracle. We are all still ministering and seeing how the Lord changes lives. Lynn Crow has two books that are being published. One is “My Mom, A Woman of Faith.” The 2nd is “Let It Go”, a book on forgiving. Our mom, Mable Schreiber also moved in miracles after receiving a total healing from Hepatitis. Being in a denominational church, we did not believe miracles still happen today. That healing changed our whole family. Praise the Lord. Our mom passed when she was 98. She was still praying and blessing people until a short time before her death.
Sondra Black: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lynn Crow: http://www.worldmissionsoutreach.org/
Lynn Crow: http://www.pdvtv.org/
Bobby Schreiber: Robertlschreiber@gmail.com
Out of the Shadows is both my story and the story of what God is doing in the Christian Church today. It’s a story about finding healing from emotional wounds and unhealthy beliefs. It’s a story about going on an authentic pursuit of who Jesus really is. It’s a story about walking out of the shadows–out of the traps of the kingdom of darkness–and stepping fully into the light of God’s Kingdom
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Karen Stiller is a writer with more than twenty years of experience. She serves as a senior editor of the Canadian magazine “Faith Today” and hosts The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada’s podcast. As a journalist, Karen has shared stories from South Sudan, Uganda, Senegal, Cambodia, and across North America. She moderates the Religion and Society Series at the University of Toronto, a debate between leading atheists and theologians. Her work has appeared in Reader’s Digest and The Walrus, among other publications. Karen holds a master of fine arts in creative non-fiction from University of King’s College, Halifax, and an honorary doctorate from Providence University College and Theological Seminary. She and her husband, Brent, a priest with the Anglican Church, live in Ottawa, Canada, and have three adult children.