On this episode of Divine Intervention, we are focusing on the arts, and what God is doing in and through his faithful servants in the entertainment industry.
Our first guest is comedian, musician, minister and George W. Bush impersonator, John C. Morgan.
JOHN MORGAN travels as “the face” of President George W. Bush at corporate, comedic, and faith-based events around the world, bringing joy and inspiration to millions of astonished people who might otherwise never have an audience with America’s Commander in Chief. With a small cadre of “Secret Service” agents stationed around him, John nods his head and greets the crowd with the President’s trademark Texas drawl. John’s show combines his hilarious but respectful impression of President Bush with a few famous George W. faux pas, blended with a mix of parody songs and finishes up with an inspiring message about hope and determination. He elicits heartfelt laughter from both sides of the political aisle.
Millions more have seen him on The Family Feud, Headline News, Hannity & Colmes, E! Entertainment Network, ABC’s “The View,” the 700 Club and more.
John C. Morgan & Daniel Fazzina, NRB 2012
On the second half of the show, we welcome Rob Batchman, who serves as the Senior Business Development Manager for Sight & Sound Theater, the largest Christian Theater in America. Rob joins us to tell us about the history of this amazing theater group that brings biblical stories to life on a grand and excellent scale, with stories like the Miracle of Christmas, Noah, Joseph, and their newest show, Jonah. He shares some divine intervention stories of how the theater came about, and how the Lord is moving in miraculous ways in the lives of the people who come to see the plays.
Sight & Sound's Set of "Noah"
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