"Today's Program Originally Aired on February 14, 2020 - prior to Physical Distancing Mandates" Jeff Allen combines clean, hilarious humor with inspiration like no other Christian comedian working today. He performs sidesplitting standup and, when requested, riveting testimony. As such, he is a favorite at outreach events where church members can freely invite their unchurched friends, knowing that they’ll be sharing world‐class entertainment. For decades, Jeff Allen has been performing at churches, marriage retreats and conventions, on television and radio, for fundraisers and at corporate. Jeff Allen is the best at what he does – making people laugh as hard as humanly possible. His Happy Wife, Happy Life® message of a marriage gone wrong and redeemed has given laughter and encouragement to millions of people. Jeff’s comedy drives home the humor in everyday family life and the joy derived from a healthy marriage. Through humor and honesty, Jeff Allen, shares a somber testimony of a deflated marriage while questioning the value of life. After one of Jeff’s weakest moments with drugs and alcohol, he sought help through a 12-step program and therapy. It wasn’t until filing for bankruptcy and nearly losing his career, wife, and family that he opened himself to God’s grace through repentance. Admitting that his ignorance and arrogance prevented him for years from seeking a higher power in his recovery, Jeff is humble today about the role God’s grace and mercy has had on his path of sobriety. http://jeffallencomedy.com
Seemingly placed in front of a microphone, Michelle has always been aware of her passion and talent for music. Starting at the age of 19, Michelle allowed herself to flourish across Canada before coming home to record and make unforgettable music and memories. Michelle released her fourth album "Unconditional" in October 2019. The album speaks about self-awareness, self-empowerment, and unconditional love. Drawing from her environment and the people around her, inspiration is translated into her music. The diversity that is spread across Canada is resembled in Michelle Joly’s artistry, inspiration, and resilience. Joly performed at the Juno Awards 2018 in Vancouver, BC as a part of a 12 person Choir backing up the talented R&B artist Daniel Ceasar. A highlight in her career so far. She has won awards for her music including Best Jazz Song for “Wind Me Up” in 2015 and Best Folk Album for her second record “Cold Home” in 2014. In 2012, shortly after moving to Vancouver, on her own, Michelle found herself performing in a Gospel choir. Something she had always wanted to do. As a soloist in The VOC Gospel Choir, Joly has sung on stages in Vancouver such as the Terry Fox Theatre, The Commodore and in 2013 sang in the Orpheum Theatre opening up for Dr. Maya Angelou. A friend gave her the book "An Artists Way", a book that talks about the process of writing through the eyes of God. It was during this period in her life that she found her faith, and from there was able to trust the process of her journey. Michelle is currently singing and performing on Princess Cruise ships as a Featured Soloist. You can find Michelle's music at http://michellejolymusic.com, Itunes, Apple music, Google Play or Spotify.